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E3 - Day 0

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Every year the biggest names in video games, video game related and other forms of "electronic entertainment" gather in our fair city at the convention center to showcase the latest and greatest drool-worthy stuff for the gamer in your life. Or, let's face it, for you. Yes, it's e3 time again.Even though the show doesn't "officially" start until tomorrow, there are already a few companies, like Sony, eager to get the jump on the hype. Because reallly, that's what this convention is all about. Generating hype and buzz for your product, so much so that when it's released, people can't wait to buy it.

With that in mind, Sony announced its next generation Playstation console, cleverly named the PS3, which has some interesting new features, including its new and very powerful processors, that had a crowd of over 2000 watch, mesmerized by its stunning new graphics performance.