The E3 2010 gaming conference was held June 15 - June 17 in Los Angeles, and GameSpot reports that approximately 45,600 people from 90 countries attended the event. The GameSpot crew logged long hours collecting the skinny on all the game announcements, and here are some of the highlights.
Two of the biggest headlines from E3 2010 are that Project Natal is now called Kinect for Xbox 360 and Nintendo unveiled the 3DS, but I'm most excited about Twisted Metal, TRON: Evolution, Mortal Kombat, Fallout: New Vegas, and Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. (The Ghost Recon graphics are awesome, though it looks to be a little slower than the pace at which I normally play, being that I'm a Halo guy.)
Twisted Metal for PS3 announced during Sony press conference at E3 2010. (Photo credit: GameSpot)
E3 2010 galleries on TechRepublic
For more about E3 2010, check out these galleries on TechRepublic, which feature games, consoles, costumes, and more.
- Costumes, creatures, and more from the E3 2010 show floor
- Project Natal becomes Kinect for Xbox 360
- Microsoft unveils Kinect at Cirque-esque event
- Kinect games from E3
- Scenes from E3 2010
- More sights from E3 2010
- Nintendo 3DS unveiling
- Nintendo's E3 2010 games
- Microsoft E3 2010 Games
- ESPN on Xbox Live
- Into the Pixel at E3
E3 2010 videos on GameSpot
Here's a collection of some of GameSpot's videos (which include interviews, demos, trailers, and tips) from day three of the gaming convention.
- Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood walkthrough
- Fable III
- Fallout: New Vegas
- Front Mission Evolved
- Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
- Gran Turismo 5
- Modern Warfare 2 tips
- Sony booth tour
What was missing at E3 2010?
CNET News.com editors are already reflecting on what was missing at E3 2010. Several points they raise are: the portable PlayStation didn't get a price drop, many of the titles mentioned won't be released until 2011, and there was no mention of casual games such as FarmVille and Mafia Wars.
What games from E3 2010 are your favorites?
After checking out these E3 2010 photos and videos, which games interest you the most? Will you buy a console just to play one of these games? (I plan to buy a PlayStation in 2011 so I can play Twisted Metal when it comes out.) Let us know in the discussion.Disclaimer: GameSpot is a CBS Interactive Inc. brand. Sign up for the Geekend newsletter
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