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E3 – Day 2 Summary

16th June 2010

Day 2 at E3 featured the gaming big guns Nintendo and Sony.

Sony announced their Move motion controller will be be released in Europe on September 19th, costing $49.99 for the main controller and $29.99 for the additional controller (UK prices have yet to be announced). You’ll also need a Playstation Eye camera, which currently retails for £25-35. Other big news from Sony included Grand Tourismo 5 finally getting a 2nd November release date and a big surprise from Valveworks’ announcing Steam will connect with the PS3. For a full Sony roundup visit MCV UK’s website.

Nintendo’s biggest weapon was the launch of the 3DS handheld gaming console. I’m quite excited about this as it houses a 3D screen that works without the need for special glasses. The system, that also includes a motion controller, can even take 3D pictures and I can’t wait to see it in action. Other notable mentions include a new Zelda game for Wii, the return of Donkey Kong Country and a Mario Sports game. Jump over to MCV UK for the full roundup.