Or so it says on the press badges, anyway (Mega64, via GSW).
Mercifully after the week we've had, this extensive gameplay demonstration of Modern Warfare doesn't need the chit-chat of announcers to kick things off. It's just straight into the gunplay.
Killer Freaks from Outer Space isn't your average shooter. Makes sense—the Wii U isn't your average console.
First revealed nearly two years ago, Bohemia Interactive's Carrier Command remake is looking bang on the money if this E3 trailer is anything to go by.
For a series so epic and sweeping in its CG imagery as Mass Effect is, a hammy live-action trailer on cheap sets is almost a disservice.
Gravity has quietly become one of my most anticipated PlayStation Vita titles. And what looked good in screenshots looks only better in motion.
Farming and fighting it's all the same, until it comes to the PlayStation 3, gets Move support, and looks this pretty. Stand back while I hug Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny.
On the ice world of Belsavis a deadly threat to the galaxy lies in wait. More powerful than the Empire or the Republic, the only hope of defeating it lies in forming a raid in Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Remember a couple of years ago, when they tried to make E3 a more sedate affair, without the flashy lights, scantily clad women, and overall spectacle of past shows? THQ says screw that noise.
Ninja series Shinobido is headed to the PS Vita with Shinobido 2: Tales of the Ninja, apparently as a system launch title in Japan. It'll cut you.
Many hardcore fans were upset at the demise of Microsoft's Flight Simulator franchise, as it was one of the only viable ways to fly a plane in a video game and not have to blow stuff up.
Another Olympics, another Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. This time, it's the 2012 London Olympics.
Don't watch this trailer if you didn't finish Assassin's Creed Brotherhood. If you did, this is a tease of what happens with series hero Desmond in this fall's Assassin's Creed: Revelations. Looks to me like the Desmond parts of this game will be like the virtual-reality training missions of Brotherhood. But that's…
Just when you think you've seen it all, a Mario game comes along with just enough of a twist on the last one to make you fall for it all over again.
Firstly, because it controls a little differently. But, more importantly, because of the player's character, and the game's setting.
There are many games at E3. But only one of them is the non-video-game Ninja.
Remember back in our big role-playing games of E3 2011 article, when I called out Bluehole Studios' TERA Online for its fast-paced combat and larger-than-life enemies? Here's a video that explains what I was talking about.
By night Catherine's Vincent Brooks climbs the teetering towers of his nightmares. By day he's an average guy in a long-term relationship with a woman that wants him to commit.
I'll give E3 this: It's colorful. We did a few laps to see the big dogs: Square Enix, Activision, Ubisoft, Konami, Sony Ericsson, Microsoft...Robot Entertainment. (I can't help it. Orcs Must Die looks really fun!) Photos by our fearless photog, Isaac Viel.