Entries in 'E3 2013' (145)
Ubisoft has revealed a new game in its Rocksmith series.
Ubisoft's hit downloadable series Trials is returning next year in two games.
Ubisoft today announced a brand new racing game IP: The Crew.
Microsoft's $499 RRP for Xbox One may have raised some eyebrows, but bigger pricing news may be to come tonight.
Cynicism is like chocolate. A little bit can be good for you, but too much can be damaging.
In the least surprising news from the EA press conference, Mirror's Edge 2 has been confirmed.
The first ever next-gen gameplay footage for EA's FIFA 14 has been released.
EA has released the latest gameplay footage for Battlefield 4.
The new-look Xbox 360 will retail for the same price as the current machine.
Nothing was shown, by EA quickly announced a sequel to Peggle will be out this year.
EA's hit RPG series Dragon Age will launch on next generation consoles next year.
Despite some early leaks from ad meterial on the E3 showfloor, EA impressed press conference attendees with its Plants vs Zombies spin-off today.
We might just refer to it as Halo 5, as that's a lot quicker to write than 'the new Halo game'.
A Limited Edition Day One version of the Xbox One will be available to pre-order from some retailers.
EA has announced its first Star Wars project – and it's a Battlefront sequel.
Rare's best-selling sporting mini-game collection will return when Xbox One launches this November.
“It’s all about the games”. That was the message from Microsoft prior to tonight’s E3 press conference and it’s hard to argue that the company didn’t deliver.
Respawn Entertainment has jumped into bed with Microsoft for its first title, Titanfall.
Master Chief will be back next year in the first next generation shooter of the series.
Xbox One will launch worldwide this November.
DICE has taken to the stage of the LA Convention Centre to show off some in-game footage of Battlefield 4.
Spiritual successor to Panzer Dragoon confirmed for new console, as original staff embrace next-gen
Capcom is bringing the Dead Rising series back for Xbox One.
A new piece of software will give players a huge amount of control over how they share their games with viewers online.
Microsoft has shown off its answer to LittleBigPlanet with Project Spark, a new title for Xbox One and Windows 8.