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Title: Kevin Butler: the star of Sony's Press Conference Posted: June 17, 2010 (11:18 PM)
why was Sony's press conference 2 hours long while Nintendo's and Microsoft's was about 1 hour and 20 minutes or something????
anyways, the highlight of Sony's conference for me was Kevin Butler took the stage and added some real humor to the press briefings.....he took some jabs at both Nintendo and Microsoft which were quite funny.....
so check his segment out if u havent already....
User: jiggs Title: Posted: June 18, 2010 (04:40 PM)
Sony likes to talk alot how they are the first in this, we have better this, we have better that
Microsoft and Nintendo were all about showing the games and pleasing their fanbase
User: blood-omen Title: Posted: June 18, 2010 (10:40 PM)
hmmmm....then Sony shudnt be allowed to do so....there should be a 1 hr and 30 minute limit on each conference.....
User: jiggs Title: Posted: June 19, 2010 (12:26 AM)
actually i wouldn't mind the conference being 2 hrs long as long as there was compelling stuff...sadly there wasn't much...so Sony should have cut it down. i mean where was Last Guardian? or even Resistance 3 that i've been hearing about. that would be a nice subsistute for all the boasting they did.
User: blood-omen Title: Posted: June 19, 2010 (03:59 AM)
well if they set a 1 hr 30 minute limit then companies will have to pick and choose as to what stuff to include...u know their most compelling stuff only....
yeah i heard a couple of more people wonder what ever happened to The Last Guardian.....
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