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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.
We stepped onto Monkey’s new hover board and knocked a giant robotic dog
off a cliff. Obviously, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is looking
Bodycount features a high amount of destructible cover, so start shooting!
Reflections has come up with an ingenious, yet completely
wacky-sounding concept to stand out in today’s gaming landscape.
We tried out Krome Studios’ quirky platformer that marries old-school
gameplay with current gen graphics.
With the success of Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort, there was little doubt that mini-game sports titles would appear for the 360's Kinect. Here's Ubisoft's answer, Motion Sports.
This game from Eden Studios isn't just a regular racer, it can literally be a way of life. Check out all there is to see in this impressive title.[Excerpt]
With DICE at the helm of the multiplayer, Medal of Honor puts Call of Duty in its sights.
We've seen the live action trailers. We've seen gameplay videos. Now at
E3, we got a chance to try out the co-op campaign of Day 1 Studios'
fright-filled FPS, F.E.A.R. 3.
Rare's sports compilation features a surprisingly solid bowling game.
Microsoft's Joy Ride was first revealed at last year's E3, though it was
then just a vanilla-flavored arcade racer. What a difference a year
The pet simulation is adorable, even for someone who doesn't like cats.
When you mix Diablo with Lord of the Rings, are the results magic or miserable?