Nintendo Announces Full E3 Schedule

Mario maker's plans include four separate events, including a Nintendo Digital special, post-show recap event, and more.

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Following Microsoft, Nintendo today announced its full schedule for E3 2014, which is now just days away. The Mario maker is holding four major events at the show, all of which are listed and detailed below.

Like last year, Nintendo will not hold a traditional press conference, but the company will on Tuesday, June 10 at 9 a.m. host a Nintendo Digital Event. You can watch the stream at Nintendo's E3 website or through GameSpot. Nintendo promises news about "great gaming experiences" for Wii U and 3DS coming in 2014 and beyond.

GameSpot will also re-broadcast this event and provide instant analysis from our editors for what was announced.

Immediately following this event, Nintendo will kick off Nintendo Minute: Live @ E3, a special post-show recap that promises to include "even more game information." It's here that Nintendo will likely go into greater depth regarding what they announced earlier that morning.

Also on June 10, Nintendo will broadcast the Super Smash Bros. Invitational tournament, which sees 16 top Super Smash Bros. players duking it out playing the unreleased Wii U game. The event starts at 4 p.m. PDT and Nintendo will host a live stream at its Twitch channel.

Lastly, during all hours of E3 2014 (June 10-12), Nintendo will host a video event it's calling Nintendo Treehouse: Live @ E3. Broadcast from Nintendo's booth on the E3 show floor, the event will feature game demos and the "latest game reveals." Nintendo icons like Shigeru Miyamoto will also appear during the event, which you can also watch on Nintendo's Twitch channel. Nintendo points out that event is "unscripted," and should feature "surprises and unexpected moments."

For more on this year's E3, check out GameSpot's roundup of everything you need to know.

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