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Friday, June 3, 2016

E3 Week 2016 Schedule!

By LUDWIG VON KOOPA - This'll house KoopaTV's E3 week stuff.

In a little over a week from today (see publishing date), E3 week will begin. It's the week of June 12th! Be hyped.

We notoriously have June be the month with the most amount of articles for that year. It's all because of E3, because for that week, we're just glued to our seats watching live streams and live-reacting to them. Each event gets its own article.

These live-reaction logs are some of the best. The awards for Best Reaction Log on KoopaTV each year have gone to an E3 conference, after all. It's a hype, joyous time.

Our banner also changes for the week. We're not ready to reveal what the banner will look like, and we can't won't give any hints. You better stay tuned.

Edit 6/9/2016: Here's our E3 Week 2016 Banner. It references something we're excited about. Looks like our site has been possessed by the Pokémon Rotom!

KoopaTV E3 Week logo banner Rotom Pokémon Sun Moon
KoopaTV's E3 Week 2016 Banner!
Made by RawkHawk2010. Concept by Ludwig, though as a joke.

So, here's what the schedule will look like. As is normal in this industry, things can change at the last minute. ...And even during. (No one knows what the heck is going to happen with Nintendo's and in what order, after all.)


SUNDAY June 12

Electronic Arts's Presentation: 4:08 PM–5:06 PM

Bethesda's Presentation: 10:18 PM–11:16 PM

MONDAY June 13

Microsoft's Presentation: 12:31 PM–2:01 PM

Donald Trump's Presentation: 2:30 PM–3:04 PM

Ubisoft's Presentation: 4 PM–6 PM

Sony's Presentation: 9 PM–10:17 PM


Nintendo Treehouse Live: 12 PM–?? PM

Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon: 12 PM–12:50 PM
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild:  12:58 PM–4 PM
Note that Nintendo Treehouse still kept going after this, but our staffers couldn't take it anymore.


Nintendo Treehouse Live: 1 PM–8:05 PM

Pokémon GO Developer Q&A Session: 1 PM–1:50 PM
Ever Oasis: 2:03 PM–2:31 PM
Box Box Boy: 2:40 PM–2:55 PM
Mario Party: Star Rush: 3:02 PM–3:25 PM
Yo-Kai Watch 2: 3:38 PM–4:10 PM
Monster Hunter Generations: 4:20 PM—4:36 PM
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past: 4:47 PM—5:16 PM
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE: 5:22 PM–5:52 PM
Paper Mario: Color Splash: 5:58 PM–6:38 PM
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wind: 6:45 PM–7:32 PM [NOT LOGGED]
Rhythm Heaven Megamix: 7:39 PM–8 PM
Nintendo Treehouse says good-bye: 8:03 PM–8:05 PM


Sales on the Nintendo eShop.

If you have ideas for what KoopaTV should do with its banner to celebrate E3 2016, let us know. Ideas could include things like having a Triforce for the "a". Consider it an opportunity to be involved in how KoopaTV looks. KoopaTV will count accepted ideas (so good ones) as guest submissions for the KoopaTV Loyalty Rewards Program! You know you'll want points in that so you can afford the games that get announced this E3!

Check out KoopaTV's E3 2015 schedule here. Last year's banner is also present.
KoopaTV rates the seven conferences it logged for E3 2016 here!
Click here for KoopaTV's E3 2017 schedule, with that new banner.


  1. My only suggestion for the banner is to substitute the two o's with Pokéballs. You could even center one in a picture of the sun and the other in a picture of a full moon.

  2. I think the banner should include Link running (or riding Epona) up with his sword drawn like he's going to take over the banner the way he took over Nintendo's E3.

    1. So it shouldn't follow the format we've been having for E3 2014 and E3 2015?

    2. Link's invading to try to change the format. Don't let him!

    3. I'll be happy to disregard your suggestion.

    4. I'll be happy to agree with this suggestion. It's about time Zelda gets love on this blog.

  3. This time my expectations are low. I know a certain game about Wars of the Advance kind will not be displayed. It helps I am distracted by a new full time job now as well as my pregnancy symptoms.

    1. That latter one doesn't sound like something you wanna be distracted by.

      Will you be watching the streams, or at least the ones after working hours?

      (We'll have coverage for you either way!)

    2. I'll probably look at reactions and maybe some trailers if I care about the games they are representing.


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