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Submitted by KingJFS 1217d ago | article

11 Predictions For E3 11 | Warp Zoned

Warp Zoned writes:

"The industry’s biggest showcase, the E3 Expo, is just around the corner, and gamers are already buzzing about what they’ll see. With the Wii 2 and Sony’s Next Generation Portable making their debuts this year, there’ll be no shortage of jaw-dropping reveals. But what else might happen at this year’s big show? The Warp Zoned editors have compiled 11 predictions of what we expect to happen at E3 2011. They may not all come true, but we would bet good money on most of them…" (3DS, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Tag Invalid, Wii, Xbox 360)

newn4gguy  +   1217d ago
No bias here whatsoever...
rob6021  +   1217d ago
"but if Sony knows what’s good for them, they’ll have something big – and free – to announce for their fans at E3."

That made me chuckle a bit..
jacksonmichael  +   1213d ago
ApocalyPS3. I like it.

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