E3 is nearly upon us. The event every gamer looks forward to annually will be arriving June 11-13. EA has once again secured their usual time and place on the day before the event, June 10, starting at 1 pm, thanks to this source here at mynintendonews.
While I don’t have the greatest admiration for EA and their money-hungry way of doing things, I can’t help but think about what we may see and hear from their press conference. It’s only been days now since their announcement of The Sims 4.
Let’s Hope We All Remain Peaceful
The Winter Olympics will be held February 2014 in Sochi, Russia for the first time. The Olympics haven’t been held in Russia since Moscow held the Summer Games in 1980. That is best remembered because it is the year the US-led boycott around 50 countries from competing. However, since the collapse of the Soviet Union Russia has re-emerged as a world power and the 2014 Olympic Games will give the world a chance to see a “new Russia” Sochi’s mayor told Time magazine.
Medication for happiness or your worst addiction? World Series Of Poker starts soon!
The World Series of Poker is beginning May 29 and will last until July 15. It is the largest series of poker tournaments in the world and grows larger each year. It’s held annually in Las Vegas and anyone over the age of 21 is allowed to enter. They have events ranging from No-limit Hold’em to Seven Card Stud and even H.O.R.S.E. Any poker game you could think of likely has an event at this series. 62 events are scheduled this year, one more than last year.
War for the most annoying instrument, As well as FIFA World cup coming next year
The FIFA World Cup. One of, if not THE biggest tournament in European Football. The 2014 World Cup begins June 12, 2014, and will end July 13. Brazil will be hosting the competition it’s second time. It first held the World Cup in 1950 when Uruguay won the championship. Construction is continuing on the stadiums the teams will compete in. Check out the stadiums for the World Cup 2014 (thanks to FIFA.com).
Kobe Bryant’s admittance Lakers star Kobe Bryant was accused of Sexual Assault in 2003. He denied all of the assault accusations but admitted to the adulterous affair, claiming it was mutual. The charges were all dropped but the stain of his affair was still there.