This week, we answer the big questions from the annual E3 gaming and entertainment expo in Los Angeles. Will Sony's (NYSE:SNE) new $99 PlayStation TV be a catalyst for the stock? Will the new "Master Chief" edition of Halo be enough to satisfy gamers itching for a new version of Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) signature franchise?
And what about Nintendo (NASDAQOTH:NTDOY)? Amid disappointing sales for the Wii U, the gaming giant is preparing to release a number of big titles in 2015 while giving gamers more control of their experience. Is now the time to buy the stock?
Finally, we shift from the floor of E3 to the back lot of Walt Disney's (NYSE:DIS) Marvel Studios. Can Peyton Reed fill Edgar Wright's shoes directing Marvel's Ant-Man? Does landing Vincent D'Onofrio to play Kingpin in Daredevil mean the studio is back on track?
Analysts Nathan Alderman and Tim Beyers have these stories and more in this week's episode of 1-Up on Wall Street. Click the video to watch now, and then be sure to follow us on Twitter for more segments and regular geek news updates!
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