E3 is a den of promises. Promises sell products. And according to the cynics of the world, promises are meant to be broken.
This is the DEK and it may be the first video game peripheral designed to work with the latest, wildly unpopular Tony Hawk skateboarding and snowboarding games that require dedicated skateboard controllers to play.
Some skating games show things that are, and ask you "why not?" Shaun White Skateboarding sees things that aren't, and leaves you to ask "why."
Ubisoft and pro snowboarder Shaun White's inventive skateboarding game is scheduled to launch next week, but it appears the PlayStation 3 version of Shaun White Skateboarding has hit a snag. It's been delayed. Updated with response from Sony.
Snowboarder Shaun White is skating into Tony Hawk territory with his upcoming title Shaun White Skating boarding. The game, which Kotaku previously previewed, is being shown in 3D at this year's Tokyo Game Show.
With only two games in their current line-up slated to support 3D, Ubisoft is waiting on widespread 3D support for the same reason consumers are slow to adapt 3D television technology - the high cost.
Shaun White Skateboarding isn't just about shaping the world into a skate park, it's also about anarchy and rebellion, fighting the power and overthrowing government.
E3 is right around the corner, and the big publishers are rolling out lists of what they'll be bringing to the show. Ubisoft's list includes Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, Shaun White Skateboarding, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, the next installment of the Driver series, and "many other titles" that haven't…
Shaun White Skateboarding won't just give players the chance to live out their skateboarding fantasies this fall; it'll give them the power to transform an entire city into the skate park of their dreams.
Is the grand tradition of colorful video game manuals coming to a close? It is for Ubisoft, as the company launches an initiative to replace tree-hungry paper manuals with in-game instructions for all PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 titles.
Ubisoft and two-time Olympic gold medal snowboarder Shaun White kick the Tony Hawk franchise while its down with the announcement of Shaun White Skateboarding.