Nintendo is famously (or infamously) making only one game playable at their booth at E3 this year -- that being the currently unnamed The Legend of Zelda title in development for Wii U and NX -- but that doesn't mean it'll be the only game they talk about at the show.
Today, the Big N has announced plans for their Treehouse Live segment -- a recurring feature of the last two years where members of the Treehouse localization team play and commentate on the games they're showing off in front of a live audience. This year, Treehouse Live will occur over two days, starting at 9 a.m. PT on June 14 and then on the next day (June 15) at 10 a.m. PT.
Day 1 will focus on the The Legend of Zelda for Wii U and the very first look at Pokemon Sun and Moon. Day 2 will start with a Pokemon GO developer Q&A and then continue with Monster Hunter Generations, Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE.
Nintendo has not announced an E3-focused Nintendo Direct at this time, making this possibly the first E3 ever for the company to not have a press conference or Direct to showcase new info. We'll keep you updated if this changes.
Source: Press Release
What are your thoughts on the Treehouse Live plans? Will you be watching?