Nintendo’s making it very hard to find a way to not watch its upcoming E3 press conference in a few weeks, publicizing the bevy of mediums it’ll be using to show off Wii U to the masses.
In addition to the company’s live stream that can be accessed by anyone on e3.nintendo.com, the media briefing will also be broadcast live on cable networks Spike TV and MTV2 free of commercials. Both networks are owned by Viacom, which Nintendo is touting as its “exclusive television broadcaster.”
The House of Mario will also have access to the live presentation on the company’s Facebook page, while Twitter will provide news bursts and information from “Nintendo representatives.” Additionally, Youtube will have video of the hardware and software showcased as well as developer interviews.
Regardless of how you view it or read about it, we’ll all see how Nintendo’s full Wii U reveal goes down at 9:00am PST on Tuesday, June 5th.