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Here's the schedule for Nintendo's E3 2014 streams

Jun 03 // Jordan Devore    @DtoidJordan

Three days of Treehouse streams

A major part of Nintendo's E3 2014 strategy is to stream demonstrations of new games right from the show floor. I'm expecting great things, because this is Treehouse -- Nintendo of America's product development division -- we're talking about here. It's where the so-called magic happens.

Look for these broadcasts on Nintendo's Twitch channel. The schedule for next week is as follows:

  • Tuesday, June 10: 11:35am Pacific – 4:00pm Pacific
  • Wednesday, June 11: 9:15am Pacific – 6:00pm Pacific
  • Thursday, June 12: 9:30am Pacific – 5:00pm Pacific

Looong week. We can expect "special guest appearances from developers who will provide in-depth game commentary," according to Nintendo. Among them will be Shigeru Miyamoto, who's scheduled for a visit on Tuesday afternoon. That should be a treat. And following Tuesday's Treehouse stream, stick around for the Super Smash Bros. Invitational.

Live from Nintendo Treehouse [Nintendo]

Tuesday, June 10: 11:35 AM PT – 4:00 PM PT
Wednesday, June 11: 9:15 AM PT – 6:00 PM PT
Thursday, June 12: 9:30 AM PT – 5:00 PM PT

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