Hamza Aziz and I just picked up our E3 media badges from the Los Angeles Convention Center and were pleasantly surprised to see two of our most anticipated games plastered on the badge holders.
Every year, one game receives the honor buys the rights to display a cardboard advertisement inside the plastic holder containing the official E3 badge. This year, Catherine is that game. It's a sexy design featuring the titular (hehehe) main character and a bunch of demonic-looking sheep.
In addition, the laynards supplied for the badges are adorned with images of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword and text that reads "The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary". We all figured the game would be shown here at E3, but how close to finished is it? And will it still remain a Wii-exclusive, or also be released for the new Project Cafe? We will know the answers to all these questions in LESS THAN 48 HOURS at the Nintendo Press Conference. SO EXCITED!
What do you think about Catherine and Skyward Sword? Excited to see more on these games, or did you wish two other games were displayed on the E3 badge holders? Check out the gallery for some Pulitzer Prize-quality photos of the E3 2011 badges.
This week is going to be awesome. Stick with Destructoid for all the latest E3 updates!
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