The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo kicked off today with Microsoft opening the event with one message: it’s all about games.
While Christmas may be months away for most of u it’s come early for the gaming industry at the annual E3 convention as gaming retailers, developers and enthusiasts survey the hottest Triple A rated titles soon to be released a host of them sure to be stocking stuffers
The Electronic Entertainment Expo is all about what’s hot, what’s trending and what’s coming in the gaming universe.
As always, the biggest hype surrounds the newest line-ups unveiled by the Big 3: Sony Nintendo and Microsoft. But the real game BEING PLAYED here is that of one up-manship which company can create the biggest buzz First up Microsoft and its product showing.
Microsoft vowed this year it’s all about games the latest edition of Big name games like Assassin Creed, Halo one of the world’s best selling games “Call of Duty” to newly developed game titles and a trend towards cooperative gaming groups of people playing with each other instead of against each other.
There’s actually a lot of cooperative games. So there’s Evolve for example, which is a new game where you have 4 people on the same team. These guys are hunters, and you have a 5th player who plays a giant monster. So it’s this asymmetrical semi-cooperative game where 4 people are working together to take down one powerful player cooperative is a bit more friendly for gamers in general because you work together with people versus a really competitive mean environment. CCTV’s Yakenda McGahee reports.
Electronic Entertainment Expo starts in Los AngelesThe annual Electronic Entertainment Expo kicked off today with Microsoft opening the event with one message: it's all about games.
To discuss the gaming industry, CCTV’s Phillip Yin is joined by Hayley Tsukayama, a technology blogger for The Washington Post.
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