Eggplante is doing it again! The Electronic Entertainment Expo, E3, is heading back to Los Angeles for another year, and we’re going to be there to cover everything! Sean Chin and I, Christopher Kalanderopoulos, attained media status this year and are attending the June 15-17th event, starting early on the 13th for the Microsoft Natal Party and Media Briefing the following day!

Coverage you can expect will include all the big ones:

– Natal
– PlayStation Move
– Nintendo 3DS
– Rumoured Zelda game (!)
– Halo: Reach
– Assassin’s Creed III/Rome
– Ghost Recon
– Splinter Cell 6 (we can dream, right?)
– Video Games Live

And of course, much, much more that I can’t even imagine right now! Think mega announcements like Rock Band 3 and a new BioShock perhaps? Celebrity coverage, hands-on, and video blogs. Music, parties, and secret reveals. New handhelds, iPhone and iPad games, and .. alright, you get the point! We’ll be there to cover it all and bring it back to you as soon as we can get our grubby hands on it!

We’re going to blow out the E3 coverage big time this year, and that’s saying alot, because there were quite a few E3 posts last year before the show even started! Here’s a teaser for you from last year’s festivities at the Los Angeles Convention Center!

The best way to keep up with Eggplante at E3 2010 is on Twitter and our Facebook page so you never miss a beat! Twitter will be a huge way that we communicate live from the show floor, so expect tons and tons of photos streaming through and using the #e3 hashtag! In the meantime, follow Eggplante on Twitter and Facebook now so you don’t miss out when June rolls around!

About The Author

Christopher Kalanderopoulos founded Eggplante in 2009 to cover one event in Los Angeles. It never occurred to him that it would make him the Editor of an online magazine for the next decade. He spends most of his time gaming, backing cool Kickstarter projects, and hanging out with his wicked cool nieces and nephews.

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