Hello Los Angeles!
With only 3 days left until E3, the most important thing to have is knowledge. The Electronic Software Association (ESA) is throwing the biggest electronic entertainment exhibition in the world and inviting leading computer and video game companies, business partners/investors, gamers and media personnel from over 100 countries to the show! Not only will you see the best developers in the world, but you will have the chance to watch the best gamers in the world test the new games in a competitive fashion!
Be sure to catch the exhibition on a live stream hosted by, as far as I know, Gamespot. I know most of you will be working, but each time slot is linked to each corresponding game/company/personnel so you don’t have to load the entire show and you can pick and choose which one you want to visit. There are usually a few groundbreaking announcements made within the electronic community at this exhibition so being there for them somehow is exhilarating!
According to the expo website the show will run as follows (mind you these are Pacific Standard times):
|Tuesday, June 10, 2014||12:00 – 6:00|
|Wednesday, June 11, 2014||10:00 – 6:00|
|Thursday, June 12, 2014||10:00 – 5:00|
There are a lot of notable companies stepping into L.A. ready to show off their new products, and the stakes are being raised once again for new-gen gaming. If you have the slightest bit of interest in anything electronic then these three days will give you insight into what you should be saving your pennies for this year in 2014 and some anticipation of ’15. I am hoping by now you are asking where you can find these links, and for that I have listed the link below so that you may navigate through any of the games of companies that you wish. Remember these links will not go live until Tuesday June, 10 at 12 p.m. which on our side is 3:00 p.m. Regardless, I want to thank the ESA and Gamespot for making this possible. Also I will be live as well during most of these times keeping you updated via twitter and Facebook, so remember to follow along so I can at least keep you up to date while you work or sit there at summer school!
Download the e3 2014 app in the app store (droid or itunes) and it will send live updates to your phone, as well as allow video streams!
I hope you are all as excited as I am!