E3 2010: Visit Sony's E3 Booth In PlayStation Home
So you didn't get a chance to attend E3 this year. Maybe you've never gone but have always wanted to see what it's like.
Well, it's definitely a second-best option but it's still pretty damn sweet. If you want to log in to PlayStation Home, you can actually visit a virtual iteration of SCEA's booth that is now open at this year's E3 show. SCEA boss Jack Tretton just got finished telling us it's basically an exact virtual replica; you can view the videos journalists and other insiders are seeing, you can get all the up-to-date info, and as you wander around, you might even stumble across ways to land yourself some neat-o game demos! PlayStation Home has continued to grow and expand since its unveiling at the end of 2008; the expansions have been so numerous, those who remember the way Home was in early 2009 probably wouldn't even recognize it now. And you know, as Arnold was saying, if they could ever make it so you could sample the games on display at E3 through Home, there'd almost be no reason left to go to E3! That'd be both good and bad, of course, but you never know what the future holds in store...
For the most part, this conference is all about new technologies and steps int he right direction for the industry. It's why they're now debuting some new LittleBigPlanet 2 gameplay, which just looks downright insane. Talk about innovation and player freedom taken to a ridiculous level!
6/15/2010 3:03:17 PM Ben Dutka