Category: E3 2012
Tweet E3 has come and gone, folks, and it’s been one heck of a ride. It might have been the worst E3, yes, but it still brought some new reveals and surprise announcements. I’m fading to black this weekend, as… Read More »
Tweet E3 is only just over and already people are claiming that it was the worst E3 for a long time. While overall I was also left feeling slightly underwhelmed by what was on display, lets take a moment to… Read More »
Tweet Assassin’s Creed III on Wii U won’t disappoint, Ubisoft reckons.
Tweet If you needed more confirmation that PS4 will be unveiled at Sony’s next E3 press conference next year, here it is.
Tweet Although ZombiU was shown at Nintendo’s press conference as a Wii U exclusive and makes use of many of the console’s unique functionality, Ubisoft has hinted that the game might indeed be released on other systems, if possible.
Tweet Mass Effect 3 is the best game announced for Wii U at E3 2012, EA CEO John Riccitiello told investors during an overnight conference call.
Tweet Sony’s looking to sell about 10 million PS Vitas by March of next year, according to SCE president and group CEO Andrew House.
Tweet Sony Worldwide Studios chief Shuhei Yoshida has told Eurogamer he believes it’s too early to cut the price of struggling PS Vita.
Tweet The word is not out yet on Microsoft’s new Xbox 360 monthly subscription offering, however if it’s successful, Sony might just follow suit.
Tweet Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida has reassured gamers that The Last Guardian is still under development, although it’ll be a bit longer before it can be shown.
Tweet “We are not ready to talk about 2013. But some of the games we showed like God of War and The Last of Us are not coming out this year.” – Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida speaking to… Read More »
Tweet Nintendo has confirmed that Wii U will support 1080p output.
Tweet Deep Silver’s announced a sequel to Dead Island subtitled Riptide.
Tweet Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has confirmed in an interview with GTTV that Watch Dogs will be released on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Tweet Sony Computer Entertainment America CEO and President Jack Tretton has said that when it comes to releasing new consoles, in this case PS4, Sony’s never been the first or the cheapest. To him, it’s all about being the best.