E3 2012: What To Expect From Microsoft, Sony And Nintendo

Posted: May 29 2012, 9:39am CDT | by , in News | E3

 
E3 2012: What to Expect from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo

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The E3 2012 will start on June 4 with the first press event. Of course the main interest is focused on Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. While Sony and Microsoft are likely not telling much if at all about their next generation consoles, Nintendo is expected to detail the Wii U.

The E3 2012 is around the corner and the big video game companies get ready for the big show. Are we in for a big surprise? I do not think so. Microsoft and Sony will not reveal anything about the Xbox 720 and PS4 respectively. Microsoft will further show that the Xbox 360 is the complete entertainment hub, while Sony tries to dazzle with games. I am also not holding my breath for what Nintendo will reveal about the Wii U. Nintendo would need a big hit to follow-up on their amazing success with the Wii, but I do not see the Wii U doing that. I just do not believe the tablet controller is such a big deal.

GamesIndustry has put together three interesting analyst round-up reports that summarize what to expect from E3 2012 in more detail:

What to expect from Microsoft at E3 2012

What to expect from Sony at E3 2012

What to expect from Nintendo at E3 2012.

Read the latest E3 2012 News.

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