Polygon Daily: Playstation Briefing Live Chat (Monday 6/9)

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Here's the list of events happening today (PDT), all of which will be covered here on Polygon along with some other goodies:

9-9:30 a.m. - MICROSOFT PRE-SHOW


11:30 a.m. to noon - MICROSOFT POST-SHOW / EA PRE-SHOW


2-2:30 p.m. - EA POST-SHOW

2:30-3 p.m. - UBISOFT PRE-SHOW


3:30-4 p.m. - UBISOFT POST-SHOW

5:30-6 p.m. - SONY PRE-SHOW



Whilst you're waiting for the expo to begin let's start with a recap.


Microsoft E3 2014 press conference in under 5 minutes by Russ Frushtick

Cuphead is a game. Watch it, view it by Jenna Pitcher

Come watch the new Mirror's Edge 2 footage, and let's discuss what the first game did wrong by Ben Kuchera

Watch nine minutes of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare here by Samit Sarkar

NHL 15 saves its best for sports' last next-gen debut by Owen S. Good

FIFA 15 brings out the emotional ups and downs of a soccer match by Owen S. Good

The defense presents the opening argument for Madden NFL 15 by Owen S. Good

Dragon Age: Inquisition explores moral quandaries in a vast world by Colin Campbell

The Sims 4 digs deep into emotions, personalities and casual attire by Colin Campbell


I’d be too ashamed buying it myself, even for the joke.

First I would have to create two people (Andy Dufresne style), a mother and son. I’ll have the game billed to her and shipped to a PO box in his name. Once it arrives, a man hired through several intermediaries will pick up the package, transport it via a surgically created cavity in his chest to Arizona, where he’ll then bury it at an unmarked location in the Mojave Desert. This man will promptly be disposed of.

After a couple of years when the heat dies down, a sleeper agent in the area will activate and discreetly comb the desert under the guise of a geological survey until he comes across the item. At the same time, a second sleeper agent in Lincoln, Nebraska will be en route to the first’s location (following the homing beacon implanted in his skull) in a stolen 2014 Buick LaCrosse for the hand-off. The police will report a stolen Buick, but this Buick doesn’t look like a Buick.

They’ll make the hand-off, after which the homing beacon in agent #1’s skull will self-destruct. The second agent will secure Bullet Girls in the passenger seat as a hacked Google Earth satellite zooms in and snaps a photo. The agent in the Buick, game in hand, then crosses the Mexican border where members of a drug cartel just happen to be waiting, eager to make an example out of our friend. The car is a smoldering pile of ashes by the time the Federales arrive.

Meanwhile, the photo will have been uploaded from Google’s servers to every major image sharing website where it is then picked up by Reddit. Several days later as I’m browsing Reddit’s front page, I’ll stumble upon the image and choose to share it with my Polygon Daily buds along with some condescending commentary, like "Look at this weeb. This is the reason the Japanese industry is dead."

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