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E3 2005 Aftermath - E3 2005 Aftermath
Wed, June 01 2005 | 3:16PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The biggest event in the gaming industry, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), has come and gone, and major news was made in Los Angeles. All the big players tried to hit a homerun with their E3 lineups, and I am here give my opinion on which companies struck out, which of them hit a grand slam, and what games and hardware to look out for in the coming months. First and foremost, the biggest news of the trade event was the unveiling of the next generation consoles from the three top hardware developers, Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo. Microsoft set the precedent early, even before E3, by unveiling the Xbox 360 on MTV. By the time Microsoft's E3 press conference was history, everything from the technical specs, system, games and more were available."
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