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E3 For All - your front row ticket!

Some may see this weekend's new E for all show, as a chance for the public to experience the sort of crazy gaming extravaganza that previously colossal games trade show E3 became famous for.

But you may not realise the public have been getting into the real E3 for the past three years, thanks to United Games Media, who sat a few lucky members of the gaming public in-front of games such as Unreal III, Super Mario Galaxy, SPORE, Wii Fit, Singstar, Assassin's Creed and many more, with cameras right on them, to capture the moment their jaw hit the floor.

Real playtests of real games by real gamers.

And now - you've got access to it all.

Online right now at www.e3videos.com

Watch as Alex Colcombe from Lincolnshire, complains about the lack of innovation, only for Nintendo's Rob Saunders to take him behind a curtain for the world's first look at Nintendo DS in 2004.

See how Tim Chadfield, also from the UK, had his breath taken away, when Sony presented their PSP also at E3 2004.

Be there, as the ladies from PC Clan Girlz Destruct take the X360 launch games through their paces when it was first unveiled at E3 2005.

Fast-forwards to 2006, and gamer Dan Molina from Los Angeles, tells it like it is as he gets to grips with PlayStation 3's Genji - "What a disappointment!", only for him to wrap his hands around the controls in WarHawk, and wrap his eyes around the graphics in Heavenly Sword to concede: "now this(!)...this re-installs my faith in the PS3 line-up!"

Watch as gamer Jovan Rocha is one of the first people ever to get their hands on Super Mario Galaxy. "This is so new!" he exclaims, in wide-eyed-wonder.

This is what real games journalism is all about, and it comes full circle, as coming soon, we reveal new details about NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams for Wii, in our latest exclusive video from 2007!

In the meanwhile, we've also uploaded a 25minute extract from our hour-long documentary: "What's Next?:For Videogames" - a project initially funded by loans from The Princes Trust - so please show your support.

Further content will be launched online in the coming weeks, from E3 2007, Develop 2007, and more from United Games Media's exclusive feature length documentary: "What's Next?: For Videogames".

So keep 'em peeled, on www.e3videos.com

List of movie chapters:

110 Game Previews from (E3 2006):

Meet the Gamers

LA Convention Centre

Steve Boxer - Nintendo Roundup.

Wii - Jovan's Nintendo Wii Playtest Intro

Wii - Zelda: Twilight Princess (Playtest)

Wii - Security Cord Disclaimer

Wii - Tony Hawk: Downhill Jam (Playtest)

Wii - Wii Sports Baseball (Playtest)

Wii - Wii Sports Tennis (Playtest)

Wii - Wario Ware: Smooth Moves (Playtest)

Wii - Red Steel (Playtest)

Wii - Super Mario Galaxy (Playtest)

Wii - Sonic and the Secret Rings (Playtest)

Wii - Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (Playtest)

Wii - Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz (Playtest)

Wii - Excite Truck (Playtest)

Wii - Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (Playtest)

Adam Doree - Sony Roundup.

PS3 - Dan's PlayStation 3 Playtest Intro

PS3 - Genji: Days of the Blade (Playtest)

PS3 - WarHawk (Playtest)

PS3 - Resistance: Fall of Man (Playtest)

PS3 - Sonic The Hedgehog (Playtest)

PS3 - Gran Turismo HD Demo (Playtest)

PS3 - Heavenly Sword (Playtest)

PS3 - Dan's Thoughts So Far

PS3 - Virtua Fighter 5 (Playtest)

PS3 - Virtua Tennis 3 (Playtest)

PS3 - Eye of Judgement (Playtest)

PS3 - SingStar (Playtest)

PS3 - Cross Media Bar

PS3 - Blu-Ray Movies

PS3 - Dan's Final Thoughts

X360 - Xbox 360 Intro

X360 - Call of Duty 3

X360 - Crackdown

X360 - Shadow Run

X360 - Lost Planet

X360 - F.E.A.R. Intro

X360 - F.E.A.R. (Playtest)

X360 - Indiana Jones

X360 - Test Drive Unlimited

X360 - Rainbow Six: Vegas

X360 - Viva Pinata

X360 - Stranglehold Intro

X360 - Stranglehold Trailer

X360 - Stranglehold (Playtest)

PC - World In Conflict

PC - Crysis

PC - Battlefield 2142

PC - Unreal III Intro

PC - Unreal III Trailer

PC - Unreal III (Playtest)

PC - World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade

PC - Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising

PC - Safe Cracker Intro

PC - Safe Cracker (Playtest)

PC - Flight Simulator X

PC - Medieval II: Total War

PC - SPORE Intro

PC - SPORE Trailer

PC - SPORE (Playtest)

PS2 - Guitar Hero 2

PS2 - Socom: Combined Assault

PS2 - WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2007

PS2 - Marvel Ultimate Alliance

PS2 - God of War 2 Intro

PS2 - God of War 2 (Playtest)

