Madden 11 was the talk of the sports side at E3. EA Sports unveiled several new options and changes for the Madden video game franchise at E3. Madden 11 online team play, faster play calling, and better A.I. are all new features coming to the Turducken of video game franchises.
EA Sports rolled out the red carpet for Madden 11 at E3. It all started with a presentation by Super Bowl MVP and NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana. Joe Montana was on hand to promote the improved game calling functions in Madden 11. EA Sports promises to make the ..click here to read more
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E3 2010 Coverage: Microsoft
To kick off E3, Call Of Duty: Black OPS was shown yet again with BRAND NEW in game footage rather than just a trailer. The game looks very well done as usual from the gang over at Treyarch, showing off the new in game actions as well as the gorgeous graphics and very detailed environments you’re playing in. Looks like there is a lot of repelling this time around, something I really enjoyed from Modern Warfare 2. The biggest news to come out of the presentation of Black OPS was the announcement that Microsoft, Treyarch, and Activision have announced an exclusive three year deal that will bring in the Downloadable Content for Call Of Duty games to the Xbox 360 first before any other console whether it be the PS3, PC, or Wii. The content will be timed exclusives ..click here to read more
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Yes, I know this is an old story but at this point in the so called Game Console War between Playstation 3 vs. Xbox 360. I feel the need to discuss this now since there are more and more major titles being released each month for these two game consoles. Nintendo on the other hand continues to sell us “Motion Based” gaming. There need to remind me there console is the World’s first and only motion based gaming console is getting very old, especially now well after there launch for the Wii. In this day and age where if its not an “App”, its not worth downloading/owning. Gamers have been told to believe in the hype surrounding Motion Based/Touch ..click here to read more
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Phew, I just got done watching the entire conference from Sony…WOW! They really came out to this show to leave everyone talking and they pulled it off successfully. From the start it was a little slow, they opened up with the recently leaked PSP Go!
The newly designed PSP which drops the UMD slot, picks up a 16GB Flash Based Hard Drive, Sliding Screen, New Memory Stick Support, and repositioned buttons. The screen did lose a half to a full inch in size but it picks up tremendous picture quality in the process.
The system obvisously cannot play your old PSP games but what it can do is download games Via the Playstation Store or uploaded from a PS3 with a USB cable. Given the fact that there is a 16GB hard drive, space is not an issue. However, this is forcing people to buy games ..click here to read more
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The Beatles opened up the show this year for Microsoft. Paul, Ringo, and Yoko all were on hand for the on stage demo of The Beatles: Rock Band. It seemed like they had absolutely no idea what was going on at all which is sad, the only thing they knew was that the bands name is being used to sell a product. Basically, money is to be made so we have to make an appearance. At least Metallica, AC/DC, and Van Halen all know what it is there getting involved with.
From there on out, it was an all out celebrity all you can eat feast, for every game there was someone there to announce it. There was a strong presence for the Xbox Live Arcade this year with lots of announcements of new games as well as new features for the Xbox Live ..click here to read more
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As the market leader, what does the folks over at the Mushroom Kingdom have in store for the masses? Nintendo walked into E3 with lots of questions being asked and left there conference answering all of them and then some. They really knocked this one out of the park in a sense with the fact that they stuck with the games and excitement, rather then tell us there sales numbers. Which is why bothered me about Nintendo in recent years when it comes to E3 or the Tokyo Game Show, the constant need to tell me how much they sold. I don’t care for pie charts, pie is awesome, but i don’t need to see numbers, i want to see great software. And like Microsoft, Nintendo delivered on so many levels.
They kicked things off with the one, the only: Mario. What a great ..click here to read more
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