GD writes: "With E3 drawing to a close I finally have a little time to reflect on the highs and lows of the last few days. It's been something of a whirlwind tour of the good and the great of video gaming, and something I have relished being part of.
For me, Nintendo won E3 by a country mile with a raft of first party games and controls are that not only available next month, but also tick all my friends and family boxes.
The show has its PR successes of course. Project Natal announced at Microsoft's Press Briefing on Monday is perhaps the most impressive for us geeky types. The new controller changes what we mean by the word itself. Previously controllers have meant plastic, buttons and sticks, but Natal has none of this. A small bar below the TV contains two cameras and a microphone. This stereoscopic vision is then processed by the 360 to enable the player to make gestures and movements with their arms, legs and other parts of their body."