Nintendo's decision to let its Treehouse staff stream games throughout E3 2014 was smart. It gave those of us at home extended looks at the latest 3DS and Wii U titles, let us hear from developers themselves, and overall helped to further humanize the company. And this was the first year!
There was so much going on last week that you probably missed some of the streams. I know I did. Thankfully, Nintendo has archived the footage on YouTube for easier viewing. You can find those videos here on Nintendo's E3 site or on its YouTube channel.
I've included a few below that I think are worth watching.
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