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We all know Battlefield 3 will look and play great. It’s not news, so EA had no right to stun us as much as they did with their trailers at E3.
SSX has dropped more than its Deadly Descents working title recently, with successive characters being thrown on to a snowy peak every time the SSX Facebook page gains enough Likes.
For EA’s E3 Conference, that character was Kaori.
E3 is now officially in full swing after that storming EA conference. How can Ubisoft possibly compete with that? It may not be possible, but they’re going to give it their best shot.
E3 has officially arrived and we’re coming to you live from the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles where Electronic Arts is about to kick off their press conference. What’s on the agenda for today? We know for sure that Star Wars: The Old Republic, Battlefield 3, Madden NFL 12 and Mass Effect 3 will all make an appearance. Word on the internet is that Insomniac Games will be revealing their new multiplatform title as well.
As E3 approaches, there’s nothing like releasing a trailer for one of the most anticipated games of recent memory to increase the already palpable excitement. That’s exactly what Sony and Naughty Dog have done, as over the last couple of days the internet has been going crazy for the new co-op trailer for Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception.
The vastness of E3 can make it difficult to acquire all of the information that comes out of the annual show. Never fear dear gamer that’s what we’re here for. This year we’re compiling all of the relevant news in one convenient place. This place actually.
Konami hosted its pre-e3 show in which the company revealed its plans for E3 and beyond. One thing that continued to pop up throughout the 55 minute presentation was classic Konami franchises getting remade into HD collections, specifically Silent Hill, Metal Gear Solid, and Zone of the Enders. Get ready for a blast from the past…
Although the madness that is E3 has yet to commence, Eidos Montreal has decided to give us all an early look at their official E3 trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
E3 is probably the largest gaming event of the year. Regardless of which country you live in or which platform you prefer, it’s pretty likely that you pay attention to E3. If you live in the U.S. and you’re the kind of gamer that likes to see it all happen live, you’re in luck.
Electronic Entertainment Expo – better known as E3 – is the biggest date on the gaming calendar. The event was as big as ever this year and, unsurprisingly, it stole our attention for the best part of June. All the leading publishers were there promoting upcoming titles, hoping that they could impress us journalists enough so that we would enthuse about their projects to you. There is a lot of enthusing to be done.
Imagine Resident Evil 4 for Wii. Now imagine Resident Evil 5 for the PS3 with RE4’s control scheme. It’s basically the same experience. However, you will need to buy the Gold Edition since the original will not feature PlayStation Move support.
Mortal Kombat has returned and it’s better than ever before.
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is unlike any Tomb Raider game you have ever played. Despite that, there is still a strong sense of familiarity that long time fans will enjoy.
Vanquish has already captured the attention of the gaming industry because 1) it’s being developed by Platinum Games, the studio behind the critically acclaimed Bayonetta, and 2) it’s under the direction of Shinji Mikami, the creative mind behind Resident Evil.
To say people have high hopes for Vanquish would probably be an understatement.
While John Daly probably isn’t as popular as Tiger Woods, the pro golfer has managed to rack up five PGA Tour wins including the PGA Championship in 1991 and the British Open in 1995. Come this fall, you’ll be able to play as John “The Lion” Daly in ProStrike Golf and show off your skills with the brand new PlayStation Move as well.
We went hands-on with the game along with the all-new Move controller at this year’s conference. How did our round of golf turn out and more importantly, how responsive was the motion controller?
Welcome back, Sonic. It’s been a long time.
Third party controllers and accessories tend to be either shoddy imitations of the real thing or souped-up behemoths costing an arm and a leg.
Nyko have been in this business for over ten years now and have created a wide variety of game accessories at lower costs then their first party counterparts. Some are good and some are bad, but the upcoming Raven controller shown at E3 takes things to a new level with its premium status.
Did you miss the Sony press conference last week?
It’s now available in its entirety on the US PlayStation Store, but for those of you who don’t have the connection speed and/or time to download and watch over 4 gigabytes of video, we thought we’d give you an in-depth rundown of all the announcements made at the conference.
Some stories have already been featured on PS3 Attitude, while others haven’t, as nothing has been omitted from this list.
We’ve even included our take on some of the announcements, as well as links to various trailers and other footage from the show, so you only have to watch the bits you want.
So let’s get cracking, shall we?
The E3 2010 trailer for Trine 2 is all kinds of awesome.