Laser Time’s E3 2016 Streaming Schedule!

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The biggest video game event of the year starts soon, and beginning Monday morning, the Laser Time nerds will be live streaming reactions to the press conferences…

Wow, how can it be time for E3 all over again? Yup, starting early this week is the biggest video game event of the the and we here at Laser Time intend to live commentate on the most important press conferences. And just like last year, you’ll be able to watch our reactions live on our YouTube channel. It’s gonna be tons of fun! Why, just check out the biggest “OH SHIT” moments from 2015…

Clearly that’s enough to sell you on watching us react to this year’s bombastic events, right? So, just which E3 2016 press conferences will we be watching and when? Here’s our highly selective schedule!

Microsoft’s Press Conference @ 9:30AM Pacific Time Monday

We’ll be up bright and early Monday morning to see just what the be green giant has planned. A redesigned system? New exclusives? Something to make Gears of War 4 look compelling? We’ll be watching, mainly so we can hope for a release date for Cuphead.

Ubisoft’s Press Conference @ 1:00PM Pacific Time Monday

After a few hours break, we’ll be going live again in the afternoon, watching the most French games publisher go to work. Will we get to see more of Assassin’s Creed, South Park, and/or Far Cry? And just how awkwardly French will the presentation get? Find out alongside us.

Sony’s Press Conference @ 6:00PM Pacific Time Monday

In 2015, Sony hosted the most wild and shocking press conference I think E3 has ever seen. Can PlayStation even hope to approach the reveals of Last Guardian, a Final Fantasy VII remake, and Shenmue 3? Honestly, that seems impossible, but we’re waiting to find out (and thanks to the timing of it, that does mean no Monday Night Movie this week. Apologies.)

Nintendo’s Zelda Live Stream @ 9:00AM Pacific Time Tuesday

And then, that very next morning, the traditional Nintendo video will be a little bit different. Reportedly it’ll all be focused on 2017’s heavily anticipated Zelda game, with only a handful of other games even getting featured later on in the show. Can Wii U’s Legend of Zelda really be that impressive? We’ll be up early Tuesday to find out.

Just to be clear, we’re planning to stream each of these to YouTube, NOT to our Twitch channel. So if you want to be certain when we start streaming our live reactions, subscribe to our YouTube Channel! In the meantime, take a look back at last year’s videos to have a better idea of how we’ll be doing it this week!

Are you as excited as we are to hang out during E3? What are you hoping to see? Tell us all about it in the comments! See you Monday morning!!!!!!

7 thoughts on “Laser Time’s E3 2016 Streaming Schedule!

  1. Unfortunately, I can only catch the Sony one with everybody, but that’ll probably be the most interesting one anyway based on how many bombs Sony had to drop last year. Will they have anything up their sleeves this time? Or will it just be Kratos teabagging a cyclops?

  2. Due to timezones, I can only do The Sony One. I might be able to wake up at 6 am for the Ubisoft. But there is no way in hell i’m staying until for 4 am to watch the Microsoft one. Did it once and i’ll never do it again.

  3. Of course Laser Time dumps on Xbox (that’s why I stopped listening to VgA). I think Gow4 looks great, and the multiplayer beta was better than I anticipated (and I don’t even care about multiplayer). It’ll be interesting to see if any new Cuphead info is given. I’m also anticipating the next Forza entry and am curious about Sea of Thieves and Recore, not to mention any new surprises. The Sony conference is the one I can skip because they’re going to shove VR down my throat, and most of their showings tend to be games that come out…eh, who knows when?

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