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360blog’s 7 Days Of E3 – Day 3 – Great Moments Of E3’s Past

29 May 2009 by: Alex St-Amour No Comment



  In all our articles so far we have showed you some truly great and awful E3 moments. From the Twilight Princess trailer to the 600$ PS3, it’s common for announcements at the convention to toy with our emotions. For our third feature on the Electronic Entertainment Expo, 360blog.org will pull out some of the greatest moments of E3’s past and remind us all why we game in the first place. To put that controller down with smiles on our faces.

Let’s Get Solid – 2000

  The sequel to the Playstation epic, Metal Gear Solid gets an equally epic (in quality and length) trailer.

Holy Sh!t It’s Link! – 2004

  Yes I know this one was featured in yesterday’s article but the sheer awesomeness of Myamoto wielding a Master Sword and shield is too much to resist, so I have to post it again.

Welcome To The Next Generation – 2005

  Microsoft officialy started the 7th generation of consoles with it’s E3 revelation of all things 360.

Six Hour Wait – 2006

  The talk of E3 2006 was the Nintendo Wii and the ridiculous lineup that people had to wait in to get to play some Wii Sports, wow…

A Return Of Evil – 2008

  Of all the great games announced at E3 2008, this one got the most attention from us then, and still does today.

  Will E3 2009 be the next to add a special moment to this list? What secrets do the big 3 and all the other game developers have in store for us? Stay tuned to 360blog.org for all the latest news from e3 2009, and don’t forget to check out our previous installments in our 7 day preview.

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