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  • Blog Post: Interactive Rabbids Invasion Show Coming To Nickelodeon

    Today during Ubisoft’s E3 2013 press conference the company announced an upcoming Nickelodeon show based on the mischievous Rabbids. Viewers can interact with the show using their touch devices. Ubisoft shows off one sequence in the show where a rabbid squeezes a chicken to fire eggs at another... More
  • Blog Post: Analyst Believes PlayStation 4 Is Under $400

    We hope that Sony reveals the price of the PlayStation 4 next week at E3, but even if they don't Sterne Agee's Arvind Bhatia thinks the system will be under $400. In an investors' note, Bhatia reasoned that because of the high price of the PlayStation 3 ($600 for one model), Sony will avoid... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Sets Up Mysterious Countdown Clock

    People are clamoring over every scrap of possible next-gen scrap of news, and Microsoft may have chucked a little piece under the table. Microsoft's Larry Hyrb (Major Nelson) has set up a countdown clock on his official blog. The timer , which was posted under the headline "And it's on.... More
  • Blog Post: Metal Gear Rising Demo Packaged With Zone Of The Enders HD

    During Konami's E3 press conference, HIdeo Kojima announced Konami's plans for a Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance demo. It will eventually hit PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, but people who purchase Zone of the Enders HD Collection will be rewarded early access. No other details were given,... More
  • Blog Post: South African Retailer Lists Dead Space 3 For Pre-Order

    After the critical and financial success of the first two Dead Space games, a third one would not be a surprise. However, Electronic Arts and Visceral games have made no official announcement of a sequel. South African retailer BT Games seems to think Dead Space 3 is coming though, and have a pre-order... More
  • Blog Post: Your Mom Already Hates Dead Space 2

    EA has taken an interesting approaching with its marketing for Dead Space 2. Theory: if your mom hates something, you’ll love it. It worked for me with music and girlfriends, why wouldn’t it work with games? Check out the first video running on EA’s ad site below. “I think you’re... More
  • Blog Post: Harmonix Dances To A New Tune

    Harmonix has long been the recognized industry leader and innovator within the music game space, but the company has hesitated to enter the popular dance game field. As it turns out, the developer was only waiting for the right technology. Dance Central will be exclusive to Microsoft's motion controller... More
  • Blog Post: Game Informer's Best Of E3 Awards

    After a week of game reveals, tech demonstrations, Cirque du Soleil freakshows , and a weekend of the deepest sleep us GI editors have ever had, E3 is over. Now that we've taken some time to separate ourselves from the madness, we've come up with our picks for the best that E3 had to offer. Best... More
  • Blog Post: Sakamoto To 2D Metroid Fans: Other M Is Your Game

    Legendary Nintendo developer Yoshio Sakamoto has a long history of working on the side-scrolling incarnations of the Metroid series, so when we sat down to talk with him at this year’s E3, we couldn’t help but ask if he thinks the series will ever return to its roots. Here’s what Mr... More
  • Blog Post: Pirates Offers More Than Expected

    Gamers can be forgiven if they don't have a lot of affection for the previous attempts to bring Disney's Pirates franchise into the video game space. Though the popularity of the movie franchise has helped those games succeed commercially, they've often failed to garner critical praise. That... More
  • Blog Post: PokéPark: Pikachu's Adventure Trailer Is So Cute I Might Throw Up

    Have you had your recommended daily allowance of disgustingly cute yet today? Allow me to help you overdose on adorable with this new trailer for PokéPark: Pikachu's Adventure, a new Wii solo outing for the Pokémon standby. Check below for the trailer and more info. This third-person... More
  • Blog Post: Golden Sun: Dark Dawn E3 Trailer

    The video announcing a new Golden Sun on DS that Nintendo showed at its E3 press conference is now available right here in high definition. The "high definition" part is critical, because somewhere in Nintendo's marketing division, a junior artist spent tens of minutes creating the background... More
  • Blog Post: Kid Icarus 3DS Trailer Boasts Near Wii-Quality Graphics

    When Pit took the stage during Nintendo's E3 2010 press conference, he was met with thunderous applause. Following the warm reception the audience grew hush. Perhaps Kid Icarus Uprising's remarkable graphics for the 3DS had the crown stunned into silence. The game's cinematic presentation... More
  • Blog Post: Kevin Butler's Rousing E3 2010 Speech

    Braveheart, 300, Patton - These films contain prime examples of the most motivational, blood-pumping speeches ever. All of them pale to Kevin Butler's pro-gamer speech at the Sony's E3 2010 press conference. Though Sony's new mascot makes subtle jabs at the competition, he also emphasizes... More
  • Blog Post: GoldenEye 007 Trailer Shows Off Multiplayer

    A generation of console gamers cut their multiplayer teeth on GoldenEye, now the storied franchise is back for the Wii in a game that features both online and splitscreen action. It even has that cutie, Daniel Craig. Check out all the action in this trailer. More
  • Blog Post: Raiden Returns In Metal Gear Solid: Rising Trailer

    Hey! You! Look over here! It's a new Metal Gear Solid: Rising trailer. You know you want to see it. It's "dramatic". It's "amazing looking". It doesn't make a whole lot of "sense". What else do you need to know? How about this? In one part, Raiden totally... More
  • Blog Post: Epic Mickey Keeps Looking Better And Better

    We sat down with industry legend, Warren Spector, and learned about the continued progress of Junction Point's new game. Mickey has come a long way in recent months, and the game looks like one of the most compelling and surprising entries for the Wii this year. The core gameplay and story elements... More
  • Blog Post: Rock Band 3 Now With Real Guitars

    Rock Band 3 is a gigantic game. At first glance, it doesn't seem like a dramatic change from last year. But just a few minutes in the menus or songs of the game, and it becomes apparent that it's been designed from the ground up to reinvigorate and even reinvent the music game genre. There's... More
  • Blog Post: El Shaddai Is A Visual Gift From Heaven

    Of all the games I saw at E3 this year, El Shaddai was the one that I knew the least about going in and walked away from most excited to see more. This gorgeous third-person action game puts you into the blue jeans of Enoch, a human called on by God to hunt down fallen angels with the help of God's... More
  • Blog Post: Vindictus E3 Hands-On Brings Good News

    Free-to-play giant Nexon is taking a shot at making a triple-A quality free-to-play action MMO for audiences on both sides of the Pacific. Any doubts about its gameplay chops were answered by fifteen minutes playing the game on the E3 show floor. I’ve had my eye on Vindictus for a while. Its Source... More
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