E3 2013 Nintendo Direct live stream: Schedule, times for day 2, games list, highlights video
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) kicked off June 10 with many big announcements from the gaming industry.
Microsoft announced that that its latest gaming console, the Xbox One, will be available for purchase come November with a price tag of $499 (£429).
Sony showcased its PlaysStation 4 and announced the much cheaper price tag of its console - $399 (£349), which is significantly cheaper than Microsoft's Xbox One. The PS4 will also be available during the holiday season around November this year.
Gamers will ponder over which console to buy, depending on many factors such as price and support of used games. PS4 has won in this ground, as it announced that the console will support used games.
Announcements also came from Ubisoft and EA Games. EA, which recently acquired a Star Wars license, released its Stars Wars Battlefront teaser at the event.
Day 2 will kick off with Nintendo's event, Nintendo Direct, which is expected to make announcements on its recently released platforms: the Nintendo Wii U and the Nintendo 3DS. Watch the live stream of the Nintendo event HERE.
Click here to watch the day cam live stream of Day 2 of the E3 event, which will start at 10am PDT.
See below for the timeline of events for Day 2:
KillZone: Shadow Fall — 12:00pm
Super Time Force — 12:20pm
Skylanders SWAP force — 12:40pm
Unannounced Title 1 — 12:40pm
Unannounced Title 2 — 1:00pm
Knack — 1:20pm
Deus Ex — 1:20pm
Watch Dogs — 1:40pm
Need for Speed: Rivals — 2:00pm
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified — 2:00pm
Drive Club — 2:20pm
Assassins Creed — 2:40pm
GameCrib: Team SoloMid — 2:40pm
Unannounced Title 3 — 3:00pm
Thief — 3:20pm
Warframe — 3:20pm
Beyond: Two Souls — 3:40pm
Mystery Game 1 — 4:00pm
Disney Infinity — 4:00pm
Destiny — 4:20pm
Call of Duty: Ghosts — 4:40pm
LocoCycle — 5:00pm
Unannounced Title 4 — 5:20pm
Battlefield 4 — 5:20pm
BandFuse: Rock Legends — 5:40pm
Watch the highlights of the E3 event day 1 below:
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