The lights are on
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.
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."
Developer EA Tiburon isn’t just building on
the success from last year – it’s reinventing the most integral part of
the gameplay experience.
This year at E3 Metroid co-creator Yoshio Sakamoto told us if he thinks Metroid will ever return to its 2D roots.
We take a spin through Empire Bay to check out the game's open world.
Microsoft kicked off its E3 festivities tonight with what it
dubbed an "Experience Project Natal" even. After waiting in several
lines and being given
altar boy-like robes to wear, we watched in awe as Cirque Du Soleil
demonstrated the newly named Kinect. And boy, was it an experience.
The NBA 2K franchise has been a scarcity at the last couple E3
conferences, but this year it looked polished enough to take to the
Donkey Kong is returning to its 2D side-scrolling roots in this new Wii title.
Shigeru Miyamoto took the stage to show us how Skyward Sword will be "a
key turning point in Zelda's long history."