Feedback Live at E3 2010: Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo News

Posted: June 15, 2010
Feedback Live at E3 2010: Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo News
G4tv.com's Feedback goes big time at E3 2010. Broadcast on G4, host Adam Sessler is joined by Abbie Heppe, Patrick Klepek and X-Play's Morgan Webb to talk about the announcements by Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony in the first days of E3 '10.

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  • nailzz

    Good show for what it was. How could anyone complain? you guys were there all day and still put on a good show.

    At first I wanted to see Feedback on TV, but I'm not sure now. Feedback is that raw, unscripted conversion about whatever topic. The different views and teasing each other, thats what makes feedback good. Adam do you think you can do that and break for a commercial? all the good stuff will be said off camera.

    Morgan, thanks for your honesty. Ive owned every Nintendo system except the Wii and I still don't see a reason to buy one now. Sad, i know. I was starting to think that there might be something wrong with me. Maybe i just grew up.

    After Nintendo's Press conference every one was, and still is excited with Nintendo's line up for the next year. I'm like, really? Old games with the same bad stories with poor graphics. Thats what gets your blood moving? Donkey Kong? Boy wonder with angle wings? I don't get the Mickey mouse game at all. So I'm not going to judge it, but whats the game part? i mean whats the point of it? just putting color to darken things or erase them? do you get to pick what your painting? I think the Zelda could be good, but it looks like it would work better if it used the PS move.

    Oh and thanks to Microsoft, their press conference put me to sleep only to be woken to a scary little girl whispering skittles in my ear over and over again. Be the rainbow huh, try a bad acid trip.

    Posted: June 17, 2010 12:56 AM
  • 7Hokage

    Not only did Sony show off some amazing titles such as MotorStorm: Apocalypse, Gran Turismo 5, Twisted Metal, Killzone 3, LittleBigPlanet 2, Socom 4, Infamous 2, and Heroes on the Move, but Sony also received many exclusivity rights for EA games. One game was Medal of Honor Exclusive Limited Edition which includes Medal of Honor with a HD remake of Medal of Honor: Frontline. Another was Dead Space 2 Exclusive Limited Edition which includes Dead Space 2 with a HD remake of Dead Space: Extraction. Lastly, I would have never thought Valve would make another game for the PS3 due to previous history until Gabe Newell from Valve went on the stage to announce Portal 2. He mentioned how he thought it would be the best version out of all of them, which we know that statement is false since the PC/MAC can perform much better graphics, and how Steamworks would be added to the PS3 version of Portal 2, he said the 360 version would not be gaining Steamworks. In case you do not know what Steamworks is for the PC/MAC, it was an integration for the computer service known as Steam which allowed achievements, Steam cloud, and auto-patching. We will have to see how Steamworks will be integrated into the PSN. Moreover, PSN+ looked like a relatively nice service since it also includes the Qore annual subscription which was $25, and for double that price you can have more features and still have it, among the other features already mentioned. Also, the 3D tech looked expensive and from what I hear it greatly decreases the resolution. The PlayStation Move looked good except there is a small amount of games that look great with it such as LittleBigPlanet 2, Socom 4, Heroes on the Move, Heavy Rain, Killzone 3, and Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition. Overall great presentation, Sony!

    Posted: June 16, 2010 11:39 PM
  • CareyGrant

    Kudos to the Feedback Crew on your two live shows! I know it must be rough sticking around when all you want to do is hunker down to a good meal, a stiff drink, and a relaxing evening free of video games.

    Double Kudos to all of you -especially Morgan Webb, you charmer- for speaking your minds and giving your honest opinions, it's most appreciated. A guy/gal can only take so many sales pitches or spin fests by developers; ultimately, the game must live or die on it's own merits. Way to strap a pair on and speak up!

    Triple Kudos to Adam and everyone else for all the work we DON'T see that went into planning your coverage -for us, the fans- of E3, so that we might share in it's glory. A big thank you, there.

    Lastly, as much as I loved your live format, I'll admit I'm a bigger fan of the webcast, it being longer, with no commercial interruption and more free-flowing "bull sessions" and discussions.

    Congratulations to the Feedback Crew and G4 for such great coverage! Thank you.

    Now, go get some sleep. Or a massage/spa day.

    PS. I'd love to see Kevin and Chris make an appearance on Feedback.