PS2 - Phantasy Star Universe

PS2 - God Hand

PS2 - Ghost Rider

PS2 - Naruto: Ultimate Ninja

PS2 - Final Fantasy XII Intro

PS2 - Final Fantasy XII (Playtest)

XBOX - Justice League Heroes

XBOX - Just Cause

XBOX - Reservoir Dogs

XBOX - Mortal Kombat: Armageddon

XBOX - Scarface Intro & Set

XBOX - Scarface Trailer

XBOX - Scarface (Playtest)

XBOX - Jaws Unleashed

XBOX - Thrillville

XBOX - Legend of Spyro

XBOX - Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures

XBOX - Destroy All Humans! 2 Intro

XBOX - Destroy All Humans! 2 (Playtest)

GC - Super Paper Mario

GC - One Piece: Grand Adventure

GC - Spongebob Square Pants: Creature from the Krusty Krab

GC - Zelda: Twilight Princess

GC - Lego Star Wars 2 Intro

GC - Lego Star Wars 2 (Playtest)

GC - Bionicle Heroes

GC - Tomb Raider: Legend

GC - Happy Feet

GC - Splinter Cell: Double Agent

GC - Barnyard

DS - Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin

DS - Children of Mana

DS - Custom Robo Arena

DS - Elite Beat Agents

DS - Yoshi's Island DS

DS - Zelda: Phantom Hourglass Intro

DS - Zelda: Phantom Hourglass: Single Player (Playtest)

DS - Zelda: Phantom Hourglass: Multiplayer (Playtest)

DS - Final Fantasy III DS

DS - Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime

DS - Mario v.s. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis

DS - Kirby's Mouse Attack

DS - Nintendo DS Browser

GBA - Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Red

GBA - Final Fantasy V Advance & Final Fantasy VI Advance

GBA - Lego Star Wars 2

GBA - The Bible Game

GBA - Capcom Classics Mini Mix

GBA - Sonic The Hedgehog

GBA - Zoo Digital Budget Titles:

(Princess Natasha: Student Secret Agent,

Monster Trucks Mayhem,

ATV Thunder Ridge Riders,

Harlem GlobeTrotters,

Rock'em Sock'em Robots).

GBA - Metal Slug Intro

GBA - Metal Slug (Playtest)

PSP - Metal Slug Anthology (Playtest)

PSP - ATV Offroad Fury Pro

PSP - Metal Gear Solid: Digital Graphic Novel

PSP - NBA 07

PSP - KillZone: Liberation Intro

PSP - KillZone: Liberation (Playtest)

PSP - Sonic Rivals

PSP - Legend of the Dragon

PSP - Superman Returns

PSP - Mortal Kombat: Unchained

PSP - Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters Intro

PSP - Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters (Playtest)

PSP - PSP Camera: Go! Cam

Final Thoughts - Console of the Show?

Final Thoughts - Disappointments of the Show?

Final Thoughts - Highlights of the Show?

Credit Roll.


DELETED SCENE - E3 Out-takes.


BONUS EXTRA - Will Wright's SPORE Demo Uncut

Xbox 360 Unveiling (E3 2005):

X360 - Introduction

X360 - Need for Speed: Most Wanted

X360 - Call of Duty 2

X360 - Top Spin Tennis 2

X360 - Kameo: Elements of Power

X360 - Condemned: Criminal Origins

X360 - Full Auto

X360 - TestDrive: Unlimited

X360 - Conclusion

E3 10th Anniversary (E3 2004):

Going to E3

Origins of E3

Registration and Entry

Being Badly Prepared

Games and ShowFloor Montage - Teej & WordSmith - Pen to the Page

PlayStation Area.

The Matrix Online

Lunch Time

Sonia's Thoughts So Far

Lack of Free Stuff

Lack of Innovation

Nintendo Stand

Metroid DS

WarioWare DS


Alex's Thoughts on NDS


Nintendo DS Montage - My Cousin Kate - SquareOne

PSP Montage - Teej - Intricate Instruments

PSP Hardware

Metal Gear ACID!

Legends of Eternia

Tim's Thoughts on PSP


What's Next? [25min extract of hour long documentary]:

The Talent Pipeline

Dare to be Digitial



Culture in Games


Games in Culture

Videogames in The Army

Videogames in Fashion: Joystick Junkies Fashion Label

Videogames in Clubs: JoyStick Junkies Club Night

Videogames in Government

Wider Markets

Bafta: Interactive New Talent Award

New Talent Award Acceptance Speech

Women In Games Conference

Electronic Sports World Cup: Female Counter Strike.

Electronic Sports World Cup: Montage

Playing for money

Videogaming as a recognised sport.

To be continued...

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United Games started life as a fanzine stocked at independent retailers between 1998 and 2003. In 2004, work began on the "What's Next?:For Videogames" DVDs, and E3 coverage. Now E3videos.com serves as a platform to watch all of United Games' previous DVD content as we transition it online, as well as serving as an exciting new publishing opportunity for new content to be quickly and easily uploaded and made immediately available to gamers via the internet.

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