Entries in 'E3 2014' (116)
E3 2014 lacked the drama of the year before. And, let’s be honest, we expected pretty much every ‘surprise’ announcement.
And you thought E3 was no longer relevant?
Nintendo's Eiji Aonuma has said that he is aware of the demand for a remake of Majora’s Mask.
Nintendo has hinted that some new entries in the Metroid series could be in development.
Another current-gen game is being re-released for Sony and Microsoft’s new consoles.
Nintendo has revealed some more projects being worked on by development legend Shigeru Miyamoto.
Nintendo has revealed that Monolith Soft’s Wii U title X is now called Xenoblade Chronicles X.
A new VR-powered title is making it way to Oculus Rift and PS4 via Project Morpheus.
Nintendo has announced a brand new game for the 3DS.
Day two of E3 2014 is over and gamers have been treated to one of the best shows in recent memory.
If any series looks set to demonstrate the step up from current to next-gen, it’s Batman.
First and foremost, it’s been a pretty good one so far, right?
Nintendo has revealed more details about its Wii U GameCube controller adapter.
Another E3, another no-show for PS3 (or PS4?) outing The Last Guardian.
Disney has announced a Spider-Man Play set for its upcoming follow-up to Disney Infinity.
UPDATE: Sony has told MCV that PlayStation TV will not be bundled with a DualShock 3 in the UK.
Final Fantasy Type-0 and Agito are finally coming to Europe and America.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity will for the first time allow four players to work together – but not, it seems, for them to play as a female character.
It may still not have a name, but there’s no holding back Zelda Wii U in the visuals department.
In some ways it was a shame Nintendo didn’t take to the E3 stage in person tonight as that was its best E3 showing for some time.
The 8-player online paint ‘em up is coming to Wii U next year.
Nintendo has officially confirmed previously leaked title Mario Maker.
Bayonetta 2 at last has a release date on Wii U.
A new Legend of Zelda game is coming next year.
The remakes of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire have been dated.