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  • Blog Post: Sony Files For 'PlayStation TV' Trademark

    Sony announced during its E3 press conference that it would use Sony Pictures and Sony Music to bring original programming to the PlayStation 4. With a recent trademark application, we might be seeing the first steps of that plan. On the United States Patent and Trademark Office website, Sony filed for... More
  • Blog Post: E3 2013 Game Critics Awards Announced

    Last week, the E3 2013 Game Critics award nominations were announced. The group, comprised of 30 outlets (including Game Informer), submitted votes for their favorite titles at this year's Expo. Now, the awards have been announced. Titanfall takes home six awards, setting a new record for the Game... More
  • Blog Post: Conan O'Brien Weighs-In On The PlayStation 4 And Xbox One Debate

    Conan O'Brien went to E3 in order to see what the next generation of gaming has to offer, and came away impressed by everything. He met with folks from Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony's Aram Jabbari, who Replay fans will recognize as a frequent guest . As it turns out, Conan's favorite future... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Offers A Peek Behind-The-Scenes Of Creating Its E3 Booth

    Nintendo's E3 booth was full of photo-op ready statues highlighting some of its upcoming games. A collection of photos appearing on Nintendo's Facebook page shows the process of creating them. You can check out the photos in the galley below which shows the King of Red Lions from Wind Waker,... More
  • Blog Post: First Details On The Walking Dead: 400 Days

    Telltale Games has been teasing the release of its 400 Days DLC, which it's calling a special episode. Today at E3, the team showcased one of the character's stories. Telltale decided to give fans 400 Days to provide "connective tissue" between seasons one and two. You must already... More
  • Blog Post: Latest Trailer For Monolith’s Upcoming Wii U Game

    Monolith Soft, the developers behind 2010’s Xenoblade Chronicles for Wii, is still calling its upcoming Wii U game “X.” Originally announced during a Nintendo Direct earlier this year, we still don’t know much about the game other than that it incorporates large-scale, open-world... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda: Prey 2 “Simply Not Good Enough”

    The publisher’s VP of PR and marketing Pete Hines said at E3 that the delayed and rumored-dead project is a disappointment internally and vowed to keep fans in the loop if and when the game moves forward. “We appreciate that folks are displeased that we haven’t had any update or any... More
  • Blog Post: The Controllers Were The Best In Mobile At E3

    E3 isn’t typically a thriving playground for mobile titles, and this year wasn’t much different. Square Enix offered only a small, cramped row of five iPads for its headline title, Deus Ex: The Fall . EA squirreled away its entire catalog far off the show floor in the JW Marriott, a fifteen... More
  • Blog Post: The Biggest Stories Of E3 2013

    Last week was the biggest E3 in memory, with Sony and Microsoft revealing more details about the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One respectively. Nintendo also brought some choice material with our first look at Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U and more. We know that there was an enormous amount of information... More
  • Blog Post: Cross-Gen Games Put Next-Gen Foot Forward At E3

    One of the biggest questions we've gotten from readers is whether upgrading to next-generation hardware will be worth the investment at launch. Unsurprisingly, publishers didn't take up valuable booth space to give us the answer. Across the expanse of the Los Angeles Convention Center, we only... More
  • Blog Post: Mario Kart 8 Adds Magnets To The Mix (Trailer Added)

    Look closely at the "8" in Mario Kart 8's logo, and you'll notice something: The numeral also doubles as a Möbius strip, a topographical curiosity that challenges conventional thoughts about top and bottom. It's no coincidence, as I learned after taking Wario out on the track... More
  • Blog Post: Impressions: Super Mario 3D World For Wii U (Trailer Added)

    In a new game announced for Wii U, Nintendo's iconic plumber will team up with Peach, Luigi, and Toad – and transform himself into a cat with a new power-up. In the Mario series, this new title is, as the title suggests, a follow-up to Super Mario 3D Land for 3DS. However, in keeping in line... More
  • Blog Post: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Impressions (Trailer Added)

    Retro's next title isn't Metroid as speculated, it's a next-gen sequel to the excellent Donkey Kong Country Returns for the Wii. As such, it's a 2D platformer that features the same demanding platforming as DKC Returns. However, the move to Wii U has allowed Retro to add a level of visual... More
  • Blog Post: Platinum Games Doesn't Dial It Back In Bayonetta 2 (Trailer Added)

    Bayonetta 2 offers more of the same action and ridiculous cutscenes that the first game introduced in 2009. It looks and feels like a true sequel, which should help silence the people who say the Wii U is incapable of producing high-quality games for the hardcore set. The demo opens with Bayonetta (sporting... More
  • Blog Post: Hands-On With Pac-Man’s Return To Platforming

    “The Pac is back!” is the message Namco Bandai wants to deliver during E3. He’s got an animated show starting soon and a companion game that seems pretty fun in a simple way. Both the game and the show are called Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures. The animated show premieres on June... More
  • Blog Post: Planetside 2 'Looks Like PC On Max Settings,' Supports Vita Remote Play

    We sat down with Planetside 2's executive producer Clint Worley and senior art director Tramell Isaac to talk about why their work is something prospective PlayStation 4 owners should be excited about. For those that aren't up on the PC title, Planetside 2 offers a persistent war with three enormous... More
  • Blog Post: Oddworld Creator: Microsoft “Not Interested” In Indies

    Oddworld Inhabitants head Lorne Lanning has a dim view of the approach Microsoft has taken with indies on Xbox 360 and continues to on Xbox One. Speaking with Eurogamer , Lanning decried Microsoft’s insistence on every game having a traditional publisher. “Why do we need a publisher when... More
  • Blog Post: Virtual Robots Show Off Some Of The New PlayStation Eye's Potential

    During my tour of Sony’s booth, I got a chance to see a series of demos based around the PlayStation Eye and the PS4’s new controller. They’re clearly not ready for a prime-time release, but my interactions with a bunch of little robots showed that developers have a lot of tools at... More
  • Blog Post: The Oculus Rift HD Fulfills The Technology's Promise

    As E3 2013 wound down, Dan Ryckert and I snuck into the Oculus VR booth for a quick look at the technology everyone's been raving about. Put simply, everything you've heard is true. Oculus Rift is that good. We didn't have much time before security swooped down to enforce the show's end... More
  • Blog Post: Duels Of The Planeswalkers 2014 Getting Fan-Requested Features

    Wizards of the Coast has worked tirelessly to make its Duels of the Planeswalkers series a fun digital representation of the collectible Magic: the Gathering card game and a great way for new players to get involved. This year, Duels adds a story mode and one of the most requested features since the... More
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