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Nintendo E3 ’09 press conference recap

June 5th, 2009 | by Aykut D.

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Nintendo at E3 2009 has shown off it's new line up of Wii and DS titles, even though the reaction was mixed from fans, and the gaming community in total, Nintendo did manage to surprise with some new and interesting games that will most likely be big hits with both the core and casual gamers


E3 ‘09 Microsoft announces new 3D Motion Vision Camera

June 1st, 2009 | by Remy Cuesta



The long awaited rumor of Microsoft entering the motion scene is no longer just a rumor, it has finally made its debut. It was thought Microsoft would announce a motion like controller at last years E3 but with no mention those talks quickly fizzled into dust. Today at Microsoft's Press conference we got a glimpse of it, not in the form of a motion wand controller however but of a new vision camera ? Yes you heard correct this camera code name "Project Natal" is able to detect full 3D movements within the game for a totally new experience


E3 True or Not ? Part 3 (Sony E3 Press Conference analysis 05-08)

May 29th, 2009 | by Ahphrow

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2005... if you think about it, it was not that long ago. Sony's E3 press conference was suppose to show the full details about the PS3. Sony debut the PS3, then the PS3 was thrown right out the the door by most of the media. Fortunately things have changed now. We will cover Sony's E3 press conference from E3 2005 to the up and coming E3


E3 True or Not ? Part 2 (Nintendo E3 Press Conference analysis 06-08)

May 29th, 2009 | by Aykut D.

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In our Second segment of this E3 edition, we take a look at the Nintendo E3 montages/recap over the past 3 years. Although Nintendo took a different approach with this next gen console war by not focusing on graphical power, we will see if they delivered on their promises.



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