Entries in 'E3 2011' (95)
You can read my appraisal of the big takeaways from last week’s E3 online next week or in today's copy of MCV magazine, but here’s the short version. Takeaway’s the ...
Over 500,000 users visited the virtual Sony E3 booth through online PS3 hub PlayStation Home.
EA is bolstering its mobile offering with new versions of its major franchises coming to the iPad and iPhone.
Despite grabbing lots of the E3 headlines with its impressive showing of the new Tomb Raider game, a senior Square Enix exec has said that this year's show has painted ...
The organisers of the E3 event in L.A. have closed out this year’s proceedings by dating the 2012 expo and releasing attendance figures for 2011.
EA has said Kinect support won’t be added to FIFA until FIFA 13 at the earliest.
New hardware, new games, flashing lights, corporate big knobs and lots of excited yet excruciatingly tired journalists. It's E3 as we know it and 2011 ticked all of the boxes.
Can you spot the key word uttered by David Yarnton on this week’s cover that pinpoints the exact industry gear-change this E3 represented?
EA Games president Frank Gibeau has once again stated that Mirror’s Edge 2 hasn’t been “killed.”
Outspoken American developer David Jaffe says differing cultural identity is the reason for Twisted Metal’s limited appeal in Europe.
Genius development engineer John Carmack has admitted that Rage has taken his studio longer than he would have liked, and put the delay down to its drive for top tier ...
The voice commands featured in Mass Effect 3 will only be available on the Xbox 360 version.
The makers of Metal Gear Solid have been in with discussions with Nintendo about what they can bring to Wii U.
Square Enix has revealed its Final Fantasy series has surpassed 100 million units worldwide.
OnLive has announced the OnLive Player App to bring cloud gaming to tablets and smartphones.
Struggling to keep up with E3? The tidal wave of news from the past 24 hours has no doubt overwhelmed many a reader. Fortunately MCV is on hand to provide ...
PlayStation Vita may not launch in territories outside Japan until 2012.
Nintendo’s new Wii U tablet-like controller and HD console will be sold as a single unit.
Despite the unveiling of its new home console Wii U, Nintendo’s share price has fallen to a five-year low.
Development of the Wii Vitality Sensor continues and the peripheral could still see a release.
505 Games is hoping to reinvent the modern shooter with its new Kinect exclusive, Blackwater.