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Who Will Have The Best E3 Press Conference?

Posted on Thursday, May 31 @ 11:55:32 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack

E3 is coming next week, and as usual, it's time for the big boys to fight.

Nintendo is going to be showcasing the Wii U which is releasing later this year. Publisher support, tech demos, and pricing details are all very likely to be shown during the press conference. The 3DS should also make a presence, and now that the device is over a year old, there should be some killer apps announced to compete with the recently released Vita.

The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 are aging, but you shouldn't expect to see the successors to each during Sony's and Microsoft's press conferences. However, announcements such as exclusive game reveals, new partnerships, and new services will provide plenty to chew on.

Similar to Nintendo, Sony has a handheld to sell so the PlayStation Vita's future software might take up a fair cut of the show. Given its slow launch, this is a prime opportunity for Sony to get the ball rolling.

Below is the schedule for each of the major three press conferences:

Microsoft - Monday, June 4th @ 9:30AM (PST)
Sony - Monday, June 4th @ 6:00PM (PST)
Nintendo - Tuesday, June 5th @ 9:00AM (PST)

Which press conference do you think will have the biggest impact?


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