From US To You! Takes on the First Day Of E3

From US To You! Takes on the First Day Of E3

Jeremy, Jaz, and Kat dissect the news of the day: Microsoft, Electronic Arts, the Nintendo World Championships, and more, in this E3 special episode

E3 hasn't even technically begun, and already we're drowning in crazy news. Major announcements all around, and we still have a few press conferences to go!

This afternoon I sat down with both Jaz and Kat to get their takes on the announcements and events they've witnessed: Microsoft, EA, and the Nintendo World Championships. We didn't even really get to Bethesda. And this was all recorded before Sony blew the doors off the industry. Yet we still manage to fill nearly an hour with one-on-one conversation! What a jam-packed E3 this is.

Have a listen to today's episode, and stay tuned for further commentary on Sony, Nintendo, Square Enix, and our countless appointments at the show itself. We'll try to publish podcasts throughout the week!

You can download the full episode directly from this link via Libsyn. We're also on iTunes and SoundCloud.

Show description:

Jeremy, Kat, and Jaz meet up to talk about the first day of E3: EA, Microsoft, and Nintendo World Championships. There's so much happening we didn't even get to Bethesda! And all this before Sony's fanservice explosion! Yowza! (MP3, 54:09, 37.5 MB)

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