Microsoft E3 2010 Predictions

What makes Microsoft’s press conferences the most entertaining to watch is the handful of celebrities that take the stage, and try to act like they know what’s going on. But my favourite part is when Peter Molyneux or Cliff Bleszinski starts describing their company’s game, which always manages to sound invigorating and revolutionary.

Peter Molyneux is probably the most convincing person in the world, so convincing that he could probably make you pay $150 for Natal and Milo. After dominating the hardcore console space for the last few years, Sony has come from behind and delivered a library full of excellent games in 2009. At this point it’s hard to predict what Microsoft is keeping a secret, but I do have some ideas of what we can expect at their press conference.

Sony E3 2010 Predictions

My favourite part about June is counting down the days until the start of E3, which is always exciting to watch especially when you skip school with a friend, just to experience the press conferences live. This year is just so happens that I have exams on the same days as the press conferences, but fortunately the E3 conferences begin after the exam time.

Since I always have expectations and predictions for what is going to be featured at each press conference, it seemed suitable to write down my predictions and see how accurate the results are. Tackling one conference at a time, I’ll begin with my Sony predictions which mostly end with the number two.

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