For the First Time Ever, Merchandise May Be For Purchase at E3


Front of E3 2016; photo by @capricefilms

E3, the coveted electronics gaming expo, was open to the public this year.  While only 15,000 of the estimated 50,000 attendees will be public, it is the first year that this has been done.  And with that,  in a note sent to E3 exhibitors according to Shacknews, the show will allow products and merchandise to be sold.


For me, someone who has been going for a few years now, this is a most anticipated occurrence.   You walk the show floor and see so many different products, items, games that you would like to purchase, but they seem to only be “for show”, literally.   Most vendors bring some really amazing technology with them, they even let you try it out.  I tried Oculus years ago prior to it being released to the general population.

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I’m hoping to see some anticipated games being sold on the show floor.  Yes, I still would like to see upcoming games, but to walk away with a game before its actually released would be awesome.  I look forward to this years E3, an avid gamer myself this always shows me things to look forward to throughout the year.  There are still tickets available on the E3 website if you having gotten yours yet.  June 13- June 15.  Prepare for gaming overload!

Photo gallery credit @capricefilms

Uncharted 4 is a Breath of Fresh Air

Uncharted 4 came out this week and it was refreshing to play.  It looks amazing on the PS4.  It felt like seeing an old friend, Nathan Drake, Sully.  

It’s rare these days to be taken on an adventure that you can enjoy and want to be a part of.  It’s not all run and gun.  The environments are elaborate and detailed and are brought to life right before your eyes.

Even if you haven’t played any of the Uncharted games, Uncharted 4 is easy to pick up, play and enjoy.

SDCC: Star Wars The Force Awakens Panel Comic-Con Reel

The Star Wars Panel of Hall H Was Epic

The biggest panel of San Diego Comic-Con is over, and while the attendees have long left the beloved Hall H, we’ve been left with the super awesome Force Awakens Comic-con reel.  While the crowd knew that J.J. Abrams wasn’t going to show a new trailer, what they didn’t know was that he was going to show a behind the scenes reel and then invite everyone to a Star Wars concert outside the convention center. (J.J. told everyone to follow the storm troopers, how cool is that?)

Here is the exclusive Comic-Con reel show to Hall H on Friday.