Well, maybe not yet. But it will be on Tuesday when the E3 show floor officially opens.
You are not allowed to take pictures in the Convention Center today, but I used all my journalist/ninja abilities to hide behind a sign for Saint's Row: The Third and snap a quick picture of the South Hall entrance to the E3 show floor.
Construction is still being finished on some of the massive structures just behind the entrance doors, but if you look closely you can see the edge of Sony's booth on the left and Nintendo's on the right. JOURNALISM! Once these doors open up on Tuesday the world will finally be able to play Nintendo's next console.
Yeah, I know this post is a little bit pointless. But I got really excited just knowing this is where the Project Cafe is going to be playable that I couldn't help but share my enthusiasm with you. What do you think? Are you super pumped about the reveal of the Project Cafe? Only less than two days!
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