The Gaming Effect Team each weights in on their own opinions on who won this years E3 conference.
PS Vita. I am not saying Sony because honestly their lead console right now was ignored.
How many threads are gonna be made asking this same question? *smh* But just to indulge..... Sony gets an A+ Microsoft gets a Q- Nintendo gets an 'incomplete'
isn't a q a little too high "kid" would be a better grade. oh more kinect hate, yes I hate the kinect would M$ keep trying to pull a nintendo on us(core/hardcore gamers). Voice integration for doesn't cut it, the crap they using the kinect(voice integration not the movement stuff) for can simply done with a headset. Wheres the exclusive? Halo & Gears don't count seeing as we new about them already.
I would rate them Sony A- Nintendo B- Microsoft F
I don't think anyone really won E3 except for the gamers that got to play all the new games on the show floor. Nintendo had a chance to really steal the show but their Wii U unveiling left much to be desired. Ninty might be saving some of their best announcments for TGS. Sony had a solid conference. The Vita was their highlight so the PS3 took the backseat. There are a lot of PS3 exclusives coming out this year already and they did show a glimpse of what 2012 will bring. It seems like they held back on some announcements for TGS since alot of anticipated games were left out. Microsoft just chose to sit this one out.
The gaming community always wins E3.
Nintendo 1st Sony 2nd Micosoft 3rd Wakeup Poeple its time to Evolve Dammit
No one 'won'. But in terms of who has the most impressive tech/games on show, I'd have to say Sony and Nintendo wowed me.
I think you guys all have great opinions on the subject matter, however it strikes me as odd that some of you would pick up Sony over Nintendo on this one. Not saying either had particularly good or bad demonstrations, but I have to agree with csreynolds on this one: E3 is about that wow factor. It's about bringing to the lineup things we weren't expecting. We can all agree that Microsoft dropped the ball in this aspect. A few Kinect heavy games backed by Halo and Gears isn't enough for me. As a gamer, I EXPECT those titles to launch because they are the meat of the system. Sony was in the middle, while we knew about pretty much everything they talked about, the TV was a surprise to me, as well as the innovation behind the Vita. Also, they launched crazy low price points, which was a nice surprise. What did it for me was Nintendo, because none of us really knew anything about the Wii U. We were now just getting the details and seeing it's possibility. My colleague and I both agree that even though the focus was the controller, we wish that Nintendo would have gotten into the specs a bit more, but alas, they have always been secretive. I am a little skeptical about them not using Blu-Ray for their HD though.
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