E3 First Day: A Day Late
So my E3 started a day late having missed the Microsoft, EA, and Ubisoft pressers Monday but the homies and I got up bright and early to hit up the Sony Press Conference yesterday — by early, I mean “Oh, shit! We’re gonna be late!”
Luckily, we made it just in the nick of time and got to experience Sony’s big debut at the show this year. Lots of…well, let’s just say, that PSP was a big focus for them. Crazy price point aside ($250 FTL?), it will be an interesting time this fall when Sony and, especially, gamers finally embrace that download is the future.
“What’s a UMD? DVD-wha?” will be the cries heard a quick 5 to 10 years from now.
Other than that, there was awesome footage of Uncharted 2 shown, a hilarious Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker trailer premiered, FFVII download launched finally (now 100% less illegal!), and Mod Nation Racers demoed that I found more intriguing than pretty much anything else the stale racing genre has had to offer lately.
Stick around this week as I dig a bit deeper into some of the more captivating news forming around E3, the gaming industry’s biggest event.
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