Posts Tagged ‘E3’
Project Spark will be free-to-play, but what does that mean when it comes to creating content and playing shared games?
Thief is about to storm onto the Xbox One, but Eidos Montreal wants to ensure players have the opportunity to feel smart without holding their hands.
Forza 5 reveals that ‘hundreds’ of the games vehicles will be rendered in incredible detail all thanks to the Xbox One’s processing power.
We get our hands on with the Xbox One’s fancy new control pad. Find out how it measures up to the Xbox 360 good old wireless pad we’ve all spent the last ten years glued to.
Xbox One’s disastrous DRM policies are difficult to stomach, but remember, it’s Microsoft that deserves the hate, not the games and developers writes X360′s editor.
Xbox One has a lot of great looking games on the way, but just how important are exclusives like Dead Rising 3 at winning the console war and stopping gamers from buying a PS4?
Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s The Division has quickly established itself as one to watch at this year’s E3, but is it really game of the show already?
Microsoft reveal a whole bunch of new games for Xbox One and Xbox 360. Get the latest in this streaming blog…
Get the most out of this year’s E3 with our handy guide of who to follow, what to watch and where to look. What would you do without us?
Final Fantasy tech demo will return in June, but it won’t be running on PC next time…
E3 2012 is here, but what does it all mean for the Xbox 360? We blow apart the big announcements to find out if this Smart Glass thing is a good move…
Is Crytek set to save Kinect for the core gamer? We chat to Carl Jones, director of Engine Licensing, to find out why Kinect is so important to the studio famous for FPS Crysis…
Despite the fact that it was pretty rubbish this year, let’s run down our alternative awards for the year’s biggest show.