Boys, this fair is amazing, and its only the first day! There were lots of things, and i've statred to play pokemon again :'D thanks to RubiusOMG
Lots of games are waiting for me tomorrow, in the meanwhile, ill be in the Hotel making stupid photos with RubiusOMG
Well fellas... just arrived to Malaga. Our special user MangelRogel18 gived me a surprise for guie him in th LA fair, it was his first year in E3. Looks like he can't be avilable for my birthday, so he gived me the present already. Gues what? Windows 8 pro for my laptop! LOL, 400€ in a gift! ( well, i would have gaved him the same ^^ )
Hello everyone, well, maybe some of you want to know why i put that tittle, well.: This Monday im flying to Malaga ( Spain ), for join the GAMEPOLIS fair they're making. if someone is there, we could meet :D
- Your E3 User, Bryan Scottson.
Pd: The fair will be there till Friday.
The PlayStation 4 will go on sale later this year and it'll be cheaper than the Xbox One - $399 in the US, £349 in the UK and €399 - compared to $499 and £429.These pricing details were revealed along - at long last - with the look of the PS4 console itself, at Sony's E3 2013 press conference.Sony says the PS4 was designed with an overarching theme of a "frictionless and seamless" gaming experience.We've known that the PS4 will track both the controller in a gamer's hand, as well as their face, since the console's launch in Feb. But during his GDC talk Norden revealed some interesting ways that this technology will be implemented in games.
The PS4 itself was shown off for the first time at E3 and it's black, just like the Xbox One. However, it has an angular design and appears to be constructed of a similar plastic to the original PS3 Slim machine.It looks as though it's slimmer than the Xbox One but we're not totally blown away by the design. What do you think?
Last week i've arrived to London, we discussed about the XBOX One. Here i lgive you a blog we made on the E3 page:
A lot of gamers raving about the Xbox One after the Microsoft Press Conference at E3 this year, petitioned to get the Xbox One’s original online DRM and used game policies back. The retraction of the policies preceded E3, and that may have pleased the vast majority, but for some big Micorsoft fanboys, it left a sour spot in there hearts becuase these policies were what made Xbox One unique. In a petiton on change.org, David Fontenot asked Micorosoft to give gamers the original policies of the Xbox One.The petition states that “This was to be the future of entertainment. A new wave of gaming where you could buy games digitally, then trade, share or sell those digital licenses. Essentially, it was Steam for Xbox. But consumers were uniformed, railed against it, and it was taken away because Sony took advantage of consumers uncertainty. We want this back. It can’t be all or nothing, there must be a compromise.”