The lights are on
E3 2013 is shaping up to be the biggest in recent memory as Microsoft and Sony detail their upcoming hardware, Nintendo shows off some exciting games, and publishers disclose their plans for both current and next generations. If you're wondering where to watch everything, fret no longer. We've got you covered.
Here's the schedule of events starting on Sunday, June 9, 2013. With the exception of the Konami Pre-E3 presentation, Call of Duty: Ghosts — All Access and the Nintendo Direct, our streaming page will be your place for E3 content. Click the links for each event to take you to the correct location.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Nintendo Direct, 10 AM Eastern / 7 AM Pacific
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My body is ready!
oh my... what happened to that hype i used to have?
destiny on e3 new show yea lovely developed
I think this is the first E3 that I can watch live because I'm off work...hell yes!
Ahhhhhh!!!!!! Why did Nintendo have to have there livestream on Tuesday!!!!! I have wooorrrkkkkkk!!!!!!
is there gonna be a stream chat like there was last year? I really enjoyed that.
wow. stream page isn't working for me at all.
Really want to see Destiny and/or Rainbow Six: Patriots. I remember reading something about the latter being canceled but I will hold out hope for as long as I can.
Interesting to see that the Kinect device is mandatory for the Xbox One, but it's still not important enough for MS to show any games for it.
I had some friends and family call and ask if I was having trouble viewing on 360. Apparently they were getting a message saying Live servers where currently unavailable or something. I, at that point, had not had any trouble. Then I started having some issues around the Battlefield 4 thing and then a few other times. Different internet provides and different states for some of us.
I wonder how things like this effect those games that use the "cloud". That would be pretty bad to have a major problem because of a brief minute of internet trouble or their servers having trouble. I had an experience the other night with an EA game on 360 where it disconnected from the origin servers and froze my whole box. When I powered down the game music and frozen screen was stuck (has happened on other EA games on multiple consoles). I powered back on and Live was working (not that I actually needed it for a SP game). These kinds of errors will crop up more than people want and will cause problems.
I would have more confidence in MS but for Windows 8. I like it and have been using it for a while. Then, a security update comes that will not install. I have went through everything that I can find on the Microsoft forums (all of their different forums that might have had answers). Seems that others have had this problem as well with no solution. And it has caused problems and I never had any with this PC for the first 6-7 months after I built it. The biggest problem is that the computer will blue screen with a system error. The fix for this error is to install this update that always fails to install. Would hate to see an issue like this on the One that would effect the cloud if these games are going to rely on it.
Thanks gameinformer I appreciate the service.
Looking forward to the next conferences.