Nintendo Times Radio 38.1: E3 2017 Special – EA Press Conference Reactions

Welcome to a special episode of Nintendo Times Radio. E3 2017 is here! Well, technically the show doesn’t open until Tuesday, but all of the press conferences happen ahead of the show floor being open for business. Go here for a schedule of conferences.

This year EA was first out of the gate, moving the E3 Conference goal posts even further out and airing their presentation today (Saturday). This is the earliest we can remember having any of the conferences, although technically EA isn’t officially at E3 this year and are hosting their own event. We give our impressions and reactions to what was shown and deliver a grade for the conference. Do you agree or disagree with our opinions? Let us know in the comments below!

We will have five more podcast specials: Microsoft, Bethesda, Ubisoft, Sony, and Nintendo are still to come. We hope you’ll keep coming back for more!



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Show Notes:

Nintendo Times Radio is a podcast covering the entire spectrum of the video game universe. Unlike the site, we often discuss games and topics unrelated to Nintendo. In other words, even if you’re not the biggest Nintendo fan out there, we hope you’ll find some value in our conversations and topics. Here’s what’s in store for this episode:


0:00 – Intro: Frontier by Doctor Vox
♫ DOCTOR VOX – Frontier

EA 2017 Press Conference

0:46 – EA Press Conference Discussion and Reaction


48:28 – Star Wars Rogue One Trailer Piano Cover by AtinPiano

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Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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