Best of E3 2013 Part 2 of 2

Kaleb Rutherford 06/13/13 E3 2013 may be a conference where both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 made their first official appearances together. However, the show really wasn’t about those consoles. With Microsoft and Sony revealing them at events earlier in the year, the focus…

EA E3 2013 Press Briefing

Peter Moore, COO takes the stage to introduce the new Electronic Arts for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. These are 11 new games that will launch alongside new consoles this year.  First up is plants vs Zombies 2 Garden Warfare. and PopCap comes on the stage as a Zombie to Xbox One and then Xbox 360. This is a Third Person Action title.

Xbox E3 2013 Media Briefing

We are live at the Xbox E3 2013 Media Briefing. For the first time in the 15 years of covering E3, they actually have working wifi at one of these big events. Is this a sign of things to come or are we just witnessing the power of the Xbox One and their Cloud infrastructure?

Sony E3 2013 Press Briefing

The Sony Press Conference is here and despite starting late, we have finally begun Here, we will see the future of the PlayStation platform with all the juicy details on the PS4 and learn about PS3 plans for the fall and what Sony plans to do with the Vita. Jack Tretton, the President and CEO of Sony of America, is on the stage.

E3 2013 Here We Come!

Here we are on the eve of yet another Electronic Entertainment Expo conference. Better known as E3, this is the show where consoles have captivated the heart of an industry. E3 is the place where games are transformed from mere good ideas into industry-changing titles.

E3 2013 Predictions

Sony Gaikai, PlayStation Cloud, will be announced to be partially available with new First Party and Third Party titles around the launch of the PlayStation 4. This will make new titles, on the PS3, be playable on the PS4 when you purchase them digitally. The first run of these titles will include a code to try the service out.

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