Here it is, the final, retail hardware for Microsoft's motion-control camera, Kinect. Look familiar?
In the two years he's been the executive producer for Microsoft's E3 appearance, Aaron Greenberg's brought The Beatles on stage and tonight, Cirque du Soleil. He expects to be asked how he'll outdo that, and he doesn't have an answer.
In two minutes of pure fury, see teenage angst-enstein Scott Pilgrim tear through hordes of bullies and losers, diss Guitar Hero and kick someone's ass for $9.85. (And hear the badass chiptone-inspired soundtrack.)
It's difficult to narrow down the list of E3 showcase games to "most anticipated" status because each series has fans fired up for the next installment. But this week, Kotaku bravely picked out its biggest games of E3. We think.
Some games don't fit into neat classifications, or their genres aren't as broad as ones like shooters, action games or sports. So we'll create our own group here and tell you who to look for at E3 2010. Everyone into the pool!
GameSpot has posted a big interactive floor plan, showing what's going to be on the showroom floor at E3 next week. Curiously, there are at least three new games on there.
Ahead of next week's E3 in Los Angeles, two new titles for Microsoft's motion-control peripheral, Project Natal, have been revealed.
Sony has been making a big deal about 3D. So too has Nintendo. Until now, Microsoft has been fairly silent on the subject. Looks like that's about to change.
Shooters dominate the modern video game landscape, as evidenced by the sheer number of them being shown off at this year's E3. Here are console and PC shooters we think are going to be the biggest ones on show.
E3 may well be full of unexpected surprises, but one thing that's for sure is we'll see a new Kingdom Hearts game.
E3's famous "booth babes" don't just appear out of thin air. They're hired somewhere. Usually in ads like this, for publisher THQ, which has some stringent demands for the upcoming trade show next month in Los Angeles.
Project Natal is, if you hadn't worked it out by the whole "project" bit, simply a working title for Microsoft's upcoming motion sensing peripheral. What's its actual name? We don't know, but we're about to find out.
No, it's not us. We fly. This is Infinite Lives: The Road to E3, a small-time documentary about four normal dudes who drive across American to attend E3, the industry's biggest show of the year.
Virgin, the company owned and run by British gazillionaire Sir Richard Branson, will soon be getting back into the video game business, according to a report on trade site MCV.
Love it or hate it, 3D is making major waves. Nintendo is the latest company to jump on the 3D express by releasing a glasses-free 3D handheld gaming device tentatively called the Nintendo 3DS.
Last week Microsoft surprised many of us with news that one of their twin E3 press conferences would be on the Sunday before the half-week show. Today Sony tells us when they'll be dropping their big news.
Now that Final Fantasy XIII has been released in Japan, the focus shifts to Final Fantasy Versus XIII. You might have to linger a little longer on Final Fantasy XIII.
More than 120 video game developers, publishers and hangers-on have confirmed that they'll be at this summer's Electronic Entertainment Expo, which organizers say is 90 percent booked.