Posts Tagged ‘E3’
Leading up to E3, Nintendo promised to reveal an all new 3D Mario adventure for the Wii U. While thoughts of a third Mario Galaxy danced through our heads, we weren’t quite expecting Super Mario 3D World. Combining the classic platforming of a 2D Mario title with the free-roaming capabilities of a 3D Mario game, […]
The Wolfenstein franchise is something that’s near and dear to my heart. It was one of my first experiences not only in the first-person shooter genre, but gaming entirely.
The latest installment of this long standing fighting franchise sees some major shifts away from the genre norms. Most impressive of these is the free to play model. Tekken Revolution is now out on the PSN.
Now I’m not a musician, but Rocksmith 2014 may be the coolest music game I’ve ever seen. Unlike the rhythm games I’ve played (and we’ve all played) in the past, Rocksmith really… well it really isn’t even in the same category. It’s not about button sequences for points.
Despite an early alpha build, I not only had the opportunity to scope out some extended Witcher 3 gameplay, but also had a one on one with Game Director Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, and I’ve got to say that this game is coming out the gates looking rock solid.
Not many details are known about The Division, but those that are, are the important ones. We know that the game is a persistent MMO world. We know like more MMOs, this game has heavy RPG elements. Players will be finding new items, equipment, and skills throughout their in game experience.
“The Xbox One is a squirt gun.” E3 2013, let’s do this, it’s the G-Spot Podcast Episode 97!
E3 this year was, as you all may expect, pretty overwhelming. With next gen consoles, big name 3rd party announcements, and the recent explosion of indie development, there was a lot to take in. I’m going to do my best, however, to tell you which games were, in my opinion, most promising. Some of these […]
If you’re one of the 67 million viewers who tune into syndicated episodes of Star Trek and just happened to be at E3 this year, hopefully you were vigilant enough to catch PowerA’s new Star Trek: TNG range of mobile phone cases.
World of Tanks is heading to the Xbox 360. Wargaming, developers and publishers of World of Tanks, is about to make their console debut with World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition.