The ceremony of The Game Awards hosted today in Los Angeles, started in the most epic way possible, with Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo joining on stage to kicks things off.
Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios Chairman Shawn Layden, Microsoft’s Xbox Division head Phil Spencer, and Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aimé walked on the stage and delivered a joint speech, basically tearing down the iron wall of the console war in a moment which can easily be defined as one that made history.
If you missed that epic moment at The Game Awards, don’t worry, as we recorded it for you. You can check it out below, and see if it inspires you to be more friendly with your fellow gamers who happen to have picked a different platform as opposed to your favorite.
Tell me this isn’t fantastic if you can. I will admit that I did tear up a bit.
Speaking of Phil Spencer, you can read what he recently said about the string of acquisitions performed by Microsoft, and a few hints on the next generation of Xbox hardware.
You can also read about Reggie Fils-Aimé’s comments on the possibility of revealing a Nintendo 64 Classic. At least for now, it’s not happening.