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Destiny's launch trailer proudly notes that it won 180 awards and nominations prior to its launch. However, the game ended up receiving only lukewarm reviews. What happened there?
Microsoft's press conference at E3 2014 had its usual share of detractors. However, Sony worldwide studios head Shuhei Yoshid actually had some kind things to say about the presentation and the company in general.
Perhaps one of my favorite hands-off experiences this E3 was Telltale’s demo for their up-coming Tales of the Borderlands, a new episodic game based on Gearbox’s co-op shooter series. While I was initially concerned by how much detail Telltale would be able to pull to fill their need for narrative, they quickly showed me just how rich the Borderlands series truly was.
From what I've seen thus far, Dragon Age: Inquisition takes the best of Origins and DA2 and blends it into the scope of an Elder Scrolls game.
I stared around the cockpit of my elite space fighter, listening to the hum of the engine in anticipation of being fired into the vast blackness of an astral battlefield. “Look behind you,” a disembodied voice told me, urging me to crane my neck around and check out the empty seat at the back of my ship.
If there’s one thing that modern gamers can’t get enough of, it’s bite-sized games that deliver big action, and that’s exactly what it looks like we can expect out of a couple of PlayStation exclusives, Guns Up! and Helldivers
The PlayStation E3 2014 booth offered loads of games for players to sink their teeth into, two of which could not possibly be at further ends of the spectrum. Get ready for a hands-on look at the PS4 third-person shooter, The Order: 1886 and the PlayStation Vita's bizarre puzzler, Murasaki Baby.
The apocalypse should be fun, according to Sunset Overdrive Creative Director Marcus Smith and Game Director Drew Murray, and it looks like this latest offering from Insomniac Games aims to deliver on that very premise.
The PlayStation Vita has become home to quite a few hunter games over the past couple of years but, if my hands-on time with Freedom Wars at E3 2014 is any indicator as to what the full game will have to offer, there may be a new competitor primed to battle for the genre’s top spot.
During E3 2014, Hashimoto sat down with Gaming Blend to discuss his new game (coming exclusively to the Nintendo 3DS this winter), what makes it similar to past Harvest Moon games, as well as what sets it apart.
Walking out of the Konami booth at E3 2014, having just seen a 20-minute gameplay demo of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, one thought kept running through my mind: This game looks like the Metal Gear Solid I was hoping for, but feared would not be delivered.
2K Games and Turtle Rock Studios let loose the new video that follows up on their original E3 teaser that aired during the major platform conferences.
The man behind niche hits such as Killer 7 and No More Heroes is back at the helm of a brand new PS4 exclusive from GungHo Online Entertainment and Grasshopper Manufacturer called Let It Die.
Monster Hunter had a big presence at the Capcom booth this year, and I'm not just talking about the life-sized dragon sculpture available for photo opportunities. Both Monster Hunter 4 for the 3DS and Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for iOS were on hand for a trial run in the PR booth, giving curious gamers a brief look at the future of the series.
There's also plenty of hands-on impressions from this year's E3 event, enabling gamers to get an idea of what to expect and what they can look forward to from many of the upcoming titles due out this year.