Egotastic! Invited to E3 Starting Monday

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bill-swift - June 2, 2012

Remember how MTV broke our hearts by banning us from their upcoming Movie Awards? Well, we turned lemonade into Hard Lemonade and got ourselves the big-ups invite to E3, the largest video game convention on our home planet.

We're taking a monster first step into the pool of the video game industry when Egotastic! launches its 'Hot Coffee' video gaming coverage of E3 2012. (Bonus points if you get the 'Hot Coffee' reference.) Our feet, jaws and frontal lobes are already sore from all of the walking, talking and mind-blowing we're going to be doing. Yes, we're bringing flasks.

There's Nintendo's Wii U revelation and all the games that go with it. We're going to see Halo 4, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, FIFA Soccer 13 and so much more. There will be skintight outfits, loud music, sugar foods and late nights -- and that's just the weekend leading up to E3.

Keep your eyes and browsers on our Video Gaming page all week beginning at 10AM PDT on Monday June 4. That's when we'll be updating live from the Microsoft Press Briefing where we're expecting to hear more on Halo 4, the new Gears of War title and sensational new hardware and content news from MSFT.

After that, we'll be crawling all over Los Angeles sneaking into press briefings and video game publisher exhibits to bring you all the news, trailers and updates from SONY, Nintendo, Activision, Electronic Arts and anybody else that has something to say about videogames. This is the one time of year where loose lips are willing to discuss every video game coming out in the next 12 months and we're ready to listen. We might even see a sweet young woman or three at the show. Stay tuned.

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