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E3: Let the games begin

Game companies at the Electronic Entertainment Expo are looking to juice up sales through price breaks, product launches and forays into rivals' turf.

roundup Video game companies at the Electronic Entertainment Expo are looking to juice up sales through price breaks, product launches and forays into rivals' turf.
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Nokia's N-Gage calls on gamers
Doug Dawson, corporate communications manager, Nokia Canada

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EyeToy focuses on gaming
Ryan Bowling, spokesperson, Sony PlayStation

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Dell powers up gamers
Vibha Monteiro, product marketing manager, Dell

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Intel fuels speedier gaming chips
Ralph Bond, consumer education manager, Intel

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Planar plays with flat-panel design
Rob Baumgartner, product manager, Planar

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Microsoft battles Sony with new online sports network
James Bernard, Xbox marketing manager, Microsoft

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Nintendo's Game Boy and GameCube connect
Chris Campbell, product developer, Nintendo

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Microsoft sings with new Xbox feature
James Bernard, Xbox marketing manager, Microsoft

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Logitech steers gamers to 'Gran Turismo'
John Faust, product manager, Logitech

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'Final Fantasy' takes the adventure online
Kyoko Yamashita, representative, Square Enix

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'Matrix' reloads for gamers
Dave Perry, president, Shiny Entertainment

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Nokia promotes N-Gage wireless gaming device
Anssi Vanjoki, executive vice president, Nokia Mobile Phones

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Sony debuts Eye Toy for PlayStation 2
Kaz Hirai, president, Sony Computer Entertainment America


Game makers generate a lot of noise but not much in the way of fresh ideas at the annual conference.
May 16, 2003


Publishers of video game software say they're taking a second look at the console in the wake of declining sales.
May 15, 2003


A trio of new video game consoles will hit the market sometime this decade, but don't expect any details from this year's E3 show.
May 15, 2003


Upcoming gear from Coaxsys relies on home cable outlets to deliver fast network connections for gaming and digital video.
May 15, 2003


The Army is releasing new additions to its popular, free PC game and looks to the Iraq conflict for future material.
May 14, 2003


The electronics giant has been eyeing the handheld gaming market for years but held off until technology and the market were right, a company executive says.
May 14, 2003


The software giant says it's aiming for a broader audience with the machine, which now costs $179 in the United States, down from $199.
May 14, 2003


The electronics giant, whose PlayStation 2 living-room games console has outsold rivals from Microsoft and Nintendo 3-to-1, announces plans for a handheld game player.
May 13, 2003


3DO, maker of the "Army Men" series of computer games, watches its stock tumble after it issues a revenue warning and announces layoffs. A sale of the company is a possibility.
May 14, 2003


Microsoft unveils a digital music and photo add-on for the video game console, marking the first venture for the Xbox beyond gaming.
May 12, 2003


Predictions regarding possible price cuts on game machines run the gamut, as the industry prepares for its main trade show of the year.
May 9, 2003