Good morning, world! Welcome to the first actual day of the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo in sunny Los Angeles, California. Before we dive into the day ahead, though, let's recap what happened yesterday.
Monday isn't technically part of the show, what with the E3 exhibition area not open to press until this morning, but enough events are happening outside that it's become an unofficial "first day" for the event. Hence the "Day Zero".
Despite Electronic Arts and Ubisoft holding press events, the day belonged to Microsoft, who not only detailed in full the "Kinect" motion control camera for the Xbox 360, but also took the wraps off a brand new version of the console itself.
To get you up to speed, we'll break our recap down into three sections: news, videos and screenshots or images.
Xbox 360 At E3 2010 Live! [UPDATE]
Multiyear Pact Puts Call of Duty: Black Ops DLC on Xbox 360 First
Crytek Exclusive Will Bring Gladiatorial Combat to Xbox 360
Fable III Rises To Power In October
ESPN to Deliver Programming Over Xbox Live
Kinect Launching November 4 With 15 Launch Titles
New Xbox 360 Shipping Today, Costs $299
These Are The New Xbox 360 Specs
GameStop Prices Kinect, New Xbox 360 Kinect Bundles
Microsoft Believes Sony Will Charge for Playstation Network
EA's 2010 E3 Press Conference LIVE
New Castlevania Game Confirmed, Will Be Part Of XBLA's Summer Of Arcade
The 15 Kinect Launch Titles Are...
Need For Speed Is In Hot Pursuit of A New Game
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Is Going To Vietnam
How To Get Into The Medal Of Honor Beta (Which Starts This Week)
New Sonic Kinect Game Seems Familiar
Crysis 2 Goes 3D On 3 Platforms
EA Cocks Gun Club
Xbox 360 Drops Price On Tuesday Morning
What Day Can You Buy The New Xbox 360?
Introducing Innergy : A Game About Breathing
This Is The Old Republic's Idea of Player Housing
Ubisoft Releasing A Shooter That Uses Real Humans & Laser Guns
There Is A New Michael Jackson Game
Rumor: Sly Cooper, Patapon 3 & Twisted Metal X Coming To PS3
Kinect Games Have Their Own Special Boxes
How To Transfer Your Old Xbox 360 Data To The New Xbox 360
Driver Has an Out-of-Body Experience