The Nintendo of America president will play 3DS and Wii U games with fans at "I'm With Reggie" tweetups held across the US.
Speaking in a video posted to Facebook, the Nintendo of America president says its presence at the show will still "surprise and delight."
Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime says in a recent interview that his company is a bit disappointed by the "pace of launches" of games for its console.
The company's chief operating officer thinks that $299 starting price on the Wii U is a great value for customers.
The Nintendo of America president says fan petitions to revive legacy games are only that -- petitions -- and don't necessarily translate to sales.
The last thing his company needs to do, says the president of Nintendo of America, is react to its rivals.
Q&A Its Wii and DS video game machines already dominate the console and handheld markets. Now the company president wants to capture the rest of the hold-out audiences.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has revealed in an interview that the company is experimenting with smartphone experiences for marketing purposes.
President Reggie Fils-Aime breaks from his usual no-mobile shtick and shares with CNET how Nintendo uses smartphones and tablets to build buzz.
The device will take advantage of the holiday shopping season, according to Reggie Fils-Aime.