The newly announced Final Fantasy XV looks like a big game. It could even be big even for a successive title—something like a Final Fantasy XV-2, if you like. Perhaps!
We've already seen several minutes of Quantic Dream's amazing (and amusing) PS4 tech demo. Here are several more minutes! Twelve, actually.
Nine minutes! That's a long freakin' time. Not all the footage is brand, brand new, but be warned, it's rather graphic in places. Heads up, if you are squeamish.
Sony just revealed the PlayStation 4. It's a black box! Funny, because the Xbox One is a black box, too. What a kwinky-dink.
Developed by Ready At Dawn and Sony Santa Monica, The Order 1886 is a 19th century PS4 exclusive.
Mirror's Edge 2 was just announced. Online across the globe, gamers are excited. While many are looking forward to the sequel in Japan, there is a group of gamers there who are not thrilled with how the protagonist looks.
Today at Microsoft's E3 press conference, the company showed off its game creation tools called Project Spark. Here, have a look.
Destiny of Spirits, a new game from the creators of Lumines, was just announced as a free-to-play title for the PlayStation Vita.
E3 website E3Insider.com has a listing for long delayed PS3 title The Last Guardian. But does that mean the game is coming to E3?
Take a look at the E3 gameplay demonstration that I checked out last month. Moscow is changing, and so is Artyom.
Enjoy a developer-guided playthrough of one level—called The Streets of Hope—in Hitman: Absolution, shown at this year's E3.
These two gameplay videos of Arkane Studios/Bethesda's stealth-action game, Dishonored, give you a look at what Jason saw at E3.
Who won E3 2012? Judging from the results of the Game Critics Awards Best of E3 2012, Sony takes tops honors. Naughty Dog's The Last of Us scored five wins, but I'm more impressed by the tiny triumphs of Sound Shapes and Unfinished Swan.
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This E3, I gathered with friends and former colleagues around a high top at Hooters, swapping small talk and tales of cosplay catastrophe at Video Games Live. You could smell the nerd (and hot sauce) for miles.