Nintendo has revealed that the upcoming Switch title Super Smash Bros. will be playable at a series of events in Japan during June and July. Let us know in the comments section below. No other game at the booth will be subject to this system. Nintendo said on Wednesday that it's offering reserved play slots to shorten the time people will spend waiting in line on the show floor. Attendees will have two experiences to choose from: they can either reserve a ticket to play against people casually "for fun", or play "for glory" in a competitive elimination match. Attendees should make sure to add email@example.com to their safe sender lists so the email doesn't get lost in their junk folders. It's very important to register because Nintendo will not be allowing on-site registration.
For more details about ticketing, visit https://e3.nintendo.com/attendee-faq for continuing updates.
All of Nintendo's other games at E3 will be available to demo on a first-come, first-served basis. That all may change when it comes to June, as we're going to be hearing all about it at E3 2018 most likely, as well as from several Japanese events being held the same month.
Additionally, Nintendo said it wants fans to bring their Switch systems to the show with them.
It's not clear what Nintendo will bring to E3 2018 besides Super Smash Bros., but expect games like Mario Tennis Aces and the recently released Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze to be present.
Furthermore, with Switch being extremely successful one would assume that Nintendo will finally drop the support for the 3DS, however, Nintendo has noted that it will support 3DS until Switch becomes a one-per-person system.
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