TSA E3 Bingo: Your Picks

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Yesterday we revealed our picks and today it is the turn of yours.  We received 84 entries for the competition, so with 4 top prizes of a Valkyria Chronicles art book and 500 TSA Points up for grabs, those who entered have got a pretty good 1 in 21 chance of winning, assuming E3 does not get cancelled due to swine flu.

Only three TSAers decided to cover their bases and opt to use one of their twelve picks for that possibility.  So if that happens, though E3 is reportedly “progressing as planned” and we have no cause to believe otherwise at the moment, those three will win one of the top prizes with the final winner’s name being drawn out of the TSA sock.

Each of the 56 numbers was picked by at least one of you, with the top two choices being picked by two thirds of entrants.  Your top two were the same as the staff, albeit swapped around.  Your fifth most popular pick also matched that of the staff.  So here, in order of popularity, are the items you have picked.  After each item is the number of entrants who picked it.

  • 28. Team ICO’s new game named and a trailer shown. {59}
  • 20. SCEA gloat about the success of the PSN Video Store. Reassure Europe it’s on the way for them. {55}
  • 23. EyePet launch dated. {49}
  • 9. Naughty Dog’s Evan Wells plays Uncharted 2’s multi-player on-stage. {48}
  • 5. David Cage appears on-stage to talk about Heavy Rain. {46}
  • 31. New PS3 peripheral announced. A motion-sensing, “wand” controller. {45}
  • 36. No new PSP announced. So this is more of a non-announcement. {43}
  • 43. LittleBigPlanet PSP will allow you to create objects for uploading to your PS3 LBP level. {43}
  • 4. Kazunori Yamauchi appears on-stage to talk about Gran Turismo 5. {38}
  • 27. Gran Turismo 5 launching worldwide in time for Christmas. {37}
  • 8. Zipper Interactive play MAG on-stage. {35}
  • 17. PS2 games coming to the PSN Store later in the year. {29}
  • 12. PS3 price to be cut by $50. {25}
  • 54. Nintendo launch the Wii in a range of colours to get people buying it again. {25}
  • 2. New PSP will launch in a LittleBigPlanet bundle. {24}
  • 6. Dylan Cuthbert appears on-stage to talk about PixelJunk 1-4. {23}
  • 55. Nintendo restate that third-party titles do well on the Wii. Madworld gets mentioned. Nintendo change the subject. {23}
  • 1. New UMD-less PSP announced. {20}
  • 40. New WipEout PSP title announced. {20}
  • 37. Jade Raymond promotes the PSP version of Assassin’s Creed. {19}
  • 16. New PS3 firmware coming later in the year that will deliver backwards-compatibility with PS2 via software. {18}
  • 39. New Killzone PSP title announced. {18}
  • 10. David Jaffe plays God of War III on-stage. Does not swear. Not even once. {16}
  • 30. Q Games announce the first of their second series of PixelJunk games (i.e., PixelJunk 2-1). {16}
  • 15. New PS3 firmware announced. Includes slimmed-down, in-game XMB. {15}
  • 32. Starhawk demonstrated on the show floor. {14}
  • 24. God of War III demo goes up on the PSN Store during E3 (2nd-4th June). {13}
  • 35. A 250GB PS3 will be launched before Christmas. {12}
  • 41. LittleBigPlanet PSP demo goes up on the PSN Store during E3 (2nd-4th June). {12}
  • 48. “PS2 Essentials” God of War I & II double game pack announced. {12}
  • 22. Heavy Rain demo goes up on the PSN Store during E3 (2nd-4th June). {11}
  • 46. “Decade of Games” range announced, featuring the best game from each year of the PS2’s release. {11}
  • 14. New PS3 firmware announced. Finally the clock/battery meter conflict will be resolved. {10}
  • 33. Starhawk revealed to support up to 64 players; different modes allow combat at all altitudes from the planet’s surface to orbit; persistent warfare across solar systems, similar to Tom Clancy’s EndWar’s online Global View. {10}
  • 34. With Gran Turismo 5 running on your PS3 and Gran Turismo Portable on your PSP, you can use your PSP as a wing mirror. {9}
  • 13. PS Cloud announced. MAG will be it’s first server-hosted, pay-as-you-play game. {8}
  • 18. Deal announced with MTV to bring original programming onto the PSN Video Store. {8}
  • 26. The first 3D game (in the same sense as 3D movies) will be released this calendar year. {8}
  • 11. PS3 price to be cut by $100. {7}
  • 45. A PSP version of Home is announced. Not 3D, but “space” and “avatar” based. {7}
  • 3. New PSP and Gran Turismo Portable demonstrated on-stage. {6}
  • 25. Blu-ray 3D movies coming to PS3 this calendar year. Time to buy a new TV. {6}
  • 7. Jack Tretton and Kazuo Hirai duet on stage with the new SingStar wireless mics. {4}
  • 19. Deal announced with Disney to bring original programming onto the PSN Video Store. {4}
  • 49. “PS2 Essentials” ICO and Shadow of the Colossus double game pack announced. {4}
  • 50. New range of casual games released accompanying a new controller. It looks remarkably like a black Wiimote. {4}
  • 52. Microsoft announce their Xbox handheld console incorporating Zune functionality. Plays original Xbox games. {4}
  • 51. Microsoft apologise for making recent 360’s report an E74 error instead of the RRoD, when it’s the same fault causing both. {3}
  • 56. E3 cancelled due to the Swine Flu pandemic. {3}
  • 21. Team ICO revealed to be the developers behind Xi on PlayStation Home. Compare their teaser picture with the Home manhole. {2}
  • 29. Team ICO’s new game playable at E3. {2}
  • 38. Hannah Montana appears promoting the Lilac PSP bundle. {2}
  • 42. Rock Band Unplugged demo goes up on the PSN Store during E3 (2nd-4th June). {2}
  • 47. “Decade of Games” bundle announced. $179 buys you a PS2 and the whole Decade of Games range of titles. {2}
  • 53. Microsoft announce the Xbox 360’s successor will launch before Christmas. {2}
  • 44. Team ICO’s new game is a PSP sequel to Shadow of the Colossus. Features wireless multi-player so you can team up against the Colossi. {1}
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