15
Jul
08

E3 2008: Day 2

After yesterdays internet melting announcement that Final Fantasy XIII is coming to the Xbox 360, I’m back (albeit incredibly hungover).

Microsoft had some seriously good stuff on show, Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts, Gears 2 and Rock Band 2 being some of the most exciting.  But there was info released after the conference that seems pretty interesting too; in the near future MS is going to offer developers to use full install, meaning that you can completely install a full retail game on your HDD and completely cut out disk spinning.  However, you have to have the disk in the machine in order to confirm copyright protection, even though this still seems like a neat idea.  I just need to get myself a bigger HDD.

Today is expected to be a busy day of announcements aswell, to kick things off we have the Nintendo press-conference and then following up with the sony one straight after.  So stay tuned around 5pm for another Live Blog.

Mark

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I'm Mark Gibson & this is another one of my blogs where you're likely to find musings of daily life, gaming & just plain rambling.

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