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The countdown continues this week as we're... oh my God... 16 days until E3 2011!! That seems like an extremely small period of time here in videogameworld. Yes, I live in videogameworld. Everyone thinks I'm delusional, but won't you join me? It's wonderful here. This week, invitations went out for Into the Pixel, the annual art exhibit at E3. I'll probably stop by to gnash and act like I hate Roger Ebert with the rest of the snobs. Don't get me wrong, art is beautiful: haven't you seen the art in Portal 2? Still, I think an interview with Hideo Kojima might tear me away from the beauty at the gallery on the Tuesday of E3.

If you've been outside of videogameworld for the past week, have no fear! Out of the Compound is here to wrap everything up nicely so you can be an asshole and act like you know everything tomorrow morning at work. Ah, to be a know-it-all. You're so lucky!
  • WB Games is looking to make Batman: Arkham City its crown jewel of 2011, and that's after Mortal Kombat's well received release earlier this year! That means recent tidbits like 40 hours of content and new villains are mere drops in the storm of content we'll see at E3 2011.
  • Sony's got to want to get a slice of that nifty Augmented Reality tech that Nintendo's been getting buzz off of. That's why we'll be eager to see if they've got any more of the stuff up their sleeves at E3 2011.
With weeks to go until the Electronic Entertainment Expo, you can bet that more leaks will spring. Keep your browser pointed at Game Revolution and your finger on the F5 key for the latest news and media leading up to E3 2011. Looking for a straight shot of E3 buzz? Check out the E3 2011 tag page. Out of the Compound will continue to bring you updates every Sunday between now and June 7th.


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