With one week to go, we've put together a complete guide to this year's E3 show so you know exactly what's on offer, when and how to watch it.

We've compiled a list of the major press conferences and live events and converted them into a range of time zones so you know exactly when to come to Nintendo Life to get all the news, updates and discussion. We're nice like that.

If you don't see your time zone listed or aren't sure what time it is where you are, use this time zone converter to find out.

This should be the full line-up but we'll update with any other important dates and times as and when we hear them.

Thursday 31st May

Konami Press Conference

When: 10:30pm Pacific / Friday 1st June 1:30am Eastern / 6:30am UK / 7:30am Central European / 3:30pm Eastern Standard Australian Time

Where to Watch: http://www.konami.com/e3

Monday 4th June

EA Press Conference

When: 1pm Pacific / 4pm Eastern / 9pm UK / 10pm Central European / Tuesday 5th June, 6am Eastern Standard Australian Time.

Where to Watch: EA.com, MTV 2 and Spike TV.

EA and Nintendo have an "unprecedented partnership" for Wii U, but we probably won't hear anything about that at this press conference. We could get our first look at EA's Wii U games — the publisher's doing FIFA 13 among others — but we'll have to wait and see.

Ubisoft Press Conference

When: 3pm Pacific / 6pm Eastern / 11pm UK / Tuesday 5th June, 12am Central European / 8am Australian Eastern Standard Time.

Where to Watch: Here at Nintendo Life.

Ubisoft has confirmed it will show off Wii U games during its conference, so this is one you won't want to miss. We'll have all the big announcements and media content just for you.

Tuesday, 5th June

Nintendo Press Conference

When: 9am Pacific / 12 midday Eastern / 5pm UK / 6pm Central European Time / Wednesday 6th June, 2am Australian Eastern Standard Time.

Where to Watch: Here at Nintendo Life, http://e3.nintendo.com, Facebook, on MTV2 and Spike TV.

The big one. Wii U and 3DS are set for massive shows and there'll be plenty to dissect and discuss. If you can't watch the video feed live, we'll have a live text update service on Nintendo Life so you can keep up with all the big announcements.

We'll also have all the news, media, reaction and community you could ask for, so make sure you keep it locked on Nintendo Life on 5th June.

Developer discussion with Wii U hardware producer Katsuya Eguchi

When: 11:30 pm Pacific / Wednesday 6th June 2:30am Eastern / 7:30am UK / 8:30am Central European / 4:30pm Australian Eastern Standard Time.

Where to Watch: http://e3.nintendo.com.

Last year we heard from Satoru Iwata and Shigeru Miyamoto, but this year we'll hear from the console's producer, Katsuya Eguchi, whom you may know from his work on the Animal Crossing and Wii Sports series.

Wednesday 6th June

Nintendo Software Showcase

When: 6pm Pacific / 9pm Eastern / Thursday 7th June, 2am UK / 3am Central European / 11am Australian Eastern Standard Time.

Where to Watch: http://e3.nintendo.com.

This is likely to be a tour of the Nintendo booth, as the showfloor closes to visitors at 6pm, so expect in-depth looks at all Nintendo's games.

We'll update this post with new information so make sure you bookmark it to help you plan your E3 viewing and less important things like eating, sleeping and toilet breaks.