Spike TV's All Access Weekly airs tonight at midnight, but you can watch it right here. Why would you? Because your Kotaku editor-in-chief is on it, chatting with host Katie Linendoll about next month's E3.
We're talking winners, losers and, uh, we're doing some guessing.
We shot this a couple of weeks back, giving Spike viewers a basic sense of what to get excited about E3. I predict we'll find out something more about PlayStation 4 at E3, but for the record, I'm out on conjecture limb on that one. That's why, when I asked to pick winners and losers for the show, I'm still not high on Sony's chances.
Nintendo? I think they'll show well. They tend to debut their new hardware's launch line-ups at E3 effectively.
Not in the segment are my mixed feelings about Microsoft, which I think will toss the Halo 4s of the world out for the hardcore gaming crowd. I believe they will again aim for more of a Wii Fit kind of mainstream buzz with whatever's next through Kinect and...are they going to show their hologram machine again? They were high on that at CES in January.
You'll be able to see a ton more about E3 starting June 4, as we kick off 17 hours of livestreamed content through our partners at Spike. We'll be streaming all five major E3 press conferences right here on Kotaku along with pre and post-show analysis by Spike's Geoff Keighley and a battery of Kotaku's finest reporters and writers.