Nintendo had what I would call an excellent conference last week at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2014.
In case you missed the annual Electronics Entertainment Expo, we have an “E3 2014 in review” series for you! First up, we take a look at what Microsoft had to offer for the Xbox One and 360 going forward.
Microsoft led the E3 press conferences on Monday morning with a few expected announcements, a couple of surprise announcements, and a focus on games. Microsoft’s strategy was completely different from E3 2013 which focused more on the entertainment side of Xbox Live and the (then) upcoming Xbox One.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) of 2014 has come and gone and I thought it would be a good idea to get some reactions from the staff here at Techaeris. There were a lot things announced, and this will allow us to talk about some of our favorites. Keep reading for our lists of a few games to watch.
On Friday, June 6th Turtle Beach announced an Elite membership program, to coincide with a new line of Elite headsets. The headsets are to be officially unveiled during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) taking place from June 10th – 12th in Los Angeles. The Elite headsets have advanced features for professional and competitive gamers. Today, details of the new headsets and the Elite membership program have started to emerge. More info can be found after the break.