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Submitted by Nineball2112 1547d ago | news

2010 E3 Expo rocks the gaming world again

The 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo has come and gone…but not without rocking the gaming world yet again. All of the industry's biggest names were on hand revealing new titles, new systems, and new partnerships that will bring the best games to the public. Let's take a look back at the biggest announcements, biggest surprises, and the moments that had gamers everywhere scratching their heads.

Sony's PlayStation 3 continues to make up ground on the Xbox 360 in hardware sales. In fact, since the launch of the PS3 in 2006, it has actually outsold the 360 head to head. The PlayStation Portable is doing fairly well in sales, but continues to be lapped by Nintendo's various versions of the DS. This year, Sony crammed so much in to their Tuesday afternoon show, it's going to be hard to put it all in this article. Let's cut to the chase. (E3, Microsoft, Nintendo DS, PS3, PSP, Sony, Wii, Xbox 360)

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