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E3 2010Los Angeles Convention CenterJune 15-17If you can’t be in L.A. for the game industry’s biggest event, why not get all the information you need from the industry’s biggest experts? This year for the first time ever the whole Game Informer staff will be flooding the website with daily updates on all the latest games and new hardware from Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo. Keep your browser tuned to our E3 hub for updates all week long, including previews, interviews, screenshots, trailers, live podcasts, and more.
If you'd like to see thegraphical improvements yourself, we've got screens for
We check out Retro Studio's relaunch of Nintendo's classic SNES series.
Pikachu meets and battles Pokémon of all shapes and sizes in his latest adventure.
Check it out if you missed it, or watch it again because it's so damned
This preview contains talk of helicopters, giant Sweet Tooth statues,
and flaming chainsaws.
These new additions to the Zelda formula may not be coming with Skyward Sword, but Aonuma is thinking about them for the future.
In a side effect to E3 that I never knew existed until now, it appears
that men (and one woman) are trying to reconnect with desirable partners
they encountered on the show floor via that site
you use to sell your crappy old TV
Bungie is showing off their redesigned cooperative game mode, and we
played through all the new maps and features.
GI soothsayers predict a 3D Mario game, a 2D Metroid game, and the return of Star Fox.
Sony president Jack Tretton said PlayStation Network access will remain free. PlayStation Plus, he said, is designed to
work along with existing offerings in order to "elevate your game."