    Posted: June 16, 2010 11:22 PM
  • xnerd23x

    someone at gamestop said kinect is 150 dollars

    Posted: June 16, 2010 11:12 PM
  • furiousgeorge

    I agree with Morgan on the Nintendo press conference. I like Nintendo but I didn't really play any of those titles growing up. I don't have that nostalgic factor. I did really enjoy Sony's press conference, especially Kevin Butler's speech. I lost interest in Microsoft's press conference with all the Kinect stuff. That's fine if they want to go after that casual market, don't tell me that Kinect is for a hardcore gamer when all you demo is Skittles the tiger cub and dance game. I don't think we'll see anything really made for the core gamer for Kinect in 2 years. They'll make all the Wii mini game knock offs and dance games. When the casual audience stops buying them, they'll make something for their core audience.

    Posted: June 16, 2010 11:08 PM
  • kings_legacy

    really ninentdo stole the show,wtf??they showed games years old been remade again "kid icarus" and once again zelda,mario and metriod is there fail safe plan again. Yes sony and microsoft showed sequels again but it wasn't like killzone15 or halo20 they actually had games to show that are revelant and feel new today. Sony and Microsoft had way better shows. Constanly releasing the same game over again and trying to call it new dilutes the game and what it once stood for. If god of war or halo released games every few years and continued it would someone not call it out. So why does Mario and Zelda get a free pass??? Thank you Morgan for being honest and not telling what every one wants to hear.

    Posted: June 16, 2010 11:06 PM
  • TheDrizzle85

    Jeez Morgan, did you like ANYTHING?

    Posted: June 16, 2010 9:43 PM
  • titanrage83

    I really wish patrick would shave his head. everytime i see him i itch

    Posted: June 16, 2010 9:32 PM
  • Darth korr

    i would love to have this on tv also regularly. every wednesday.

    Posted: June 16, 2010 8:55 PM


    Posted: June 16, 2010 8:42 PM
  • merben_tan

    IMO, Sony won this E3. Nintendo was all about bringing back old games. I'm not against that, but that isn't too much innovative. Microsoft, well, they didn't do that well. Biggest surprise for me was Sony announcing the return of Twisted Metal and the coming of Portal 2 to the PS3.

    One other thing, what's up with the PSP commercial? Hopefully, PSP will come back this year. With the 3DS coming, PSP has it's hands full. Sadly, no PSP2 was announced. Probably still in the working phase so that it can compete with 3DS. Sony is so focused on 3D, it should be only right that it's PSP2 will have 3D support without glasses just like 3DS and capability to take pictures and make it into 3D, and a few more.

    Posted: June 16, 2010 8:30 PM
  • Notafanboythatiknow

    Guys, you forgot to mention that Microsoft lost a great opportunity to add Kinect to the new XBOX 360. Great show; short but concise.

    Posted: June 16, 2010 8:14 PM
  • riskyking45

    I am so excited for star wars the old republic, unfortunatley most of the games arent coming out till 2011:(

    Posted: June 16, 2010 8:12 PM
  • Svederik


    I was so sad that I missed it live, but I was at an arcade playing Time Crisis 3 with my friend who was in town for a few days.

    thanks for having my back guys, love the show so dang much it makes me giddy as a school girl.

    Posted: June 16, 2010 8:05 PM
  • admachina

    Great show

    Would really love to see the studio show on TV regularly

    Posted: June 16, 2010 7:30 PM
  • BPVonErich

    I agree 100% with Morgan. Never being a Nintendo fan, I saw nothing of interest out of Nintendo's presser besides Zelda.

    Posted: June 16, 2010 7:14 PM
  • Blakep267

    i have to agree with Morgan. Im not a huge nintendo guy. Kirby did look cool, but I dont care about seeing 20 year old franchises. Thats ok, people like nintendo. thats fine too. All I know is that I have a Wii in my house and havent played it in ages. Zelda looked really bad. And 1:1? I dont believe that. Sorcery was much more reactive.

    Posted: June 16, 2010 7:07 PM

    yall did a great job and im not alone im am sure that people every were want to see this show weekly on tv/ hour long episodes. when i want to know whats going on in gaming i watch feedback so i watch a lot of feedback. keep up the good luck

    Posted: June 16, 2010 6:52 PM
  • starclassics

    wow morgan, really? Mickey isn't dark enough?

    Did anybody tell her this is still Mickey Mouse? lol.

    Posted: June 16, 2010 6:51 PM
  • happymeowmeow

    Hey I remembered to watch the show on TV!
    Everyone involved in the E3 coverage pat yourselves on the back, great job.
    Re: Feedback, I think the set was more than a little awkward...the combination of you four sitting on those super high chairs and the random people mugging for the camera behind you was weird. Maybe if you had desks or something to sit behind...or would that seem like too much of a prop?

    Posted: June 16, 2010 6:46 PM