E3 is all about showing off the future of the gaming industry: the biggest and brightest, the bleeding edge. But sometimes it’s a good idea to take a look back and see how we’ve arrived at where we are today.
Free to play games have been thriving on the PC and mobile devices for quite a while now, but they’ve never quite gotten a foothold in the console market. Sony, along with developer VEEMEE, is looking to change that with their new Playstation Home based shooter No Man’s Land.
Aliens: Colonial Marines has been a long time coming. Fans of the series have been waiting patiently as the game has been pushed back multiple times over the years. But if what they were showing off at E3 this year is any indication of the final product, that wait will not have been in vain.
Resident Evil is one of gaming’s more storied horror franchises. The original is one of the earliest titles in the survival horror genre and Resident Evil 4 more or less gave birth to the modern third-person shooter. The latest entry in the series, Resident Evil 6, looks like it’s shaping up to be the biggest entry in the franchise to date.
Episode One of The Walking Dead: A New Day (review here) was a rousing success for Telltale Games, selling over one million copies in its first two weeks and becoming their fastest selling title to date.
We already knew that there's a Darksiders novel on its way along with a "bible" for the game set for release at the same time as Darksiders II, and out of E3 2012 has come word that a digital comic series from Dark Horse is coming, too!
Last week we told you guys the glorious news regarding the DOOM 3 BFG Edition hitting consoles completely remastered with the Resurrection of Evil add-on pack and a never-before-seen single-player story with seven new levels entitled "The Lost Mission." Now it gets better.
In case you haven't noticed, every time we put up a trailer or do a story on Sega's Aliens: Colonial Marines, we drool like the nerdiest of fanboys. Thankfully we had lots of wipes around when these images from Sega's Aliens E3 booth showed up via Heather Wixson.
Namco Bandai Games has announced the highly anticipated Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition. The special content-enhanced edition, which has been revamped for PC gamers while retaining all of its original content and atmosphere, will release in North America on August 24th.
A short but sweet press release has come our way giving us the news we've been long hoping would come. Start planning for the apocalypse, kids, because pretty soon zombie killing gamers will be taking a trip to another Dead Island!
The highly anticipated title Silent Hill Book of Memories previously got pushed back from its March release for the PS Vita, but at E3 today Konami revealed some new information for the on-the-go horror game!
At today's E3 the new Demonicon teaser trailer was revealed for The Dark Eye. The action-RPG will be available on PC and next-gen consoles. In the new teaser you will watch as dark horror approaches and great armies prepare for battle.
Nintendo isn't known for its horror titles, but the new Ubisoft game Zombi U might just change that. The new survival horror game puts you in the middle of chaos where you must survive against the mindless monsters yearning for your flesh.
Nintendo needed to kill it. Being the last press conference before E3 starts in earnest and having a coming out party for new hardware, a lot was riding on the big N’s show. Did they deliver? Well, to put it bluntly, no.
Sony's E3 press conference showed a lot of amazing games, and one that stood out was God of War: Ascension. God of War: Ascension will release March 2013 for the PlayStation 3. The E3 trailer shows some of the gameplay and what awaits you in the newest release!