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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 pick the best of the best from the annual gaming extravaganza.
To celebrate the game launches for both Disney Epic Mickey and the new
Tron Legacy title coming from Disney Interactive, PDP has come up with
some slick ideas to help you dive in head first.
Check out our massive list of what you can expect coming out of E3 this year. Updated daily!
With E3 2010 less than a week away, we take a look back at the biggest
surprises from years past.
Harmonix has crafted a huge and innovative new installment of their hit music game franchise, and we took the new songs and instruments for a spin.
Five games you don't know about, but should.
With only one episode released in the Heavy Rain Chronicles, it looks like we may not be getting any more.
Details on Sly’s 3D makeover and Move-compatible minigames. Plus, find out when you can get your hands on it.
This preview contains talk of helicopters, giant Sweet Tooth statues,
and flaming chainsaws.
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."
With DICE at the helm of the multiplayer, Medal of Honor puts Call of Duty in its sights.
"Am I crazy or did I see 100 French acrobats dancing around the other