E3 a chance to address gamers' questions
LOS ANGELES (AP) - What is the next generation of gaming?
It's a question the video game industry hasn't quite figured out yet, but it's one it must confront at this week's Electronic Entertainment Expo, the much-hyped Los Angeles trade show where about 46,000 attendees are expected to play, poke and prod new video games and gizmos from more than 200 exhibitors.
Possible answers have included better graphics, cloud computing, increased social networking capabilities, smarter artificial intelligence, more computing power and new entertainment options.
While the actual answer is likely a combination of all the above, it doesn't seem like next-gen console creators have been able to effectively communicate that idea.