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Live E3 2011 Coverage – Nintendo

In Videogames on June 7, 2011 at 7:44 AM

This post will feature live, up to date info on the Nintendo press conference.  Nintendo is the last press conference of the show and the Big N is expected to formally reveal their new console and successor to the Wii, currently codenamed Project Cafe.  In order to keep the news up to date just hit your browsers refresh button.  Coverage for the Nintendo press conference begins at 9 AM PST/12 PM EST.  Also, be sure to check out previous coverage of the EA, Ubisoft, Sony and Microsoft conferences from yesterday on the main page.

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Live E3 2011 Coverage – Ubisoft

In Videogames on June 6, 2011 at 1:19 PM

This post will feature live, up to date info on the Ubisoft press conference.  In order to keep the news up to date just hit your browsers refresh button.  Coverage for the Ubisoft press conference begins at 2:30 PM PST/5:30 PM EST.  Also, be sure to check out previous coverage of Microsoft’s and EA’s conferences on the main page.

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Live E3 2011 Coverage – Electronic Arts

In Videogames on June 6, 2011 at 11:19 AM

This post will feature live, up to date info on the EA press conference.  In order to keep the news up to date just hit your browsers refresh button.  Coverage for the EA press conference begins at 12:30 PM PST/3:30 PM EST.  Also, be sure to check out previous coverage of Microsoft’s conference on the main page.

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Live E3 2011 Coverage – Microsoft

In Videogames on June 6, 2011 at 7:38 AM

This post will feature live, up to date info on the Microsoft press conference.  In order to keep the news up to date just hit your browsers refresh button.  Coverage for the Microsoft press conference begins at 9:30 PM PST/12:30 PM EST.

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Why PlayStation Move and Kinect will fail

In Videogames on June 18, 2010 at 8:55 AM

The E3 press conferences have wrapped up nicely and both Sony and Microsoft have shown a dedication to motion control gaming with the PlayStation Move and Kinect respectively.  It seemed not too long ago when Sony ruled the gaming world and pundits considered Nintendo dead in the water.  Just four years after Nintendo’s Wii release, the tides have certainly shifted.  As the big dogs play catch up with the company that defined the words “entertainment system,” Sony and Microsoft showed that neither company fully comprehends what has set Nintendo apart this generation. Read the rest of this entry »