Entries in 'e3' (491)
Format holder Microsoft is ramping up its support for Kinect with a raft of new games and innovations.
There are less than three months to go to book your place at E3 Expo 2011.
It's looking increasingly likely that Rockstar will lift the lid on Grand Theft Auto V at E3 in June.
As if the increasing tensions between Apple and console rivals like Nintendo and Sony wasn't enough, the iPhone and Mac platform holder has just upped the stakes.
Nintendo could reveal the first details of a successor to the Wii at this year’s E3 Expo.
The organisers of E3 Expo are restricting the number of media passes that will be given to online press this year based on site traffic.
Registrations have opened for industry members to attend E3 2011 in Los Angeles.
The 2010 E3 Game Critic Award winners have been revealed.
Was Microsoft’s Kinect a disappointment? Convention-hall wisdom already seems to suggest so.
Some of the most unusual products ever to come from a third-party publisher were announced during Ubisoft’s E3 press conference.
Though it’s far from an elegant solution, it looks as if penny-pinching gamers will be able to get the full PS3 Move experience for less than they once thought.
Japanese publishing powerhouse Square Enix has officially confirmed two new titles for the Nintendo 3DS – Kingdom Hearts 3D and Chocobo Racing 3D.
With core game support for Move growing at a steady pace, the lack of traditional Xbox titles included in the Kinect launch line-up has stirred a few feathers. But Microsoft ...
Brink will not be released until 2011.
It’s the first question that’s asked the very moment the curtains fall of the last of the platform holder E3 conferences – who won? It’s a nonsense. Anyone of sane ...
A follow-up to apocalyptic third person slasher Darksiders is in development, as revealed by THQ at its E3 conference.
Up to 24 Dreamcast titles will be made available on Xbox 360 and PS3 over the course of the next year.
Ubisoft will be rolling out two motion-controlled sports compilations this Q4 in order to support Microsoft and Sony’s hardware launches.
Ubisoft has announced the latest entry in its best-selling Raving Rabbids series will be released this November.
Ubisoft has announced it will launch a new online community towards the end of the year that will be based solely on user-generated content.
Sony has released a full list of games officially confirmed for the PlayStation Move.