Classics make comeback at E3 gaming expo

Nintendo wows with 'Zelda' sequel and the addition of Banjo-Kazooie to 'Smash Bros.' at the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo.
2:10 | 06/12/19

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And guys were back at the gamers parent eyes also known as. Expo in the world in our -- approved is there at the Los Angeles. Convention cent where grameen and then to see it again that what's happening today. Payment date few other. Yesterday we demo the new Star Wars games that I fall in order I killed one and he'll meet empire soldiers. Faster than anyone who has ever demo of the game and that's what the dikes hold me I got his just 1990 but I use my ten year old strategy just passing all but that same time. And he got me pretty far fifth. Anyways I think game graphics are super cinematic it feels like you're watching a Star Wars film or even better here in line and hours and they're gonna freak out because. It's not just familiar characters and planets but also new ones they've created just for the game and it's kind of this build your own adventure game play it's really fun. Also got to try FaceBook often with qwest VR had that haven't been at. One of the issues they had back then that they had limited gained title now they have over fifty and it is going to be adding more throughout the air one of the ones I play was called beat favor and it kind of like 360 degree it's heart Europa where I'm drumming for this imagine dragon sung with flying air is coming from every direction it's a very cool way to play the game. And they actually marketing themselves as being affordable and accessible their headsets are just under 400 dollars and since the art is the future of gaming they wanna nature as many people can actually afford it means VR headset as possible can. Yet that goes and then the head this again the head sent look awesome I want to ask you about the crowd there because I'm looking behind you and I only see it may and are there women at this conference. There are actually yes you walking around the convention center and the whole thing with you that people can actually Dan Mullen played these games for the first time these new games. Tons of women. I'm surprised and I the same thing and I know it looks like there is just an end Jason Blair and her a lot of women playing games and walking around. That's cool I'm glad you're there representing you look good doing it so thank you so much.

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