Heiss Reports on E3 for the BBC

6/29/2010 10:38:58 AM

Earlier this month, Residential Systems contributing editor Michael Heiss provided his in-depth report about E3, the annual technology convention for the gaming crowd.

In his blog, Heiss noted, “If you have any doubt about the place of games [in the CEDIA channel], particularly consoles and handhelds from the “Big Three” of Sony (PlayStation and PSP), Microsoft (Xbox 360) and Nintendo (Wii and DS/3DS), wipe those thoughts from your mind. For those of us who are hardware freaks, this was a banner year at E3.

His reporting apparently also caught the attention of the BBC, who interviewed Heiss for its Digital Planet show. Check out this brief podcast interview and hear what else our intrepid reporter had to say about E3 and immersive video games.



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