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While some may be questioning the new name for the codenamed Project Natal, one thing you can’t question is the functionality. As many people already know, if you invent something that lets people execute a task in a quickier, easier way, you are onto something. Voice recognition in Microsoft’s Kinect aims to do just that.

No need to get up, no need to pick up that remote, just speak up. Microsoft Kinect will provide voice recognition commands which will allow easy interaction of Xbox 360′s user interface. “If you see it, just say it.” Read more… »

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[UPDATE]: Gameplay video now added.

In the Microsoft Press Conference today at E3, Hideo Kojima and producer Shigenobu Matsuyama displayed, for the first time, gameplay footage of Metal Gear Solid: Rising featuring the cybernetic ninja Raiden of Metal Gear Solid 2 and Metal Gear Solid 4 fame. Most of the footage showed Raiden running around, sword in hand, slicing and dicing his way through multiple enemies, with the Metal Gear flare we’ve all come to love.

The most intriguing part came with what was simply dubbed in the video as “Cut what you will,” followed by Raiden carving his way through building columns, vans, and in Hideo Kojima fashion, a watermelon. At the end, the video asks “What will you cut?” I don’t know about you, but I plan on cutting just about every-damn-thing at midnight the day it comes out. Check back at Gamer Limit later for gameplay video once the Microsoft Press Conference is over, as well as all of your E3 2010 coverage needs!

Today at the Microsoft Press conference, Peter Molyneux, creator of the Fable series, stated that “your journey leads you from revolutionary to ruler” – that’s something we already knew from before.

But what we didn’t know was that Fable III is releasing on October 26th, 2010, this year. Gamestop previously listed it at November first, but now we know the truth! Are you planning on pre-ordering it, or are you disappointed with the series enough to skip this one?

“When you plan to play Call of Duty for the next 3 years, you want to play it on Xbox 360″ – words that were uttered today at the Wiltern Theater.

Just like with Modern Warfare 2, all map packs will now be timed exclusives on the 360, starting with Treyarch’s Black Ops. If there’s one thing I could say about Microsoft, it’s that they know how to lock down their timed exclusives. GTA IV is just one of many titles they brilliantly scooped up before the competition, which only meant tons of lost sales for the very tardy PS3 version.

Today, City Interactive announced its line-up for this year’s E3, and while the news is limited, buzz is beginning to generate around Sniper: Ghost Warrior.   Playable versions of Sniper will be available on the PC and Xbox 360.

“Thanks in part to the overwhelming reception of Sniper: Ghost Warrior within the industry, retailers and consumers, 2010 has already been an exciting year for us,” said Marek Tymi?ski, CEO of City Interactive. “As we continue to broaden our platform offerings and grow our presence throughout North America, we hope to meet with IP owners and development houses whose content is a fit for our portfolio.”

Among other titles, City Interactive will be showcasing:

  • Combat Wings: The Great Battles of WWII (Wii)
  • Crime Lab: Body of Evidence (DS)
  • Farm Frenzy Animal Country (DS)
  • Jewels of the Tropical Lost Island (DS)
  • Logic Machines (DS)


“Thanks in part to the overwhelming reception of Sniper: Ghost Warrior within the industry, retailers and consumers, 2010 has already been an exciting year for us,” said Marek Tymi?ski, CEO of City Interactive.  “As we continue to broaden our platform offerings and grow our presence throughout North America, we hope to meet with IP owners and development houses whose content is a fit for our portfolio.”

In the week’s eve prior to E3, nearly every developer on the planet is coming out of the wood work to release their line of titles.  While some will easily pass under many gamers’ radars, there are some you ought to keep an eye out.

Recently announced, developer Natsume will be unveiling a series of titles, and while they fall on the family-oriented / casual side of life, they should add a nice boom to the DS’s repertoire.  Come to think of it, their whole line up are DS titles. Read more… »

Our correspondents are all stocked up with laptops, free wifi, mics, cameras and probably far too much red bull. They’re ready and rearing to hit the floor and start reporting about everyone and everything.

Our coverage of E3 2010 is our second trip, and also is the first appearance of RAW. What the hell is RAW? Well, basically, there’s going to be a hell of a lot of everything going on at E3. You know this, we know this. So our emphasis is not to gloss it all up with funny little pictures and witty banter, like we normally do.

RAW is just that – the Raw feed. What the editors normally take from our journalists to mould will, for the week of E3, be posted directly onto the site. Our guys will tweak it a little bit to make sure its legible, but other then that – it’s going to be an information overload.

Which is a good thing right? (The answer is yes.)

So the second we hear it, you’ll hear it. If we see it, you’ll see it. Expect instant Twitter updates on show room impressions, as well as full length previews, with exclusive pictures and video.

So in the next coming month, look forward to commentary on the whole expo – from the conferences, to the games, to the weird and strange events that seem to occur every year. There will be podcasts, vBlogs, interviews from the floor, and heaps more.

Enjoy!

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Our correspondents are all stocked up with laptops, free wifi, mics, cameras and probably far too much red bull. They’re ready and rearing to hit the floor and start reporting about everyone and everything.

Our coverage of E3 2010 is our second trip, and also is the first appearance of RAW. What the hell is RAW? Well, basically, there’s going to be a hell of a lot of everything going on at E3. You know this, we know this. So our emphasis is not to gloss it all up with funny little pictures and witty banter, like we normally do.

RAW is just that – the Raw feed. What the editors normally take from our journalists to mould will, for the week of E3, be posted directly onto the site. Our guys will tweak it a little bit to make sure its legible, but other then that – it’s going to be an information overload.

Which is a good thing right? (The answer is yes.)

So the second we hear it, you’ll hear it. If we see it, you’ll see it. Expect instant Twitter updates on show room impressions, as well as full length previews, with exclusive pictures and video.

So in the next coming month, look forward to commentary on the whole expo – from the conferences, to the games, to the weird and strange events that seem to occur every year. There will be podcasts, vBlogs, interviews from the floor, and heaps more.

Enjoy!