Post I.T. - Washington Post Technology Blog Frank Ahrens Sara Goo Sam Diaz Mike Musgrove Alan Sipress Yuki Noguchi Post I.T.
Tech Podcast
The Bloggers
Subscribe to this Blog

The Madding Crowd

Complete mayhem on the PS3 floor, which is packed with wall-to-wall people. My closed-door meeting with Ted Price was a complete contrast, a nice relaxed atmosphere.

Still, there's a huge contrast between the South Hall, where we have Sony and Nintendo, and the West Hall, with everyone else. It's much less crowded in the South Hall -- when you're actually out of the PS3 booth, which takes up half of the South Hall anyway. The West Hall has EA and THQ competing with high-tech displays and blasting music -- overall chaos and cacophony.

Speaking of crowds, I just walked by the Gameloft booth, where Paris Hilton was supposed to appear. Don't know if she's there, but there's a huge crowd there now.

By Bob Greiner  |  May 11, 2006; 4:58 PM ET  | Category:  E3: Dispatches
Previous: Console Comparisons | Next: From Swords to Phasers


Add Post I.T. to Your Site
Stay on top of the latest Post I.T. news! This easy-to-use widget is simple to add to your own Web site and will update every time there's a new installment of Post I.T.
Get This Widget >>


Comments

Please email us to report offensive comments.



Did you see anything in the EA booth about upcoming Sims 2 expansions??

Posted by: Danielle | May 11, 2006 5:10 PM

Good question! I've got Open For Business, but since I have to wait until Fall 06 for that new sims evolution game, I could use me a nice expansion!

For example, why can't they let older adults go back to college as non-matriculated students, to get their degree, or at least have Grad School with Master and Doctorate degrees.

But what I really want is ... High School! Think about it, when you're a teen (or even Grade School for kids), it would be cool to be able to have High School and choose your academic track - yeah, machine shop and drivers ed for me! I was a technogeek, so it would be fun to try another track ... and that much more chances for romance (of the no-woohoo version).

Posted by: Will in Seattle | May 11, 2006 5:29 PM

The comments to this entry are closed.

 
 

© 2010 The Washington Post Company