Sony has been seeling the Playstation Vita TV in Japan for some time now. Now the device will be coming to the US and Canada and will be known as the Playstation TV. It'll be arriving in both countries on October 14.
Minecraft has quickly become one of the most popular games. It's available on both Mac and PC along with Linux. It's also available on both iOS and Android.
The launch of the Playstation 4 is coming this Friday and in preparation for the launch Sony has just released a Playstation app for both iOS and Android users.
Nintendo surprised many today with the introduction a new handheld, the Nintendo 2DS. According to Nintendo the new device has all the features of the Nintendo 3DS and the 3DS XL minus the 3D.
Sony has a service called Playstation Plus that's currently available for the PS3. In November that service will become available for Playstation Vita users.
The WikiPad is a $499 Android tablet that has been designed to be game-centric. It is coming out this fall and will officially debut at GameStop on October 31st.
Angry Birds has been a big hit on both iOS and Android. There are now several versions of the game including the recently introduced Angry Birds Space.
Nintendo today introduced the 3DS XL. Just like with the DSi XL, the 3DS XL is a version of the 3DS that has a larger screen. It will retail for $199.99 and will be released on August 19th.
Most of Sony's talk at E3 this year focused on software, not hardware.
Sony announced several new features at E3 that can be used to link the Playstation Vita with the Playstation 3. One of the new features is the ability of a Vita gamer to play against a PS3 gamer.