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Get hands on with Nintendo’s E3 lineup at these Best Buy locations

by William Schwartz


Traditionally the games that are shown at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) are usually playable only by the industry insiders who head out to the show.  However, this year Nintendo is shaking things up a bit.  Deciding to forgo their traditional press conference and bring games directly to the fans, at participating Best Buy locations across the United States and Canada.

Demos of Nintendo’s E3 games will be playable at 110 Best Buy locations, including 89 in the United States and 21 in Canada. The games will be playable 4-8 p.m. local time on Wednesday, June 12, and 1-5 p.m. local time on Saturday, June 15.

Here’s where you can get hands-on time with Nintendo’s latest.  Nintendo will also be hosting a special Nintendo Direct conference in lieu of their press conference ahead of E3.

Nintendo E3 Best Buy Locations

Alabama – Birmingham, Huntsville

Arkansas – Fort Smith, Little Rock

Arizona – Phoenix

California – Culver City, Elk Grove, Emeryville, San Jose, Tracy, Visalia

Colorado – Denver

Connecticut – Manchester

Delaware – Wilmington

Florida – Brandon, Fort Meyers, Gainesville, Kissimmee, Miami, Pensacola

Georgia – Augusta, Duluth, Savannah, Smyrna

Iowa – Cedar Rapids, West Des Moines

Illinois – Bloomington, Schaumburg

Indiana – Greenwood

Kansas – Overland Park, Wichita

Kentucky – Florence, Lexington, Louisville

Louisiana – Harvey

Massachusetts – Cambridge, Dedham, Worcester

Maryland – Frederick, Glen Burie, Wheaton

Michigan – Ann Arbor, Flint, Grand Rapids, Rochester Hills

Minnesota – Eden Prairie

Missouri – St. Louis

North Carolina – Cary, Fayetteville, Pineville, Winston-Salem

New Jersey – Iselin, West Paterson, Woodbury

New York – Albany, Amherst, Long Island City, Syracuse, Valley Stream, West Nyack

Ohio – Fairborn, North Olmsted, Reynoldsburg, Toledo

Oklahoma – Oklahomo City

Oregon – Portland

Pennsylvania – Erie, King of Prussia, Pittsuburgh Reading, Whitehall

South Carolina – Greenville, North Charleston

Tennessee – Brentwood, Knoxville, Memphis

Texas – Arlington, Austin, Houston, McAllen, The Woodlands, Tyler

Utah – Sandy

Virginia – Charlottesville, Glen Allen, Virginia Beach

Vermont – Williston

Washington – Lynnwood

Wisconsin – Greenfield

- This article was updated on:March 7th, 2018

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