Just finished half the press conference... so far... unimpressed. I have only seen ONE game that I *might* be interested in... but something tells me even THAT game will end up on PC. No, not Halo 3.... I'm talking about Fable 2.
As nice as the graphics are... if the fun isn't there... then graphics doesn't matter. Also slightly disappointed in some terminalogy that Moore used "men between 18 - 40." Hello? Women play too Fine, I'm being sensitive there lol
MSFT decided to push the HD-DVD... and so, let the war begin! The most ironic about this is that I was just watching CNBC that was just covering E3 and they interviewed Moore and he said that Sony is pushing people to go with Blu-Rays while them (microsoft) will put optional hd-dvd player for people to buy and keep the cost down. If you ask me, that's a smart and somewhat a stupid move.
Sure you keep the cost down and most people just buy the system to play game which is all good cause I don't think $400US is worth paying for the xboxb 360. Another thing is that with Sony pushing the Blu-Rays on its PS3, it really forces people to buy and/or adapt to Blu-Rays.
So, I will end with this: Blu-Rays wins and HD-DVD is already dead.
I am Awake... I can't believe the guy just said "a game that's never done before" Correct me if i'm wrong... but the game Indigo Prophecy (or Fehrenheit in Europe) is the same type of game that is on PC and PS2...
And haven't seen anything interesting from Microsoft for 360 OR PC other then Vista...
MS had a very solid, and very predictable E3. I bought my system last year, and admittedly, I've barely used it. Actually, I haven't played it since January. But E3 had some exciting content that I'm looking forward to.
It's a little better than the atrocity that was Starfox Adventures, but it's still pretty much the same kind of soul-less adventure game. Only with horrible controls. The controls really set it back. But the game also thoroughly lacks ambition, or even a passing knowledge of what makes adventure games (such as Zelda) consistently fun and engaging.