Entries in 'E3 2013' (126)
That video games lack recognisable stars is a criticism the industry often faces, but for one night in June PlayStation US CEO Jack Tretton certainly felt like rock royalty.
E3 2013 harked back to the glory days of the trade show. We step back in time and discover striking similarities between E3 this year and the very first expo ...
American funnyman Conan O’Brien was at E3. And his experience was probably a little different to everyone else’s.
Sony’s stinging attack on the Xbox One business model at E3 saw the PlayStation firm take pole position in the next generation console race.
OPINION: Xbox One strategy revamp was logical - but it might only accelerate Mattrick's digital vision
One of the best bits of games industry scuttlebutt I have been told is about Xbox boss Don Mattrick.
If the latest web rumours are true, Microsoft is poised to announce a revised agenda for second-hand games and online check-in.
An aggressive Sony took E3 by storm last week, but says it was only ‘one good day’.
E3 may be over but Sony will do all it can to ride on the wave of goodwill that it generated in LA for as long as possible.
Not much was shown about the new Mad Max when it was announced at Sony’s E3 media briefing, but we had the opportunity to go behind closed doors with developer ...
Every single PS4 game will be playable via Remote Play on PlayStation Vita.
The overwhelmingly positive response given to PS4 at E3 this week has led to the company raising its sales expectations for the machine.
Microsoft’s insistence on indie devs requiring a publishing partner has angered indie dev Lorne Lanning.
Spirited Nintendo America boss Reggie Fils-Aime has said that there’s a very simply solution to the ‘problem’ of pre-owned – make better games.
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.
Former Epic dev and the self-professed “Tony Stark of video games” Cliff Bleszinski has argued the case for Xbox One DRM.
The first post-E3 issue of MCV is now available digitally and will start to arrive with subscribers from tomorrow.
The arrival of virtual reality headset Oculus Rift on consoles is a step closer.
Those hoping for a swift U-turn from Microsoft look set for disappointment.
With E3 now nearing an end we’re developing a firm appreciation of exactly the sort of graphical oomph we can expect from the machine’s range of launch titles.
Titanfall Xbox exclusivity "a tactical opportunity" but PlayStation release "not out of the question"
EA has insisted that it wants its games to reach as wide an audience as possible, but like any good rule there are always exceptions.
The 21 countries in which Xbox One is expected to launch this November have been confirmed by Microsoft.
BBC’s Top Gear is returning to Microsoft’s Forza franchise.
EA’s freshly announced new entry in the Mirror’s Edge series will be a radical departure from the first.
Sony’s pro pre-owned stance is the talk of E3. But should we be holding back on the celebrations?
The Xbox One is a market-changing system. And consumers don’t like change.