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E3 2012Los Angeles Convention CenterJune 5-7If 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? Once again our 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 played the multi-stage E3 demo and came away impressed with the game's swordplay and devastating action.
Despite the magazine listing to the contrary, the new Tomb Raider reboot is not on the way to Wii U.
Man, Ryu, have you ever considered meditation? Or therapy?
This so-called comedy is what 3DS owners get instead of news about Animal Crossing.
Nintendo's CEO Satoru Iwata says he personally thinks a wait of up to 30 minutes between updates being written and then posted is acceptable
Sleeping Dogs, the True-Crime-turned-napping-K9 open world crime drama was on hand at this year’s E3.
NHL 13 is making important changes to players' skating, and what better way to understand this than to spend some more time with the game. We got some extra hands-on time with NHL 13 and got a glimpse of some of its possibilities.
A little hands-on time with Far Cry 3's demo on the floor offers some interesting insight into Vaas, and the tattoos that cover your arm.
Update: Screens added. Nintendo showed a new Lego game that does not take advantage of an outside license.
Some things about this sequel look different, but the premise of rallying your subjects while building a prosperous kingdom remains intact.
A new video shows off the transforming karts in action, and also shows a (heartbreaking) reference to Skies of Arcadia,
Assassin’s Creed III’s companion Vita game is an impressive technological showcase for the Vita.