Two hardware developers and two of the industry's largest publishers come out to show us their offerings - and there's a lot to be excited about. Read More.
Features By Nicholas Bale
Associate Editor Nicholas Bale writes: "Overall, I'm disappointed with the Xbox One reveal. A lot of people are saying to 'wait for E3' when all the 'good stuff' will be shown, but I honestly don't know what Microsoft intended to do with this conference. I guess we'll see if, maybe, there is actually something worth getting, but unless there are some crazy bombshells, this is one console I'll be passing on." Read More.
The show started with a bang: a symphonic orchestra walked in front of the crowd, sat down, and started playing an immediately recognizable tune, just as a montage of footage from The Legend of Zelda series started showing on the big screen. From the original Legend of Zelda on the NES to the yet-to-be-released Skyward Sword, the final note from the orchestra played just as people started to cheer. Read More.
"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference."
Always leave it to Robert Frost to make an article sound classy. Read More.
We recently had a chance to sit down with David Anfossi, the producer of Deus Ex: Human Revolution at Eidos Montreal for a one-on-one interview about the game. As a follow-up to our in-depth preview of Deus Ex: Human Revolution yesterday, we ask David about the inspiration for the third game in the series, and a myriad of other questions that'll leave Deus Ex fans foaming at the mouth. Read More.
The Sony Conference came with a feeling of expectation, as there was a lot that Sony could promise the audience. There had been a lot of news that had gotten out over the internet, but most press was certain that Sony still had a trick or two up its multi-billion-dollar sleeves. Read More.