Let's face it, yesterday was just a warm-up. Now, with Sony and Microsoft's conferences done and Nintendo's still to come, E3 is truly underway.
It's only day two of E3 and already the internet is awash with trailers. In fact, you'd have a job to watch the whole lot of them before Gamescom kicks off.
Sony has announced that a new instalment in Q-Games' PixelJunk series is on the way.
A new wireless steering wheel is on the way for Xbox 360.
Microsoft has announced plans to release an Xbox 360 bundle with a Gears of War 3 theme.
It's over. Everything within.
Microsoft has announced that a Kinect-enabled version of iPhone hit Fruit Ninja is on the way.
Microsoft has unveiled plans to introduce cloud storage for Xbox Live profiles and game saves.
Electronic Arts has announced a release date for PC and console effort Battlefield 3.
It's official: a new instalment in the Halo series is on the way.
Peter Moore has announced that four forthcoming EA Sports titles will feature Kinect functionality.
Hacker group Lulzsec is claiming to have grabbed the source code for Sony Computer Entertainment's Developer Network.
We could sit around all day talking about how marvellous E3 is. How it's a wonderful opportunity for our favourite entertainment industry to shine, to showcase its diverse range of exciting new offerings, technical achievements and creative talent. But we know that really, it's all about who's got the biggest console.
THQ and Adidas have teamed up to create some new athletic training software for PS Move and Kinect.
Cheer up, Sony! It's not just you hackers are having a pop at - turns out Nintendo recently took a bullet too. Or rather, dodged one.
Microsoft has registered Fablethejourney.org as a domain name, along with three other phrases which seem to suggest a bunch of Kinect titles is on the way.
As the E3 rumour mill cranks up to full power, debate is still raging over the official title for the new Nintendo console codenamed Project Cafe.
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The Game Developers Conference is perhaps where PlayStation Home's heart is. After all it was there, in 2007, that Phil Harrison unveiled Sony's vision of a networked virtual world for PlayStation 3.
Veteran Sony Computer Entertainment executive Ray Maguire has announced he is leaving the company after 17 years.