Live, on tape, from downtown Los Angeles, it's Wednesday Night!, from room 827 of the Luxe Hotel, directly across from the seventeenth annual Electronic Entertainment Expo and six floors above a raging gamer party. It's chock full of accessories, Guinness-record-smashing tablet gaming, and stale, if not uninformative Wayne's World references. You wouldn't have it any other way, would you?

Host: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Michael Gorman, Billy Steele
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Orbital - Never

00:06:15 - Engadget pre-event broadcast from E3 - Nintendo
00:08:10 - Nintendo Wii U and games hands-on (video)
00:23:50 - Microsoft SmartGlass hands-on
00:35:00 - Microsoft's Marc Whitten: SmartGlass is the 'enabling technology' of IE on Xbox 360
00:48:54 - Mad Catz unleashes the Wii U accessories at E3, we go hands-on
00:52:53 - Sony's Wonderbook is PS Move-augmented reading, launches with J.K. Rowling's 'Book of Spells'
00:58:50 - Sony PlayStation Move Racing Wheel hands-on (video)
01:00:00 - HTC officially a maker of PlayStation certified handsets, PlayStation Suite is now PlayStation Mobile
01:06:00 - IndieCade at E3 2012
01:07:15 - Visualized: the Videogame History Museum's touring exhibit
01:09:48 - Visualized: what your screen looks like after 22 straight hours of Fruit Ninja
01:15:25 - NBA Baller Beats adds a real basketball to your Kinect arsenal, we attempt to go hands-on (video)
01:19:00 - Best of E3





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