As it does every four or five years, the video game industry is rebooting itself this year. Instead of rolling out brand new game systems for the living room, though, manufacturers are looking to build on the market they’ve already created.
“The video game sector is nearing a turning point, with the potential for new hardware innovations and a strong development pipeline to reinvigorate growth,” says Colin Sebastian, an analyst with Lazard Capital Markets.
There was a lot of new hardware and technology on display and being talked about at E3, the gaming industry’s annual trade show. Here’s a look at some of the more interesting pieces.
By Chris Morris, Special to CNBC.com
Posted 16 June 2010