• A jaded SEGA Nerd’s thoughts on Nintendo’s E3 presentation

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    So the Nintendo presentation. Don’t get me wrong, it was the most entertaining presentation (I love the Robot Chicken take on the characters) and many of the games looked great, but let’s break it all down. I’m mostly going to discuss Wii U because that’s what Nintendo re...

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