E3 2013 Press Event Schedule


It’s that time again, E3 2013 is just around the corner, and I thought it would be nice to have a handy schedule that you can come to for some nice quick easy access to see when all the good stuff is happening. So, with out further ado, here is your press event schedule for E3 2013, in Atlantic time!

Keep an eye on NovaGamer.ca, as well as our Facebook and Twitter feeds to catch live reactions and news straight from the pressers if you can’t watch them yourself!

Sunday, June 9:

2 PM – Call of Duty: Ghosts

Monday, June 10:

1:30 PM – Microsoft Press Conference

5 PM – EA Press Conference

7 PM – Ubisoft Press Conference

10 PM – Sony Press Conference

Tuesday, June 11:

11 AM – Nintendo Direct E3 Presentation

There you have it! It’s going to be a huge show this year and can’t wait to see what surprises Microsoft and Sony have up their sleeves!

What are you most looking forward to this year? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • M. Hawco June 8, 2013

    Hey, I believe your dates are one day ahead; so it should be Sunday, June 9, Monday June 10, and Tuesday, June 11. I look forward to following your E3 feed!

  • Austin June 8, 2013

    I’m looking forward most to Sony’s press briefing. Ultimately, they have the ability here to cash in on Microsoft’s less than stellar feature set when it comes to DRM and owning the content you buy (see http://www.abload.de/img/drm4yjrw.png as example). They’ve got a big list of announced games already ( http://www.reddit.com/r/Games/comments/1fxmn5/the_ps4_currently_has_48_games_officially/ ) which helps them in the long term. That being said, exclusives are always the important part of any launch so I’m hoping both MS and Sony drop some big names that we’ll be able to look forward to. Don’t be surprised for Sony to talk a lot more about the add-in features like Sharing and streaming, and put a clear indicator on their DRM policies.

    I’m hoping Nintendo announces some games for the WiiU other than Wind Waker HD. Star Fox would be nice. Smash Bros and new Mario content is also likely, but how many third parties are making games for this thing? Someone mentioned to me that they expect a WiiU ambassador’s club bonus like the early adopters for 3DS. I think this is possible.

    I’m also looking forward to whatever is coming to Vita/3DS. Vita has some strong up and comers (like Dragon’s Crown) and 3DS has a strong series of titles already released this year (Fire Emblem, Luigi’s Mansion). As Sony has previously stated that the Vita will be a big part of the PS4 lifecycle, this is a chance to set high expectations, and likely drop the price on the unit as they’ll want to move more prior to the PS4 launch.

    • Agreed Austin, Sony is in a pretty interesting spot. To believe they don’t have a DRM system in place I think is foolish, but they have seen the backlash that Microsoft has received and maybe can change things around regarding to their policy. I think it’s funny that Microsoft is taking all the heat, especially when Sony still hasn’t said boo regarding theirs. Not being a fanboy or anything, just devils advocate. It will be interesting to see the PS4 as a device and see how similar (or not) the DRM policies are.

      That being said, I personally am not too affected by this, sure, its annoying and seems like some rights as a consumer are being taken away on the surface, but when we buy a game and agree to that EULA which nobody reads it’s all in the fine print. Shitty yes, but what can you do? Microsoft is dragging consumers kicking and screaming into the future, and Sony will be right there with them I think.

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