- Kinect launching Nov 4, 2010 with over 15 launch games. No official pricing at this time.
- Microsoft working with Crytek on a new exclusive called Codename: Kingdoms; no details aside from live action trailer of burly men walking about with weapons
- Dead Space 2 launches Jan 25, 2011
- Medal of Honor Beta starts Jun 21, 2010 on PC, PS3, Xbox 360
Xbox 360 Slim
Available in-store as early as this week for $299.99.
All the info you need can be found in this handy FAQ sheet:
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I’m missing a fair bit of Kinect news/announcements, but I don’t think anyone would mind. To be frank, Microsoft’s E3 2010 press conference was embarrassing to watch with their fake banter and enthusiasm for Kinetic. The difference in presentation prowess became evident when Electronic Arts’ press conference rolled which I thought was great.
The new slimmer Xbox 360 is a welcome change. It looks much better than those early leaks yesterday. I appreciate the built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi, 250 GB hard drive and the overall slimmer design, but I wish they shoved that PSU into the box as well. It just makes it easier to disconnect, transport and reconnect.
It wasn’t too crazy of an E3 Day 0 in terms of news or announcements, but there were lots of notable trailers which I’ve highlighted below including “Child of Eden” which may be the reason for me to get a Kinect or Move. (I’m a fan of Rez and Lumines!)
Halo: Reach E3 2010 Trailer – 360 Exclusive
Release date: Sept. 14, 2010
Assassin’s Creed 2: Brotherhood E3 2010 Trailer – 360, PS3, PC
Call of Duty: Black Ops E3 2010 Trailer – 360, PS3, PC
Release date: Nov. 9, 2010
Medal of Honor MP Beta E3 2010 Trailer – 360, PS3, PC
Release date: Oct. 12, 2010
Metal Gear Solid: Rising E3 2010 Trailer – 360, PS3
Release date: TBA
Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit E3 2010 Trailer – 360, PS3, PC
Child of Eden E3 2010 Trailer – 360, PS3