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Consoleation: E3: Bringing the “A” game

Nintendo Project Cafe Wii HD Concept Art Image

Looking at the calendar, we're less than two weeks away from what will be one of the most important E3 events in recent memory when it comes to what I call the Hardware Trinity—that is Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft. Each of the three companies have issues to address. Nintendo is facing lackluster 3DS hardware sales and the lame-duck status of the Wii until its new platform is launched. Sony has to deal with the aftereffects of one of the largest online security breaches in history and major losses in the last year. Microsoft may seem bulletproof, but the stagnant nature of the Kinect sensor and a slow trickle of software for it call into question the viability of the technology.

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 48: The Future of Mobile Gaming

3DS! PSP! Smartphones! Which represents the true future of mobile gaming? Plus: Our most anticipated titles of 2011, and you'll struggle to hold back tears as Richard becomes a man. (NOTE: We recorded this episode before the big PSP2/NGP announcement—you'll marvel at the semi-accuracy of our predictions!) Featuring Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, Mike Bracken, Richard Naik, and Tim "The Timely Producer" Spaeth.

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My phone has evolved, but have the games?

HTC Evo 4G

As a long-time Palm device loyalist dating back to the original PalmPilot in 1997, I was rather disappointed that the Palm Pre wasn’t able to restore the company to its former glory in the crowded smartphone marketplace now dominated by iPhone and Andriod devices. For 3 years, I stood idly by Palm with the Centro, hoping they would finally release a true iPhone killer, but it never happened and the company was later bought out by HP in April of 2010. When that happened, I knew I was done waiting and it was time to move on.