Sony's E3 2011 Conference Streaming Live In PlayStation Home

Would you prefer to experience the magic of Sony's E3 2011 press conference from the comfort of your PlayStation 3? Of course you would, just like you'd prefer that announcement-filled keynote speech to have dozens of people doing the cabbage patch.

That's why the first ever public video stream of Sony's E3 presser will be happening in PlayStation Home next Monday, June 6 at 5pm Pacific Time. Sony has set up a "special screening room" in Home where virtual residents can "watch SCEA President and CEO Jack Tretton reveal all of the big E3 announcements and watch never-before-seen footage of tons of upcoming PS3 and NGP titles".

You'll also have the option of watching the PlayStation E3 2011 keynote live on Spike TV, but I'm sure you'll join us for Kotaku's liveblog coverage of the event.

PlayStation Home fans can also visit a virtual E3 2011 show floor this year, which should offer trailers and a virtual NGP to play around with. More details at the official PlayStation.blog.

Experience E3 LIVE From Your PS3 With Streaming Keynote, Virtual PlayStation Booth [PlayStation.blog]


Comments

    This... is an amazing idea!

    I never really got home... half an hour of tutorial type stuff sorta lost me.

      The 750 updates I needed before I could get in is what stopped me.

        Yeah, it'd be much more interesting if I didn't have to wait for a huge download everytime I went to a new area.

        I'm sure it'll be streamed much more conveniently on the web.

    Great idea.
    Home is such a great marketing tool.

    I never really got Home either - unless you're really bored or have mates that use it. That being said, they do have some fun games and reward items if you investigate.

    This however, is a spiffing idea.

    I'll be checking it out for sure!

    Virtual NGP? I hope so. I mean, who wants a virtual 'PS Vita'?

    Yeugh.

    Thanks for the invite Sony,
    sorry but I won't be able to make it.. Lawls!

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