"The future begins!" That's the slogan for E3 this year and the 45,000 registrants got to see the latest in gaming and entertainment and the exhibitors did not disappoint.
Real or Virtual Reality it's hard for David Bouchard to tell the difference while he was fighting this guy.
"You're completely immersed in the game. If you look up, down, left, right everything you do is animated the dragon comes at you at the end. It's pretty crazy," Bouchard said.
Bouchard was using Playstation's Morpheus. Javier Fernandez is Project Manager for the product.
"This is our first prototype on the VR. We have been working on this for awhile and we decided to show this to public," Fernandez said. "This is not close to a final product yet, but we want to show to everyone play station is focusing on the future of games," Fernandez said.
Playstation's Morpheusmay not be ready yet, but there's a whole lot I games that are.
The Electronic, Entertainment Expo is billed as the world leading trade show for everything gaming. Victor Lugo a Combat Designer.
"That's called the last breath it's a unique move for TJ," Lugo said.
Whether you like fighting, flying, driving or saving the world there's something for everyone.
This year the attention has shifted from gamers to reaching the broader consumer. Jessa Brezinski was showing off Dance Central on the XBOX.
"I think it's a very primal desire that people like to move, even if they're a little nervous at first and this game makes if really easy for people to get up and star moving," Brezinski said.