Ubisoft’s pinned a date on its E3 2011 press conference, sending word by way of a “save the date” email that the event will kick off June 6 at 2:30 p.m., a day before E3 begins.
what is with everyone going early lol. EA and Ubisoft going a day before e3 begins. sony and microsoft both on the first day. o well this should be a really exciting e3 me believes. @below i mean they r showing off earlier than they did last year. last year i think sony and ubisoft did their presentations on the second day of e3
So they can show their brand new stuff at E3? It only makes sense.
This is how it should be for every E3.All press conferences one day prior to E3. Can someone write time - in order of who is first - of all press conferences that are known so far(only EA left to announce)?
Ubisoft: June 6 at 2:30 p.m Microsoft: 10:00 a.m Sony: 5:00 p.m June 7th is Nintendo's at 9:00A.M ish. (Still unconfirmed) So in order: Microsoft: 10am Ubisoft: 2:30 pm Sony: 5:00pm Nintendo June 7th 9:00 am The first three conferences are being held on June 6th. Hope this helps.
I'm grateful - it'll be way easier than last year (Sony and Nintendo the day the doors open, eek!).
i want to see a real splinter cell title get announced
Conviction was not Splinter Cell, that was some other crap. I was really disappointed at what they did with that game, I want stealth. Even double agent blew that game away, in terms of being a Splinter Cell game.
100% agree,it was just some mainstream casual garbage.
like a game itself SC:C wasn't bad .. but it wasn't real SC experience and too easy :)
Assassin's Creed 3 or bust.
And James Cameron rambling on about Avatar for three hours! WOOOOOOOOO!!!
Another Rainbow Six title is long overdue
I WANT A RAINBOW SIX
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier looks awesome, can't wait to see more.
Prince of Persia 2 (sequel to PoP 2008) Beyond Good & Evil 2 TrackMania 2 Rayman : Origins Assassin's Creed III ... There are a lot of GOOD games Ubisoft could show. I really hope I won't be disappointed.
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