Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2004

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Phantom Console?


Entrance

On another hardware note, we stopped by the Phantom booth to take a look at the phantom console..which isn’t like your typical console, but more like a TV/Cable add-on. When we were there they were going through a canned E3 demo of how games are able to be downloaded and played. (Anyone else thinking of Hard|OCP’s Article?)We asked what them specifically about their claim to being able to play “any” game and they simply said they “had a lot of partners”. We shall see. I’m a bit skeptical about the whole thing and no one that I talked to actually saw a live demo of how a person chooses a game to download and play it on their set.


Matrix Online


Ready To RUMBLE!

Matrix Online: Due no later than November looked detailed and played extremely smooth (on an ATI, btw)

Ready to Rumble: Have no idea about anything about the game, but I woulda let the booth babes pin me in less time for Roy Jones to get knocked out.


Lord of the Rings?


I’m Scared

Lord of the Rings: Pretty good looking game play that is capped with bonus live video from the film every time you pass a major level.


Say Goodbye!


Leaving The Expo

That’s it for our coverage of the 2004 Electronic Entertainment Expo! As always the crowd was huge and the level of enthusiasm was high on the opening day. We got to see all the latest titles and if all the games come out on time the last half of 2004 should be awesome for gamers of all genera goers. With all the vendors and exhibits present, it’s almost impossible for one to spend time with all the developers so you have to pick and choose who you want to talk to.

I’m actually looking forward to going next year already!

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