The Playstation 2 and XBOX were very instrumental in the adoption of the DVD format. The PS2 brought the DVD player into 87 million households, with 1.5 million sold in the first month alone. And with a High Definition DVD format war on the horizon, we look to the video game industry to see the future of movies in our home. The annual E3 video game convention takes place this week in Los Angeles California and our sister sites Joystiq.com and Engadget.com are there providing live coverage. Three next generation systems have been announced, and the good news is all of them will be HDTV and DVD compatible, but only one of them will play a next generation High Definition DVD format. Could this be enough to influence the future of watching movies at home?