Still Want to go to E3?

If you own a Ps3, you will be able to take a look inside Sony’s virtual E3 booth via Home. You will be able to watch press conferences and get inside information on what’s going to be in store with Ps3 in the coming months.

Check out Playstation’s Blog for videos and stop by Home to experience E3 virtually in your living room. You will even be able to earn prizes that will unlock other features. Hopefully the lag won’t be too much of a pain.

Personally, this is a great idea from Sony to use their Home feature in this manner. Maybe they want to one-up on XB360, that has videos from E3, by allowing you to be at E3 virtually. At any rate, this is a nice surprise from Sony.

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