The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 as it's commonly known, announced today that for the first time ever, members of the public could buy a pass to the coveted event on February 13.
There will be a limit of 15,000 tickets available to the public. According to a post by Polygon, the
I’ve wanted to attend E3 for a long time, and was finally given the chance to make it this year. I had the chance to meet and chat with many of my favorite developers and journalists, stand in long, uncomfortable lines, and complain about how much my feet hurt at
Last week I was fortunate enough to go to E3 and check out all sorts of upcoming games. Of all the booths I visited, Ubisoft's was by far one of the most impressive. I spent my entire second day of E3 with Ubisoft and I'd like to tell you about all
The Electronic Entertainment Expo is right around the corner, but Sunday, June 12th marks the unofficial beginning of the festivities. That’s right, prepare for plenty of heavily modified footage of new games, awkward scripted speeches with forced applause, and a random celebrity/musical guest/vehicle to drop in from the ceiling for
As we rapidly approach E3 Expo next week (effectively our Christmas) it seems we've gotten a few presents early already in the form of some exciting game announcements. I'll be updating this page leading up to, throughout, and following E3 with all the juicy announcements and reveals we've been craving.
This year I got to attend my first E3, and it was amazing!
For those of you who have never heard of E3, let me explain what it is in a few short words: E3 or, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, is a convention where all the great developers in the gaming industry
11. A Tomb Raider reboot with a male protagonist, so that boys will finally have their own video game.
10. A reboot of the old Gorf game, voiced by Tim Conway.
9. A new version of Pac-Man where he must temper his diet of power pills with fruits and vegetables.
8. The new
Matt and Chris discuss The Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Pac-Man being in the next Smash Bros., the new open-world Zelda game, realistic vs. non-realistic graphics, the Amiibo toys, the online play of Destiny, old-school Everquest, the new Final Fantasy 7 racing game no one will play and
During the current console generation roleplaying games went through their fair share of changes. We saw RPGs branch out from being solely identified as something akin to Final Fantasy styled stories about heroes, villains and a tale of a world, into fully realized worlds and universes. With games like The
That's right, consumers have yelled and kicked and screamed for a week and it seems it's gotten them their wish. The short of it is Xbox One games will work just like they do currently on 360. The only major change is the system itself will still need a one