NIntendo still can't quite seem to pick a regular schedule, but the company behind some of the most famous video game franchises of all time has confirmed that the next 3DS Nintendo Direct live stream will take place on Wednesday morning.
On Wednesday morning, Nintendo executives like Satoru Iwata and Shigeru Miyamoto will take to the web for a 3DS Nintendo Direct presentation which will give the world a closer look at the company's plans for the increasingly successful dual-screen gaming device. With Nintendo 3DS sales on the rise, and the Wii U continuing to struggle, it's no shock that the company is pivoting its press apparatus to focus on the handheld device during a slow period on the Wii U release calendar.
The 3DS Nintendo Direct live stream festivities will kick off at 10:00am EST (7:00am PST) on Wednesday morning, and many are wondering just what Nintendo could be planning for the future of their dual-screen, 3D-ready handheld gaming device. The company is also expected to officially announce the Animal Crossing 3DS XL Bundle, which briefly appeared online on Tuesday before being taken down in what many assume it to be an early listing for a product that will be revealed this Wednesday.
It's widely believed that this month's 3DS Nintendo Direct live stream will bring word on a Majora's Mask 3DS release date, thanks to an advertisement which appeared on Spanish retailer XtraLife's website on Tuesday. Previous reports have also suggested that Nintendo will have new information on Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D and Mario & Luigi Dream Team, along with details on New Super Luigi U for the Nintendo Wii U.
To watch Nintendo's 3DS Nintendo Direct presentation, head over to the company's temporary page for the monthly broadcast. Be sure to check back with iDigitalTimes.com for all the latest Nintendo 3DS news, and our coverage of all the big announcements from the 3DS Nintendo Direct live stream on Wednesday.
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