0 CommentsPosted by Albert on June 8, 2012 under E3 2012, Featured, Features, General Gaming, Handheld, Headlines, Playstation 3
If there was one word to describe what Sony's Press Conference was all about, it wouldn't take me long to tell you what that word is: Games. Lots of them. Sony has a huge lineup this year spanning from The Last of Us, to God Of War Accession. That does not include a few surprises as well. Sony opened up with a showing off the latest work from Quantic Dream (makers of Heavy Rain) a game titled Beyond. Beyond follows a young girl who appears to have some kind powers that are beyond (no pun intended) this world. It's a game that is about what goes on after you die and the mystery behind ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by EMaster on June 6, 2012 under Cross Border Gaming, E3 2012, Featured, Features, Podcast
Our fourth & final show of our E3 coverage takes us past the announcements that were shown on stage. TGH's own Adam joins us for our final instalment as we discuss more post-keynote announcements and a brief summary of what has taken place. Download Now http://s93380653.onlinehome.us/CBG_Podcast/episodes/cbg112d.mp3 Subscribe: Subscribe to Cross Border Gaming in iTunes. Subscribe to us on Stitcher Add the Cross Border Gaming feed to your RSS aggregator. Contact: Have your questions, comments, and rants read on the air every episode. Send a t... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Matt on June 5, 2012 under E3 2012, Featured, Features, General Gaming, Headlines, Wii
As you all probably know, Nintendo was coming in strong into this year’s E3 with its soon-to-be-released Wii U as well as game announcements for it. While they did reveal some of the console’s feature on Sunday, the emphasis during Nintendo’s conference was a lot more of the games. Here is what they had to present. The press conference started in Miyamoto’s dressing room, in which Pikmins were moving around, only to have one of them fall into the famous game designer’s vest front pocket. After talking a bit about the Wii U Game Pad, Miyamoto officially unveiled Pikmin 3. Coming to... more.
0 CommentsPosted by EMaster on June 5, 2012 under Cross Border Gaming, E3 2012, Featured, Features, Podcast
Yet, another day of E3 coverage continues as Frank & Harold are joined by TGH's own Matt for the afternoon show! Recorded right after the Nintendo E3 press conference. We discuss and summarize the events of the Nintendo Presser. Download Now http://s93380653.onlinehome.us/CBG_Podcast/episodes/cbg112c.mp3 Subscribe: Subscribe to Cross Border Gaming in iTunes. Subscribe to us on Stitcher Add the Cross Border Gaming feed to your RSS aggregator. Contact: Have your questions, comments, and rants read on the air every episode. Send a tweet to @C... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Matt on June 5, 2012 under E3 2012, Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, Wii
Nintendo is coming to Los Angeles with a new console to officially unveil to the public with more details: the Wii U. They also have a few titles to present like Pikmin 3. Even better: the big N usually have many tricks up its sleeves such as surprise game announcement. We will bring you all the scoops on Nintendo’s press conference as it happens starting at 12:00pm East / 9:00am Pacific. ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Hbomb on June 5, 2012 under E3 2012, Featured, Features, General Gaming, Handheld, Headlines, PC, Playstation 3, Wii, Xbox 360
After last year's "Mr. Caffeine" debacle, I wasn't sure what to expect from Ubisoft. The press event opened with a team of dancers promoting Just Dance 4, which apparently included Will Smith's "Wild Wild West" and Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger". Then Flo Rida (Matt had to tell me who he was) performed (again, since I'm not familiar with the works of Flo Rida, I couldn't tell you what song). Let's just say he made the Usher performance at Microsoft's event look good. By the way, Just Dance 4 will be coming October 9. Host Aisha Tyler then came out (Sorry, Mr. Caffeine fans.) and introduce... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Adam on June 5, 2012 under E3 2012, Featured, General Gaming, Headlines
Before E3, gaming juggernaut Electronic Arts has been quite quiet about what they've had on the table, save for a leak and a couple of things already mentioned at Microsoft's press conference earlier in the day. Aside from the typical announcements for their EA sports half, much of what they had was a mystery. That being said, EA actually had some pretty interesting things this year, with "ten new games coming from ten developers." Visceral Games was first up, with VP and general manager Steve Papoutsis introducing Dead Space 3. The newest entry in the Dead Space series seems to have di... more.