Kotaku Originals: Extra Innings

The past week was like E3 went seven days into overtime, as everyone emptied their reporters' notebooks from their time in L.A.

Do yourself a favor and hit the recap page, because if there's something in a certain game or from a developer you were wondering about, chances are we've got it. Big news included Gabe Newell's reaction to the threatened Left 4 Dead 2 boycott; Reggie Fils-Aime sitting down with Stephen Totilo, and an explanation for everyone wearing prison jumpsuits to play with Project Natal that pinged bullshit radars more than it quieted them.

But whatever, it's there on the record. Catch the recap and strap in, we have another solid weekend on the way.

Kotaku's Continuing E3 2009 Coverage
Apple's World Wide Developers Conference

Numbers
NPD Instant Analysis: Things You Should Note
UFC 2009 Is May's Undisputed Bestseller

Reviews
Zenonia Micro-Review: Unexpectedly Epic
Star Defense Micro-Review: Tower Defense in Spaaaace

Top Stories
Analyst: Sony's $249 PSPgo Is "Too Much"
Valve Responds To Left 4 Dead 2 Boycott, Vows Support For Original
Project Natal Does Not Require Red Jump Suits to Play
Should Apple iPhone Games Be Rated? ESA Says Yes
Halo: Reach Is The Wild Bunch, Only With Spartans?
Billy Mitchell Denies and Denounces Taunting Tweets

Features
Kotaku's Best of E3 Awards: Hair Dragons, CatBats and Light Graffiti
The Great Experiment
K5

News
Ultimate Hits From Square Enix Ship 2 Million
PS3's Vidzone Is Live Today
King of Fighters Movie Promotional Images
Tales of Vesperia PS3 Dated For Japan
Whatever Happened To Gran Turismo HD's DLC Model?
Crystal Dynamics Loses Another 25 Jobs
Capcom's Marvel Vs Capcom 2 Hip-Hop Mixtape Revealed
Pokemon Heart Gold/Soul Silver Come With Pedometer
Halo Wars, 7th Guest Dev Lands Job at Apple
Check Out Cross-Dressing Phoenix Wright, Part 2

Celebs
Jimmy Fallon Brings Love of Gaming From SNL To Late Night

Swag
Mythic Delivers Code-Laden Human Skull