E3 ended last week, but we just don’t want to let go. I mean, do we really have to wait five months to get our hands on those consoles? It just doesn’t seem fair to give us a taste of what’s to come and then jerk it away from us so quickly. The gaming industry is a cruel mistress.
Miss E3? With the help of GTTV'sGeoff Keighley and All Access' Katie Linendoll, we bottle up all the epic madness that was E3 2013.
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This year’s E3 was arguably the biggest in history. Now that the dust has settled, what will the next generation of gaming look like? What did we learn about the Xbox One, PS4, and all the major gaming titles coming out next year?
Reggie Fils-Aime, President and COO of Nintendo Of America, tells All Access' Geoff Keighley all abou the future of Nintendo. They touch on the Wii U, Super Smash Bros, the next Mario Kart, and much more.
Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision Publishing, tells Geoff Keighley all about Activisions current status within the gaming industry. He touches on how Acvitivision is "platform agnostic," the future of the "Call Of Duty" franchise, and the issue of used discs.
Jack Tretton, President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment of America, gives Geoff Keighley a tell-all interview about the PS4. They touch on new games, the Sony network, and much more.
Aaryn Flynn, General Manager at Bioware, tells All Access' Geoff Keighley all about the third installment in the Dragon age franchise, titiled "Dragon Age: Inquisition."
Don Mattrick, President of Interactive Entertainment Business At Microsoft, tells All Access' Geoff Keighley about some of the internet blowback that ensued after the Xbox One's reveal. "Xbox One is made by gamers, for gamers."