Gamers got a little treat this morning with the first, full-length preview to the highly-anticipated Star Wars Battlefront. Not since 2005’s Battlefront II have we seen a new title in the Battlefront series for consoles, but this new trailer definitely makes up for lost time. Unveiling game engine footage, Star Wars Battlefront drops viewers in the middle of an epic struggle between the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Empire on Endor, with a special appearance from Darth Vader. After the break, watch the trailer and find out what exciting new features Battlefront will consist of. Continue reading
The long awaited sequel to the 2008 smash hit, Mirror’s Edge is finally gaining headway, but development team is still hard at work. Electronic Arts brought to their press conference this week an update on Mirror’s Edge 2 showcasing the DICE team plugging away to make this anticipated game a success. You can find the development and gameplay video after the break. Continue reading
When it comes down to it, Nintendo always has the most innovate ways to spice up the videogame world incorporating a non-traditional gameplay to each of their systems. The DS brought dual screens to handheld gaming, the Wii brought motion control, the 3DS incorporates glassesless 3D imaging, and now the Wii-U brings a whole new way to play with the controller. After the jump check out all the big news from the Nintendo press conference from E3 2011.
Videogaming has always come second nature to me whether it involved sports, FPSs, RPGs, action, and all the rest. I have always been fond of the videogaming industry and this year I was able to catch all of the major announcements from Microsoft, Ubisoft, EA, and Sony today thanks to the lovely people at G4. Many big surprises and some disappointments. Mostly, I’ve found this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo is somewhat average, thus far. I don’t own a Playstation 3 or an XBOX 360, but a lot of games they showed today really made me want to buy them, but nothing huge has struck my fancy. Read on and see what I thought of today’s events.