Engadget Podcast 297: E3 Hotel Party Edition - 06.07.2012Live, on tape, from downtown Los Angeles, it's Wednesday Night!, from room 827 of the Luxe Hotel, directly across from the seventeenth annual Electronic Entertainment Expo and six floors above a raging gamer party. It's chock full of accessories, Guinness-record-smashing tablet gaming, and stale, if not uninformative Wayne's World references. You wouldn't have it any other way, would you? Host: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Michael Gorman, Billy Steele Producer: Trent Wolbe Music: Orbital - Never 00:06:15 - Engadget pre-event broadcast from E3 - Nintendo 00:08:10 - Nintendo Wii U and games hands-on (video) 00:23:50 - Microsoft SmartGlass hands-on 00:35:00 - Microsoft's Marc Whitten: SmartGlass is the 'enabling technology' of IE on Xbox 360 00:48:54 - Mad Catz unleashes the Wii U accessories at E3, we go hands-on 00:52:53 - Sony's Wonderbook is PS Move-augmented reading, launches with J.K. Rowling's 'Book of Spells' 00:58:50 - Sony PlayStation Move Racing Wheel hands-on (video) 01:00:00 - HTC officially a maker of PlayStation certified handsets, PlayStation Suite is now PlayStation Mobile 01:06:00 - IndieCade at E3 2012 01:07:15 - Visualized: the Videogame History Museum's touring exhibit 01:09:48 - Visualized: what your screen looks like after 22 straight hours of Fruit Ninja 01:15:25 - NBA Baller Beats adds a real basketball to your Kinect arsenal, we attempt to go hands-on (video) 01:19:00 - Best of E3 Hear the podcast Subscribe to the podcast [iTunes] Subscribe to the Podcast directly in iTunes (enhanced AAC). [RSS MP3] Add the Engadget Podcast feed (in MP3) to your RSS aggregator and have the show delivered automatically. [RSS AAC] Add the Engadget Podcast feed (in enhanced AAC) to your RSS aggregator. [Zune] Subscribe to the Podcast directly in the Zune Marketplace. Download the podcast LISTEN (MP3) LISTEN (AAC) Contact the podcast Send your questions to @tim_stevens. Leave us a voicemail: (423) 438-3005 (GADGET-3005) E-mail us: podcast at engadget dot com Twitter: @bheater, @tim_stevens @numeson @wmsteeleFiled under: PodcastsEngadget Podcast 297: E3 Hotel Party Edition - 06.07.2012 originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 07 Jun 2012 10:59:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | | Email this | Comments
Capcom’s E3 presence will contain no playable Nintendo gamesAlthough it may be best known for some of its graphically intensive game franchises on more powerful systems like the PS3 and Xbox 360, Capcom certainly has its hands in the Nintendo cookie jar. So there’s no doubt that the publisher will have some titles for Nintendo’s platforms to announce at next month’s E3 trade Read The Full Story
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E3 2011 wrap-up: Wii U, PS Vita, and a whole lot of motion gamingThis year's Electronics Entertainment Expo was pretty amazing, featuring plenty of fresh new hardware and some... innovative titles for serious consoles. Sony renamed its NGP to PlayStation Vita, while Nintendo unveiled its Wii successor, designated only by an extra vowel: U. Despite the (now even more) goofy name, the Wii U stole the show, its 6.2-inch touchscreen controller opening the door to a world of potentially awesome games -- and to what will surely be a whole new generation of shovelware. The show may be over, but the our coverage still burns -- just like our hearts after one last night at Daikokuya.
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Microsoft's new Xbox 360 UI has Bing voice search across Hulu, Netflix, YouTube, and live TV Sony introduces PlayStation-brand 3D monitor and 3D glasses, bundle available for $499 Sony's PlayStation Vita official: $249 for WiFi, $299 for 3G The Wii U, Nintendo's next console The Wii U controller, revealed!
Sony's PlayStation Vita: first hands-on impressions Nintendo Wii U controller, first hands-on! Kinect Star Wars hands-on: Engadget and Joystiq get in touch with the Force Hyperkin SupaBoy portable SNES console hands-on Minecraft Pocket Edition on Xperia Play hands-on Forza Motorsport CSR and CSR Elite wheel and pedals hands-on Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel hands-on
But that's only the beginning! Be sure to check out our E3 2011 event page for the full suite of news.E3 2011 wrap-up: Wii U, PS Vita, and a whole lot of motion gaming originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 10 Jun 2011 10:07:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | | Email this | Comments