E3 2012 Day Four Recap
As E3 limps to the finish line, the Game Informer crew dragged themselves out of bed to once again conquer the show floor. Here’s a recap of all the major news and game previews we posted today.
Hands-On And Demos
Today was all about hands-on impression and demo reports from all the hottest games at the show. Our guys went wild, this is enough new game information to hold you for a week.
Next Page>>Trailers, Screens, and News
Today was all about trailers. We got up new footage of several of the most exciting games of the show. Here’s a complete list.
We managed to get some screenshot galleries as well. These included LEGO City: Undercover, Silent Hill: Book of Memories, Darksiders II, Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge, LittleBigPlanet Karting, and Company of Heroes.
While sometimes it feels like the world stops for E3, reality has a way of truckin' right along. In fact, today had some pretty news stories. Most notable was the news that Curt Schilling's 38 Studios has filed for bankruptcy -- and might be facing an investigation from the FBI and Rhode Island State Police. This could get ugly for the baseball great. In other bad news, Activision confirmed that it would not be holding its Call of Duty XP fan convention this year.
In better news, reports surfaced that Overkill Entertainment -- the studio behind Payday -- is working on a Left 4 Dead prequel. The 3DS is also getting an interesting title, 5th Cell's Scribblenauts Unlimited. Finally, the charitable (and awesome) Humble Indie Bundle (which packages a host of the best independent games to be sold for charity) added three huge titles.
Oh, and one more thing. WE SCREWED UP -- Tomb Raider is not coming to Wii U. Sorry about that.