Nintendo E3 2010 Printable Countdown
With only days remaining until what is sure to be the
biggest E3 Presentation from Nintendo since 2006, or possibly even
2004, I've decided to make the wait a bit more interesting for Nintendo
fans by making a printable countdown calendar available so they can
mark off the remaining days.
I've done similar calendars to this counting down the days to the
launch of the original Nintendo DS in 2004, Nintendo's E3 2006
Presentation, and a final one for the launch of the Wii console in
2006. I've found that in the past my countdown calendars were widely
used and appreciated, and so, with yet another difficult wait until
gamers see their first glimpses of the new Legend of Zelda
game for Wii,
and the full details on the Nintendo 3DS system, a calendar counting
down to Nintendo's 2010 E3 Presentation seems in order.
I've made the calendar in both the gray Nintendo uses in the Wii logo,
and in a much easier to see black version. Take your pick by clicking
the calendar you want and printing it out.
(click to enlarge)
Just a reminder, June 14th, the day of Nintendo's presentation, is Day
0, what you are counting down with this are how many days are left to
pass before Day 0, so don't get confused and put yourself a day behind
the actual countdown!
June 14th also marks the date of Sony's E3 Presentation, and
Microsoft's E3 Presentation takes place the day before on the 13th.
E3 Presentations of all three console manufacturers have been aired
live and commercial free on digitial cable's G4 network in previous
years, and are ususally streamed live through the internet at many
major gaming news sites, so keep your eyes peeled for news there on how
you can see the announcements live from your own home!
I personally love seeing people's candid live reactions to the big E3
Presentations. Last year, my friend and I recorded ourselves
as we watched Nintendo's E3 Presentation last year and the response
from the YouTube community was so encouraging that I hope to do the
same for this year, possibly with an extra friend or two present to add
to the excitement.
If you've got a video camera, why not join in and film your own
reactions as you watch the E3 presentations?
I'll see you nerds in June!
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