The creatures of the highly praised Oblivion and Fallout 3 are expanding their role as a game creator, and publisher. It has been rumored for quite some time that Splash Damage is working on a first-person shooter. With this confirmation in hand, a teaser trailer was released last night showing off a brand new game that will be available for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. You’ll be teased…to the Brink.
Confirmation is an excellent thing, as it makes for covering the expo much more doable. With only a few days left before E3, Namco-Bandai has let us know what we should expect them to be showcasing next week in Los Angeles. Some of the games include Tekken 6 and Dead to Rights. Want to know everything? Take a peak at the press release. Oh, and just so you know? No mention of Splatterhouse. Sigh
The close we get, the more information we have to pass onto you! So much for the calm before the storm of E3, ehe? Activision has just announced what games it will be bringing with them to the Electronic Entertainment Expo!
Obviously we’ve all got a lot of questions about Tony Hawk’s Ride, and everyone is always curious about the next version of Guitar Hero, but what else is Activision bringing? Remember, this doesn’t include unannounced, or surprise games!
Electronic Arts has become a gaming giant like no other. With multiple AAA titles a year spanning many genres and franchises, they have earned the respect of the gaming community, and of the business world.
We’re all eagerly anticipating titles like Brutal Legend, Fifa 10, and Battlefield 1943 to be showcased, but there is a whole lot more coming from EA than some of us even realize. Hit the jump for a massive press release. Remember this doesn’t include announcements, or secret titles. Still things to be excited for!
The sales of Wii Fit are absolutely through the roof, and much more than we ever could have expected. It is no wonder that Nintendo is looking to capitalize on their succsess and create another Wii Fit.
If Nintendo is determined to bring to us a better press conference this year, it will be interesting to see how they balance between the casual and hardcore gaming communities. Or, will they find a way to embrace both?
We all know that Reggie is still all about kicking ass and taking names, but what we did not know is whether or not Nintendo staples would be at E3 or not. However Nintendo is still confirming that Reggie Fils-Aime, Cammie Dunaway, President Iwata, and Mr. Miyamoto will all be attending, and appearing at their press conference for the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
The event, which takes place at Los Angeles’ Club Nokia on Tuesday, June 2, will focus on “information about upcoming products.” The doors open at 7:30 in the morning, I’m glad I’m not going to be there for that one.
With less than a week out, games are already being announced and lineups are almost constantly being revealed. We all know Sega is bringing its big hits like Alpha Protocol and Lost Planet 2. What else is the House of Sonic bringing? Check this latest press release out for all the juicy details! Oh, and remember this list does not include unannounced, or secret games! Which ones are you excited for?
It looks like those who were hoping on hopes for a big reveal from David Jaffe and his development team Eat Sleep Play at this year’s E3 will need to simmer down and forget it. We have now learned that, while Jaffe himself will be in attendance, there will be no surprises. And that means no Twisted Metal (this year). How did we come by this information? I’m afraid this one’s straight from the horse’s mouth. Hit the jump for a full quote and a link to Jaffe’s video blog.
If you’ve been following E3 news at all, you’ll know that Capcom announced two ‘mystery games’ along with their E3 game lineup. For better or worse, Mystery Game #1 had been accidentally revealed a bit early, as Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom.
Now, all we’re left with is Mystery Game #2. Capcom has recently been using their Twitter to drop neat pieces of small news, and even free download codes for iPhone games to anyone who cares to look. Recently, their tidbits of news have been revolving around Mystery Game #2.
First Capcom is fearful of baconitis, now On Live is reeling from retail. That’s right, the future streaming video game service provider is claiming that E3 simply isn’t the right climate for them. On Live’s Mike McGarvey said, “More than anything, E3 is a retail-oriented conference, both for retail platforms and retail publishers, and OnLive is neither.” Does that mean On Live units won’t be purchased via retail? The stork perhaps? Digital downloads of new consoles somehow? Hit the jump for more. Read more… »
It was already reported that Blizzard would not be attending E3, and it looks like the swine-flu just scared Dead Rising 2′s development team.
But who else isn’t coming? Read more… »
If I were a betting man, I’d say that the hype surrounding this E3 is more mysterious than ever. We don’t know a lot that is going to happen, but we’re glad to confirm to you that APB will be showcased at E3 this year!