Here’s A List of Best Buy Stores Where You’ll Be Able To Play Nintendo’s E3 Games
Can’t go to E3 this year? We know your feels. Thankfully, Nintendo will be offering up a sampling of their E3 demos to us lowly commoners this year! Check the list below for a list of Best Buys all over North America where you’ll be able to dig your anxious mitts into some unreleased gamey, gooey, goodness!
The closer we get to E3, keep an eye on this page over here where Nintendo will hopefully spill some beans about what games we can look forward to playing.
Via Kotaku:

The games will be playable from 4 to 8 p.m. local time on Wednesday, June 12, and from 1 to 5 p.m. local time on Saturday, June 15.

Alabama
Birmingham, Huntsville
Arkansas
Fort Smith, North Little Rock
Arizona
Phoenix
California
Culver City, Elk Grove, Emeryville, San Jose, Tracy, Visalia
Colorado
Denver
Connecticut
Manchester
Delaware
Wilmington
Florida
Brandon, Fort Myers, Gainesville, Kissimmee, Miami, Pensacola
Georgia
Augusta, Duluth, Savannah, Smyrna
Iowa
Cedar Rapids, West Des Moines
Illinois
Bloomington, Schaumburg
Indiana
Greenwood
Kansas
Overland Park, Wichita
Kentucky
Florence, Lexington, Louisville
Louisiana
Harvey
Massachusetts
Cambridge, Dedham, Worcester
Maryland
Frederick, Glen Burnie, Wheaton
Michigan
Ann Arbor, Flint, Grand Rapids, Rochester Hills
Minnesota
Eden Prairie
Missouri
St. Louis
North Carolina
Cary, Fayetteville, Pineville, Winston-Salem
New Jersey
Iselin, West Paterson, Woodbury
New York
Albany, Amherst, Long Island City, Syracuse, Valley Stream, West Nyack
Ohio
Fairborn, North Olmsted, Reynoldsburg, Toledo
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
Oregon
Portland
Pennsylvania
Erie, King of Prussia, Pittsburgh, Reading, Whitehall
South Carolina
Greenville, North Charleston
Tennessee
Brentwood, Knoxville, Memphis
Texas
Arlington, Austin, Houston, McAllen, The Woodlands, Tyler
Utah
Sandy
Virginia
Charlottesville, Glen Allen, Virginia Beach
Vermont
Williston
Washington
Lynnwood
Wisconsin
Greenfield

Here’s A List of Best Buy Stores Where You’ll Be Able To Play Nintendo’s E3 Games

Can’t go to E3 this year? We know your feels. Thankfully, Nintendo will be offering up a sampling of their E3 demos to us lowly commoners this year! Check the list below for a list of Best Buys all over North America where you’ll be able to dig your anxious mitts into some unreleased gamey, gooey, goodness!

The closer we get to E3, keep an eye on this page over here where Nintendo will hopefully spill some beans about what games we can look forward to playing.

Via Kotaku:

The games will be playable from 4 to 8 p.m. local time on Wednesday, June 12, and from 1 to 5 p.m. local time on Saturday, June 15.

Alabama

Birmingham, Huntsville

Arkansas

Fort Smith, North Little Rock

Arizona

Phoenix

California

Culver City, Elk Grove, Emeryville, San Jose, Tracy, Visalia

Colorado

Denver

Connecticut

Manchester

Delaware

Wilmington

Florida

Brandon, Fort Myers, Gainesville, Kissimmee, Miami, Pensacola

Georgia

Augusta, Duluth, Savannah, Smyrna

Iowa

Cedar Rapids, West Des Moines

Illinois

Bloomington, Schaumburg

Indiana

Greenwood

Kansas

Overland Park, Wichita

Kentucky

Florence, Lexington, Louisville

Louisiana

Harvey

Massachusetts

Cambridge, Dedham, Worcester

Maryland

Frederick, Glen Burnie, Wheaton

Michigan

Ann Arbor, Flint, Grand Rapids, Rochester Hills

Minnesota

Eden Prairie

Missouri

St. Louis

North Carolina

Cary, Fayetteville, Pineville, Winston-Salem

New Jersey

Iselin, West Paterson, Woodbury

New York

Albany, Amherst, Long Island City, Syracuse, Valley Stream, West Nyack

Ohio

Fairborn, North Olmsted, Reynoldsburg, Toledo

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

Oregon

Portland

Pennsylvania

Erie, King of Prussia, Pittsburgh, Reading, Whitehall

South Carolina

Greenville, North Charleston

Tennessee

Brentwood, Knoxville, Memphis

Texas

Arlington, Austin, Houston, McAllen, The Woodlands, Tyler

Utah

Sandy

Virginia

Charlottesville, Glen Allen, Virginia Beach

Vermont

Williston

Washington

Lynnwood

Wisconsin

Greenfield

Get A Free Classic Controller Pro When You Pre-order Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate From Capcom
I haven’t touched my WiiU in about a month, but I’m pretty stoked for this game. The free controller just sweetens the deal even more.

Get A Free Classic Controller Pro When You Pre-order Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate From Capcom

I haven’t touched my WiiU in about a month, but I’m pretty stoked for this game. The free controller just sweetens the deal even more.

THIS PERIPHERAL LETS YOU PLAY DS GAMES ON YOUR WiiU

But there’s a catch: it isn’t real. Too bad.

Sure, Nintendo could just put the DS back-catalog on the eShop, but there’s all kinds of legal licensing hoopla associated with that. It’s a shame Nintendo would probably never put out an awesome little device like this since it could potentially hurt the sales of their handhelds.

But then again, they DID come out with Super Game Boy and the GBA Player for GameCube, so maybe there is hope.

Check it: More Nintendo posts on Albotas
Buy: Nintendo WiiU Deluxe Set

Wind Waker Is Getting An HD Upgrade For WiiU

And it looks gorgeous! It almost has a claymation look to it. Better yet, Nintendo is finishing it up so we have a Zelda game to play while they work on an all new Zelda adventure just for WiiU!

Check out a bunch of other big announcements below in the latest Nintento Direct vdeo like Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem, new Virtual Console stuff like Game Boy Advance games, and an untitled Yoshi game that I’m calling Yoshi’s Epic Yarn.

(via Tiny Cartridge)

Check it: More Nintendo posts on Albotas
Buy: The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia

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Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Packshots And New Trailer

Confession: I’ve never played a Monster Hunter Game. They always seemed like too much of a timesuck, but I think it’s time to let my time be sucked because this game looks awesome. Plus, all my friends who play Monster Hunter swear that it’s the shit and I suck at peer pressure, so this will officially be the first game in the series that I play.

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate hits the WiiU and 3DS March 22, 2013 and a playable demo hits both systems on February 21.

And now the real question: do I get this for WiiU and show my new system some love, or should I get it for 3DS so I can play on the go?

Check it: The Monster Hunter Beginner's Guide from Culty
Pre-order: MH3 Ultimate (3DS/WiiU
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