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All right, so day one has come to a close at E3. I hope you all enjoyed today's live blog of the EA press conference, but that's just the beginning of the coverage.

Tomorrow the E3 show floor opens at 12 p.m. PST -- the show floor opens so late because of the Sony and Nintendo press conferences that are going on earlier in the morning -- and I'll be there to hunt down and play as many sports games as possible.

My first stop will be at the EA Sports booth. I went by the LA Convention Center today, and the EA Sports booth was already pretty much ready -- I also ran into some Madden developers, including Ian Cummings and Phil Frazier, and had a quick chat with them. The games in EA's booth that I could see from afar included Madden NFL 10, NCAA Football 10, Fight Night Round 4, Tiger Woods and so on.

On another note, I was going to do podcasts while here, however, Bryan's (PastaPadre) Internet is not holding up very well at his hotel, so that will not be an option. Instead, we'll just do one big Waiver Wire podcast post-E3, and post that on iTunes and OS at the start of next week.

You probably won't here from me much tomorrow since I'll be on the show floor from 12 p.m. until probably 5-6 p.m. PST, but my previews, impressions, and so on will start to show up on the site tomorrow night.

Member Comments
# 1 pfunk880 @ 06/02/09 01:47 PM
Just a heads-up... if you do another live blog from E3, it seemed like people had a hard time commenting on the one yesterday. I know out of like 8 or 9 I sent, only one got through. And someone else's only comment was asking why none of their comments were showing up.
 
# 2 DirtyBird @ 06/02/09 04:31 PM
Is there a certain time they will be talking about madden and stuff.
 
# 3 bronco92 @ 06/02/09 07:52 PM
The comments are moderated, and I believe Chase was running the session on his own. He was likely too busy listening and typing about the show to be keeping up with the comments.
 
# 4 pfunk880 @ 06/02/09 09:18 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by bronco92
The comments are moderated, and I believe Chase was running the session on his own. He was likely too busy listening and typing about the show to be keeping up with the comments.
Okay, gotcha.
 
# 5 bdunk73 @ 07/31/09 03:23 AM
yeah
 
# 6 bdunk73 @ 07/31/09 03:24 AM
i agree
 
# 7 bdunk73 @ 07/31/09 03:25 AM
looks bad
 
# 8 bdunk73 @ 07/31/09 03:25 AM
im pumped
 

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