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comic | 05/20/05 | Aaron Stanton
You can't have E3 without booth babes? at least, not in this day and age. While the number of booth babes has greatly diminished this year " possibly a good sign " there's no doubt that they are an imbedded part of the E3 experience. Check out today's E3 twoplayer, Booth Babes for All!"

Twoplayer comic is published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com



Articles Archive | archive | 05/19/05 | George Holomshek
What's "just a hair bigger than an iPod Mini and 2/3 the weight?" The new Game Boy Micro. Nintendo unveiled the new teeny-tiny game system in a variety of skins and colors at this year's E3, and George, our resident Nintendophile, is the lucky guy who got to take it for a test drive.


Articles Archive | archive | 05/19/05 | Shawn Rider
The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo is happening once again. And, as we have since 1999, GF! will cover the crap out of the show. We've got a crack team of writers and photographers heading to LA so we can bring back the goodest of the goods. This year we're going to post nightly updates from the show, in addition to our live moblog. Get a whole new point of view on E3 with Team GF! And continue on to E3 Central 2005 for all the haps on the show.


Articles Archive | archive | 05/18/05 | Eric Bodrero
Nintendo showed off the Revolution to a crowd of hungry fans and attendant media on Tuesday, and today we got to see a bit more of the device on the show floor at E3. And while some serious bombs were dropped (backwards compatibility for 20 years of Nintendo games -- What!?!), the Revolution is stil shrouded in mystery. Get the details we know right here.


Articles Archive | archive | 05/18/05 | Tristan Mayshark
Our man Tristan couldn't make it to LA, but that's not going to stop him from posting his armchair view of the Electronic Entertainment Expo. Check out his impressions from afar in this writeup.


comic | 05/18/05 | Aaron Stanton
There's nothing better than waking up at 6 in the morning after a night out at a Midway party. Our GF crew is in the process of getting ready for the media breakfast served at the start of each E3. Today's E3 twoplayer comic, Too Ugly for E3, refers to the fact that I was the only person on the GamesFirst crew that didn't receive my media badge in time for the trip down. While it all worked out, I felt hurt and rejected. Why was I turned away? Twoplayer provided my answer.

Twoplayer comic is published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com


comic | 05/17/05 | Aaron Stanton
This morning's twoplayer hits on my main focus of the day, which is Nintendo's press conference. We've already seen glimpses of Microsoft's Xbox 360, and now we know more about the PS3; the big mystery that remains is the Nintendo Revolution. Be sure to check out today's twoplayer, It Does Everything!

Twoplayer comic is published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com


comic | 05/16/05 | Aaron Stanton
PSP Meets Nintendo DS is the first of our daily E3 twoplayer comics. You should also read the accompanying article, as it contains all sorts of interesting inside details on just how big a show E3 really is. Check out the comic itself here, and then read about E3 and the world behind people behind the comic inside of this article here.


comic | 05/15/05 | Aaron Stanton
E3 is here! At least, for me it is. The west coast GF! crew boards a plane during tomorrow's wee-early morning hours for our flight down to L.A. That means that today's twoplayer comic - Best Source for Next-Gen Rumors - also marks the beginning of our weeklong E3 series of twoplayer. We'll have one new TP comic going up a day for the rest of the week. Course, they'll show up along with the rest of this year's E3 coverage. There's going to be lots of it, so be sure to check in regularly.

Twoplayer comic is published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com


Articles Archive | archive | 05/13/05 | Aaron Stanton
The MTV Xbox 360 unveiling that took place last night was a bit of a let-down for most of us here at GamesFirst. The show was catchy, with lots of scene cuts, music, and cheering crowds, but revealed almost nothing about the actual system. While it confirmed a few rumors that have been floating around, it didn't do much else, and every picture of the system came and went too fast to get a good look. There's another Xbox 360 unveiling video though, and it's available on the web. This second video is well put together and offers a better look at the actual system.


Articles Archive | archive | 05/12/05 | Chris Martin
In a bold move, Microsoft teamed up with MTV to unveil their new console Xbox 360. Inside are Chris's impressions on the games, the system, and life in general.


Articles Archive | archive | 05/12/05 | Aaron Stanton
The problem with having part of our editorial staff on the east coast and part on the west coast is that one half gets a 3 hour head start on TV specials. Shawn, based out of New York, picked up the MTV special a bit before those of us over here on the west coast did, and managed to get his thoughts up before we'd even had a chance to glimpse the brief flicker on the TV that we think must have been the MTV special “ it was too short and never focused on the 360 long enough for us to tell. Shawn jotted down his notes in the earlier post; now here are Aaron's thoughts on what Microsoft showed the world of their next generation game console.


Articles Archive | archive | 05/12/05 | Shawn Rider
"Everybody here is in, obviously." Obviously. We haven't seen this kind of "drank the punch" vigor since Election 2004. In a move sure to annoy others much more than it annoys us (mainly because we don't get invited to the really good events anyway), Microsoft revealed the Xbox on MTV tonight. Shawn watched it, and while he did, he scribbled these notes.


comic | 05/08/05 | Aaron Stanton
It's just days now until we start packing our bags for E3, and it's time that we let Microsoft have a bit of a rest in favor of some other movers in the industry. Check out our latest Twoplayer comic, See the Revolution, and then be sure to catch Aaron's thoughts on E3 and rumors about the next-gen game consoles.

Twoplayer comic is published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com


comic | 05/01/05 | Aaron Stanton
We're two weeks from E3 2005. That sounds like a lot of fun, but it's really just a lot of work for us in the industry, and if there's one thing we at GF! generally dislike, it's work. It also means that we only have 12 days until Microsoft unveils their next-generation game console, so we figure there's still time for Meet Xbox 2 (Part 3) before we move on to poking fun at some other companies and games in the industry. For a little insight into what goes on behind the comics, including a little bit about the daily twoplayer comics we'll be doing over E3, be sure to read about it here (after checking out this weeks cartoon, of course). Remember, you can always find the latest twoplayer comics at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.


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