The Electronics Entertainment Expo is in it's final day right now in Los Angeles, but the major announcements came in the show's first two days. Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, the major three names in video games, all unveiled new games, accessories, and systems for their respective consoles.
Microsoft's Xbox showed off some anticipated titles like Halo 4, and teased a new Gears of War, but the biggest surprise was SmartGlass. It' not necessarily a physical product (it's not even a type of glass,) but a service that syncs your Xbox media with any Windows 8 PC, or smart phone.
Sony previewed some software titles, and a new Move peripheral called WonderBook, but had very few surprises. No price points or release dates have been scheduled for the major announcements, but expect the SmartGlass feature to be delivered via a free software update.