Tuesday Jun 15, 2010
E3 2010 has just rolled out of the gate! People are streaming in to check out all of the cool games we’ve got going on and it got pretty crowded pretty fast. Before the show floor opened this morning, I snapped (and tweeted) some pics of our booth setup. Here’s a more thorough tour of where we’ll be spending the next 3 days.
This is what you see when you approach the booth from the front — our front desk underneath a massive video wall. Trailers for the games we’re showing off will be playing here, and I can tell you that this photo doesn’t do it justice. It’s huge, high-def, and amazing.
Heading to the right from the desk, you’ll see this Shogun 2 chap on your left. Shogun is being shown off in a private room, so people can sit down and really immerse themselves in the demo of the game.
From there, a slight turn to the right greets you with some familiar faces – Sonic and Jet. This is the room where Sonic Free Riders is being shown off.
The game is being demoed in a semi see-through room, so you can watch the player twist, jump, throw, and lean to interact with the game.
If you did a 180 turn from the Sonic Free Riders demo area, you’d be staring at Sonic Colors. Obviously, this photo was taken while we were still setting up, but the game is now running on these monitors and looking fantastic.
Another 180 turn and a slight shift to the right brings you to the Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode I lounge. In this space, players can sit down in a Splash Hill Zone-themed area to immerse themselves in the game and the game’s experience. I sat in one of those chairs this morning as I tweeted up the photos, so I can attest that they are comfy.
Just outside the lounge is this cool area for photos. I’ve already seen people posing for pictures with Sonic. Either this statue is exactly like the one that’s in our office lobby, or it is the one from our office lobby.
Alright, we’re halfway around the booth now. This is the area for Conduit 2, where some fine folks from High Voltage Software are helping us to show off the game.
Just behind that is another High Voltage Software game – Tournament of Legends. We’ve got some HVS folks helping out here as well.
On the outer edge of the booth, we’ve got some great digital titles. After Burner Climax, Football Manager 2010, Super Monkey Ball 2 Sakura Edition, Crazy Taxi, and Sonic Adventure are all represented here.
On the inside, a 180 degree turn from the digital games, is Yakuza 4.
Just to the right of Yakuza 4 is Phantasy Star Portable 2.
The next place further to the right is Valkyria Chronicles II.
Finally, rounding out our booth is Vanquish. It’s opposite Valkyria Chronicles II and Phantasy Star Portable 2, just next to the digital titles.
If getting your photo taken with Sonic was not enough for you, you can get your photo taken with the Vanquish soldier, just like ClumsyOrchid did.
We’ve got lots more coming over the next few days, so stay tuned! E3 2010 has just begun, and much awaits.
Posted by Kellie in E3 2010 on 1:09:22PM Jun 15, 2010
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