E3 descends upon the gaming world this week, and I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm super excited. Now this isn't a new thing for me, seeing how I'm always excited during the week of E3, but this year is different. After the last 2 disappointing years, I'm ready for the glitz and glammer of the "old E3" to return. If what everyone says is true, E3 looks to come back this year with a vengeance. There should be some huge hardware and software reveals from the big 3 companies (Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft), as well as a ton of jaw dropping games announced by all the major 3rd party developers. Most importantly though, the booth babes will be back, and I don't know about you, but E3 isn't E3 without the booth babes. Yep, this year should be a great E3, so let the craziness begin.
On another note, I went and saw the new Disney/Pixar animated movie UP this weekend. Have any of you seen it yet? If not, you really should go. The movie is absolutely incredible. It's easily one of their best, and most mature movies they've ever made. Pixar is just one of those companies that sets really high expectations before their movies are released, and then beats those expectations every time. Can you imagine how awesome it would be if a video game company could do that. The only two companies I can think of that always does that is Blizzard and Valve. They both set high expectations for their games and they always deliver and/or beat them. It' to bad the rest of the video game industry can't do that.
Anyways, let's get back to the movie UP before I completely lose my train of thought. Please go see this movie. Take your friends, take your girlfriend, take your wife, take your kids, they will all absolutely love it. This is a movie that will not only make you laugh out loud, but will also touch your heart, and possibly even make you shed a few tears in the process. Don't worry though, because if you go and see it in 3D, no one can see you cry, since your tears will be hidden behind your 3D glasses. Yep, I'm afraid that Pixar has once again created an animated film that's so good it rivals the absolute best live action movies that exist, so grab a bucket of popcorn, and a drink, and go see this awesome movie. Trust me you won't regret it.