Round-up of the biggest announcements from the LA gaming expo
Gamers will surely be more than happy with the turn out at E3 2010 over the last few days, as the likes of Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo try to establish themselves once again as the leading innovators in the business.
Some of the new hardware has been ground-breaking, others simply necessary upgrades that should still be well appreciated by the masses. But what has been the best in show? Help us decide by surveying your eyes of the key E3 2010 announcements and leaving your comments below.
See below for our round-up of the biggest E3 2010 launches
Microsoft Kinect videos
The motion-sensing marvel previously known under its code name Project Natal, was formally introduced as Kinect. See the revolutionary kit in action with this brand new footage.
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Xbox 360 Slim: First impressions
Microsoft followed up Kinect by unveiling a leaner, much quieter Xbox 360. Find out if owners of the more portly console will need to upgrade to the Xbox 360 Slim.
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Nintendo 3DS launches: First impressions
Concentrating its console efforts on portable gaming, Nintendo showed off the 3DS with 3D gaming minus the specs the notable new feature. Find out what else the 3DS has in store.
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Sony PlayStation Move and 3D gaming
We've already seen Sony's answer to the Nintendo Wii in action, but the gaming giants showed off a raft of Move games to accompany it and plenty of 3D games to tuck into in the coming months.
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E3 2010 rumours: What to expect
Speculation over the key E3 launches went into overdrive this year. See which of those 'trusted sources' have reason to celebrate for predicting the big announcements.