Move, Natal, 3D, Blu-ray, Live - which technologies will define the console battlefield in the coming years?
EA's Project Ten Dollar was a good idea, but it has launched us down a slippery slope.
Whatever the election outcome, there will be much to do if British development is to remain world-class.
Ramming through the Digital Economy Bill makes no difference - the future of media still won't favour existing players.
It's not just the 3D bit that's odd about the 3DS - the announcement timing is also curious.
The Infinity Ward spat is a symptom of a wider power struggle between top studios and publishers.
The idea that third parties can't do well on the Wii is firmly rooted and completely wrong.
Developers may wring their hands over visibility, but you can never have too much content.
Mild chaos, turning heavier with a risk of thunder.
How underhanded dealing could spell disaster for the growth of social gaming.
Queues and overcrowded servers are no way to welcome new customers to your game.
Controllers are the talk of TGS, with the Sony and Microsoft divide increasingly clear.
Robert Kotick rattles Sony and Microsoft's cages again - but is this just chest-beating from the world's top publisher?
The HD transition is still a work in progress - and it's happening more slowly than expected.
The battle for market share at any cost is overshadowed by cold, hard, financial reality.
If digital distribution is going to work, publishers need to snap out of the pricing fantasy.
The excitement around netbooks needs to be taken with a large pinch of salt.
3D displays promise an exciting future, but the present is more sobering.
If more motion controllers show at E3, all eyes should be on the software.
Games have every right to explore modern wars, but they must tread with care.
China represents a great opportunity if the obstacles can be overcome.
Linking child obesity with games has caused outrage, but the criticism is fair.
The British Government's claim to champion digital and creative industries rings very hollow.
It's a dreadful time to be a high street retailer - and it's only going to get worse.
Sony's expected operating loss isn't the PS3's fault, but that's where the blame will rest.
Lack of scale and weak management spells the end for smaller publishers.
The industry says it can't live with second-hand. It can't live without it.
New business models are finally weaning the industry off transient hits.
Publishers need to stop talking amongst themselves and start addressing the crowd.
Sony has much to prove at TGS - but Microsoft will be closely watched, too.
The generation's big battle might not be between Sony and Microsoft after all.
The industry's top developer knows the merits of the confessional.
The Wii Fit supply debacle sees Nintendo failing its partners and audience.