RPGFan


Chris Gebauer
New Legend of Zelda Will be Playable at NYC Nintendo Store During E3 2016
Who's lining up early?
05.29.16 - 7:07 PM

Nintendo has announcedthat their new Legend of Zelda game for Wii U will be playable at the Nintendo Store in New York City from June 14th through 19th.

Legend of Zelda

Nintendo plans to select 500 fans during a "Super-Fan Signup Day", held on June 11th, who will receive a wristband. This most important of wristbands can then be exchanged for a ticket which will guarantee a spot to play the upcoming Zelda game during selected times between June 14th and 19th. For those whose interest has been piqued, fans can start lining up June 11th at 7am. The chosen fans can start playing the game at 3 pm on June 14th.

For those unable to play the game, Nintendo still has you covered: the company will also host a screening of gameplay from The Legend of Zelda which will be live-streamed from Nintendo's E3 booth in Los Angeles onto a 15-foot screen inside of the Nintendo Store in Rockefeller Center from 12pm to 3pm on June 14th.

The Legend of Zelda is due out on the Wii U and the NX in 2017.


Back




Twitch Schedule & Status

Sunday, September 16
Wild ARMs 5 • 10am PDT/1pm EDT

Mondays
Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals • 3pm PDT/6pm EDT

Tuesdays
Star Ocean: Till The End of Time • 3:00pm PDT/5:30pm EDT
Wild ARMs 2 • 5:30pm 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Wednesdays
Wild ARMs 2 • 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Thursdays
Kingdom Hearts - Re:Chain of Memories • 2:30pm PDT/5:30pm EDT
Wild ARMs 2 • 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Fridays
Final Fantasy IX • 3pm PDT/6pm EDT
Friday Super Variety Night • 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Saturdays
Week in Review: Live Edition • 11am PDT/2pm EDT
Wild ARMs 2 • 5pm PDT/8pm EDT

428: Shibuya Scramble Review

428: Shibuya Scramble

Review
History of the RPGFan Logo ~ An RPGFan 20th Anniversary Feature

History of the RPGFan Logo

An RPGFan 20th Anniversary Feature
Undertale Review

Undertale

Review
Perseverance Review

Perseverance: Part 1

Review
Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna - The Golden Country Review

Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna - The Golden Country

Review