E3 Recap: Day ThreeS

Day three of E3 saw the flood of big news slow to a trickle, giving us all time to sit down and spend some quality times with the games on the showroom floor.

Some of these impressions were posted today, others are to come in the days ahead, so stay tuned over the weekend for our thoughts on the rest of the big games of E3 2010.

NEWS, IMPRESSIONS & PREVIEWS

Xbox Kinect Does Not Play Well With Couch Potatoes
Metal Gear Solid Rising Bridges Three Games, Explains Raiden's Makeover
Listen To Six Kotaku Editors Talking About E3, Debating The Show's Best
Killing Time With The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings
Red Faction: Armageddon Eyes-On Impressions: Opposites Attract, With Deadly Force
EyePet: What A Difference The PlayStation Move Makes
Kinect Can Sense Children, Adjust Difficulty on the Fly
The Force Unleashed II: Attack Of The Other Clones
Kinect's Best Game Could be The Most Important Game of E3
All That's (And Kotaku's) Lisa Foiles In the House
Journey, From The Creators Of flOw and Flower, Explained
The New Xbox 360 Won't "Red Ring" [Update]
Super Scribblenauts Impressions: One Simple Word
The 3DS Also Has A Pimp Range
Kratos Is Good With A Spear & Shield In Ghost of Sparta
Lord of the Rings: War in the North Eyes-On Impressions: A Party of Three

VIDEOS

High School Glee Club Checks Out Glee The Game
Scott Pilgrim's E3 Trailer Blows Our Pixellated Socks Off

SCREENSHOTS, IMAGES

How To Control The Next Zelda Game
Cross-Section Of A Castlevania Castle
Sony Online With a Chance of Chocolate Rain
Stay Behind the Stanchion
The Press Kit Is Brought To You By The Letter E And The Number 3
The 3DS is Ready for its Close Up Mr. Spielberg
Nintendo 3DS Sparks Gamer Stampede
Ryan Phillippe Uses That One Life Well
Chuck's a Nintendo Fanboy
Riiiiiiiiidge Raaaaaaaaaacer Goes 3D On Nintendo's New Handheld
Gran Turismo 5's Cars vs Real Cars
This is Why You Didn't Get to Play with the 3DS at E3
Rage's E3 Screens Bring Ol' Blighty To The Wastelands
PS3 Slim vs Xbox 360 Slim
But When Is E3 2011?
Gran Turismo 5's Most Beautiful Screenshots Yet