Could Zelda's latest adventure game on the Wii be making its debut at this year's E3? While it's by no means a confirmation that the game will actually be shown, Nintendo's Eiji Aonuma, the producer on the still unnamed Zelda sequel for Wii has said that he'd "like to show something playable" at E3 this year. He stated that "we're doing everything we can to have people play the game as soon as possible."
Nintendo remains cagey about release dates and any confirmed details on the game. In January, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime had said that, "right now it's still in development, but the key message that Mr. Aonuma and Mr. Miyamoto are telling us is that it really has to be perfect when it launches. That is what fans are expecting." Around the same time Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata confirmed to Japanese newspaper the Ashi Shimnun that the game will release "by the end of the year," though gave no further details.
The E3 expo runs from June 15-17 in Los Angeles this year.