E3 2011


Sony’s Biggest Missed Opportunity at E3

Ever since Nintendo announced their plans for a dual-screen console at last year’s E3, PlayStation fans have fantasized about a similar feature using the more than capable combination of the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita. Now


Starhawk Box Art Released

Not really much to this one, but for you all excited for the upcoming release of Starhawk the box art has just been released for all of you to feast your eyes upon. You can take a


GameStop E3 2011 Trade-In Bonus

From now until July 31, GameStop is running a trade-in promotion for games that were shown off or announced at this year's E3. This pretty much covers most, if not all of you gamers' game buying plans


E3 2011: Eyes-On with Metro: Last Light

Last year's Metro 2033 is generally regarded, I think, as a missed opportunity. It had a great world with an interesting back story and all the makings of a memorable game, but like many games designed in


E3 2011: Hands-On With Journey

Independent game devs thatgamecompany aren't known for making games that are exactly orthodox or generic. Their PSN titles are sweeping productions that focus more on the art aspect of the videogame, yet still manage to not be


E3 2011: Hands-On with Kirby Wii

The Kirby series is easily among my favorite Nintendo franchises. I've been a die-hard fan ever since the very first Kirby's Dream Land on the GameBoy, and usually make an effort to check out everything with a


Fable: The Journey Is Not An On The Rails Shooter

With a pretty poor showing during Microsoft's lackluster E3 conference, most, including myself, were disappointed with Fable: The Journey after seeing an impressive opening cinematic devolve into a muscle-bound demo player flailing his arms like a drunken


E3 2011: Rayman Origins Hands-On

Rayman: Origins made a small appearance at last year's E3, and since then no one's heard much about it, except that it was going to once again be designed by the original creator, Michel Ancel. Ubisoft finally