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At this year’s E3, 46,800 industry professionals, journalists, retailers and analysts arrived in LA to experience the videogame industry’s biggest event of the year, and with over 200 exhibitors promoting their latest games and hardware, this year was arguably the biggest ever.
We cannot offer you a complete guide to E3 2011 (that would require writing a book), but we can give you this neat list featuring 10 thing that caught our attention during this year’s show. We had great games and impressive hardware on show and a lot of stuff happening in-between. Enjoy.
Serious Sam is making his PlayStation 3 debut with Serious Sam 3: BFE. Those familiar with the Serious Sam franchise will know that it likes to keep things simple when it comes to first person shooters. There are no regenerating health shields or perfectly placed walls for cover. As the tagline says, “No Cover, All Man.”
This year’s E3 was incredibly dense. Trailers, screenshots, impressions and press releases have been pouring out this week. Now that everyone has packed up and fled Los Angeles, we’d like to tie up a few loose ends with a trio of trailers for Far Cry 3, The Darkness II and Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception.
Starhawk, the spiritual successor the spiritual successor to LightBox Interactive’s Warhawk, has already garnered a great amount of attention from the gaming community, and for good reason.
Using the new Build & Battle mechanic, Starhawk lets players build fortresses, weapons, vehicles, and other structures with the push of a button, whenever and wherever they want. Blending elements of RTS with third person shooter, the game will be something both new and familiar to Warhawk fans.
PS3 Attitude got some hands-on time with one of Starhawk’s multiplayer modes, a variation of capture the flag, at Sony’s press conference event. How does the game shape up so far, and more importantly, did we capture the enemy’s flag?
With all that E3 week brings to the table it’s easy for our dear PlayStation Store updates to get lost in the shuffle.
It may not be the largest bevy of content to ever hit the PSN but there is some value to be had. Remember we’re all PlayStation Plus members for the time being. Take a look.
If you’ve got eight minutes (technically 7:50, the extra 10 seconds are your prerogative) to spare there are much worse ways to spend it than watching gameplay footage from one of the industry’s most widely anticipated games. Enjoy this extended look at id Software’s RAGE.
Today at E3, Sony Online Entertainment told us that Free Realms will be releasing in the EU soon. They were unwilling to give us an exact release date but did stress the word “soon”. So very vague, sure, but at least soon is sooner than later.
Sony is launching its first ever PlayStation branded television in an attempt to break down the barriers for those looking to join the 3D gaming revolution. The new set will feature a 24″ LCD screen and will produce full high-definition pictures, but its best feature is its price. You won’t need to sell your body to get this sexy piece of kit.
Also announced during Sony’s E3 press conference was a new PlayStation Move title, Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest, which is developed by Zindagi Games, the team behind Sports Champions.
Call of Duty used to shock gamers with its nuclear sized surprises and intense, action-packed gameplay; however, the series has become very formulaic, due to the number of sequels and the dead-end nature of escalation.
Everyone knows what to expect from Modern Warfare 3: you’ll face more soldiers, get knocked over by more blasts, be funnelled down more corridors and there’ll be even more on-rails sections. It’s so predictable, but people still get excited about new Call of Duty games, including us. That’s just the CoD phenomenon.
During their E3 conference, Sony announced that both God of War PSP games, Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta, will be fully remastered in HD, and released as the God of War Origins Collection for the PS3.
Square Enix have released a brand new Final Fantasy XIII-2 trailer for E3, which reveals possible plot and character details about the sequel to one of last year’s best-selling games.
Sly Cooper 4 has been rumoured for a couple of years now, but Sony have finally given platformer fans the news they’ve been waiting for, with the announcement of Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time.
During Sony’s E3 conference, Ken Levine, Creative Director at Irrational Games, took to the stage to announce that the PlayStation 3 version of BioShock Infinite will include Move functionality.
Tomb Raider’s pre-E3 CG trailer showed us a new Lara and a bold new direction for the series. It still looks like an adventure game, but it now has more than a strong element of survival horror about it, and from what we’ve seen so far, it gives the series an edge it hasn’t had for years.
It’s been rumoured for a while, but it was finally announced during Sony’s E3 conference that DUST 514 will be released exclusively on the PlayStation 3.
Q-Games, the development studio behind the PixelJunk series, has announced its latest venture, PixelJunk SideScroller.
We have a release date for Mass Effect 3, budget your vacation time accordingly.
The Sony press conference, aka the big one, is about to begin. Join us as we chat to you straight from the show floor.We’ll try our best not to drool too much over Starhawk, Uncharted 3 and all the other big games that we’re expecting to see, but be warned, though: there will be some drooling. It’s in our genetic make-up. So, sorry.