Category: News

In a move that can only be described as “way too excited”, I mistakenly took a random image of the cover of Dark Cloud, as a subtle hint that Sony was going to announce a new Dark Cloud at their E3 Press Conference. Sadly, this did not occur. While neither Sony nor Level-5 ever promised…

The PS4 was the definite crowning glory for Sony this year at E3, but they left enough time to talk about some of their other offerings. One of which was an announcement of a new Vita Bundle, packaged with a heaping dose of the Walking Dead. In the robust package, a 3G/Wi-Fi enabled PS Vita,…

Tensions at E3 2013 in Los Angeles yesterday could possibly have been cut with a knife as Microsoft and Sony compete for attention for their next-gen consoles: The Xbox One and Playstation 4. While the clear focus of the expo has been upcoming releases for the new consoles, questions concerning the consoles’ specs and restrictions…

As E3 blasts forward, so does the critical outcry over the ever problematic anti-used issues of the Xbox One. While Microsoft’s E3 press conference this morning, wowed gamers with a slew of exclusive titles and interesting software to marvel at, many feel it was not enough. In an interview with BBC News, Don Mattrick, a…

Dropping in at the very end of Microsoft’s E3 press conference earlier today, TitanFall is a new FPS from Respawn Entertainment, the studio founded by ex-Call of Duty developer, Vince Zampella. TitanFall looks to combine the fast paced action of Call of Duty, with some high tech weaponry and arean style movement capabilities. In the…

Microsoft wants to reinforce the notion it supports Indie game developers. At their E3 press conference today, MS showe off a few games trying to echo this sentiment. One of the titles on tap, was from a small studio called Capybara Games, and their Xbox One Exclusive title, Below. The trailer may have been short…

In just one of many exclusives announced at Microsoft’s E3 press conference today, we got a closer look at the intense third person action combat title, Ryse: Son of Rome. Developed by Crytek (Crysis), and launching exclusively for the Xbox One this Novemeber, Ryse looks to combine the intensity of Roman battles, with the graphic…

As E3 rolls on, the news keeps rolling out. Microsoft continued to dominate the show earlier today, with a heavy promise of delivering a more keen focus on games during their own E3 press conference. Along side the games, we also got a look into some of the nittier grittier aspects of the Xbox One…