The PlayStation 3 exclusive The Last of Us won big at the Game Critics Awards for E3 2012, earning four awards including Best of Show.
While titles like Watch Dogs, The Last of Us and Halo 4 grabbed headlines at this year’s E3, there were a few games expected to make a splash that were M.I.A. See which games’ absence was noticed by us most.
Epic Mickey was a flawed but fun experience for the Wii. With the sequel, Junction Point looks to erase some of the past mistakes while retaining what made the original special. Find out what we thought when we got some hands-on time at E3 last week.
CinemaBlend previewed Harry Potter Kinect at E3 earlier this week, and they’ve shared some thoughts on the general gameplay.
Get your first look at the next generation of gaming with the reveal of Epic’s Unreal Engine 4.
Metro: Last Light was on our short list of most-anticipated titles for E3, and while THQ wasn’t showing the game on the floor, it has revealed a 17-minute gameplay demo for your viewing pleasure.
We managed to get our hands on Borderlands 2 on the E3 show floor, and while there weren’t many surprises in the demo we played, we’re alright with this.
Everyone knows the AAA titles coming out of E3, but we got a chance to see three smaller titles that can play with the big boys.
Naughty Dog’s anticipated post-apocalyptic action game The Last of Us will not be released in 2012.
Dishonored made my list of most anticipated games coming into E3, and after seeing the title for myself, I think its spot was more than warranted.
Square Enix has unveiled a “real time technical demonstration movie that utilizes cutting edge game development technology,” with a Final Fantasy concept dubbed Agni’s Philosophy.
PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale has been mocked as a Super Smash Bros. clone with Sony characters ever since its announcement. After playing the game at E3, the similarities are evident, and that’s not a bad thing.
Nintendo was the last, and arguably most anticipated, of the big three publishers to present at E3 2012. With a new console on the way, did they manage to live up to fan expectations? See what we thought of Nintendo’s big E3 push.
We’ve heard from Microsoft and Sony; now it’s time for the last of the big three press conferences of E3: Nintendo. We’ve already heard further details about the Wii U including a swanky-looking controller that was revealed on Sunday.