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Duke's Guide To E3 2008

Posted on Tuesday, July 29 @ 17:15:14 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Well the first episode is out, thanks to our camera-man and editor Rob. You'll see it's a bit different this year because of the new E3 format. There just wasn't much weird stuff to make fun of.

And also because of Rob's video talents and snazzy graphics desperately trying to make us look cool even though we're big nerds.

So even though we screwed around where we could, we did a lot more interviews this time around. Apparently, the new, more down-to-business E3 leads to more down-to-business video. These first interviews are for some less-mainstream games, but don't worry, we will hit all the big ones too in future episodes, from Resident Evil V to Spore; and I even got to sit down for a little fireside chat with Peter Molyneux about Fable 2.

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