Entries in 'e3' (81)
Forget Xbox One’s multimedia capabilities – Microsoft’s new message is that games are very much the focus.
The studio developing Watch Dogs didn’t want to reveal Watch Dogs way back at E3 2012.
Twitch has been named the official live streaming partner of E3.
The biggest names in games are returning to CES to show off products to the ‘entire tech ecosystem,’ says the event’s organisers.
Publishers do not like second hand game sales.
American funnyman Conan O’Brien was at E3. And his experience was probably a little different to everyone else’s.
A whopping 48,200 people – encompassing journalists, retailers, analysts and other games industry professionals - visited the halls of E3 2013 in Los Angeles this week.
The first post-E3 issue of MCV is now available digitally and will start to arrive with subscribers from tomorrow.
Following the success of Donkey Kong Country Returns, Nintendo is rolling out a new version for Wii U.
The HD remake of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker will be released October 2013.
Microsoft and Sony have had their turn – now it’s Nintendo’s chance to woo the world at E3.
Cloud streaming service Gaikai will allow the streaming of a select number of PS3 games on the PS4 from the start of 2014.
Bungie and Activision's collaboration Destiny saw its first live gameplay demo on stage at Sony's E3 press conference, running on the PS4.
In what nearly looked like a Fallout 4 reveal, Sony announced PS4 will be getting a game based on the franchise that defined the post-apocalyptic genre: Mad Max.
The look of the PlayStation 4 has finally been revealed.
Ubisoft lifted the lid on its big new project at E3 today, Tom Clancy's The Division.
Ubisoft has unveiled a new online open world RPG based in the Tom Clancy universe called The Division.
EA's hit RPG series Dragon Age will launch on next generation consoles next year.
EA has announced its first Star Wars project – and it's a Battlefront sequel.
The PS4 and Xbox One will be showcased at E3 after years and years of R&D.
E3 always offers up the most important video games – but not all of them end up succeeding.
Here we go again, right?
E3 2013 looks set to be the most exciting shows in years, with new consoles and new IP taking centre stage. But could this be just one last hooray for ...
Ten and a half to twelve hours. Stuck in a metal tube with smelly journalists. Yep, you’re going to need something to take your mind off it all.