We're live at the EA press conference; OTS will be there and we have a special activity for you GameSpotters!
Today, in addition to our special episode of On the Spot, we are having our live stream of the EA press conference at 1:00 p.m. PT. What might you expect to see and hear from this epic coverage? Well, awesome info on games, of course, but we don't spot and spill, so we're going to keep it a secret. You're just going to have to watch today's episode to find out.
As for our regularly scheduled On the Spot episode, we will be shooting live at EA's campus, and you can expect to see games like NHL 12, Sims 3 pet, Madden NFL 12, and much more! We here have been made privy to some information about a few surprises that EA has in store for you Spotters.
We are also having a special community activity as a part of this week's episode of
On the Spot.
What games do YOU think are the secret surprises that will be on the stage show?
Too easy? Well, how about the sequence they appear in?
While watching the press conference might help with what some of those surprises are, we are challenging you GameSpotters to see if you can guess the order of the game lineup during today's episode of On the Spot.
Submit your answers via a Private Message to GS-Community to keep your answers to yourself. Those who have the best guess as to the OTS game lineup for the live show at EA's campus by 4:00 p.m. PT just might get a little goodie...maybe even two.
Important note! No entries will be accepted after 4:00 p.m. PT, so make sure you stay tuned and keep those eyes peeled for your chance at some GameSpot goodies.
I already submitted my activity answers to GS-Community. I pray that if I get lucky, I will get something in return.
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