I'm sure a good portion of you Pups came to Screened via the former sister site of GiantBomb. And while I'll be spending a good chuck of my time there in the following days soaking up as much E3 coverage as possible, I figured having the Pup opinions was something I wanted.
For those of you who aren't nerd enough, E3 is an annual video game convention that provides the press, publishers, and developers a place to reveal new hardware, games, and see everything new.
I'll do my best to update this with new info but I ask you Pups update this space with anything and everything you learn over the next few days about vidya games.
Late Sunday Update:
In case you weren't aware Nintendo did an early pre-E3 press conference basically talking about some of the WiiU's controller, it's capabilities, and most importantly all the future WiiU online features. Some interesting stuff in there changing the interactivity of how you game and how friend's playing the same game effects that. Check out this link.
Microsoft Press Conference Update:
Halo 4 campaign footage, new enemies. New Gears of War. Black Ops 2 looks crazy, it's the future! Tomb Raider where Lara gets the shit beat out of her. South Park the RPG. Forza now in an open world.
And a bunch of non-gaming talk. Xbox Smart Glass (interaction between tablet, phone, and TV), Usher performs, and Bing in espanol!
EA Press Conference Update:
New Medal of Honor game and Battlefield 3 expansions. New Need for Speed game. A bunch of sports games that want your twitter feed. UFC comes to EA. Dead Space 3 announced with drop in drop out co-op. And please don't forget about Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Ubisoft Press Conference:
Assassin's Creed 3 gameplay. Shotmania gameplay. Rayman running on the WiiU. ZombiU.
And even a new IP!
Sony Press Conference:
New Assassin's Creed 3, God of War, Playstation Battle Royale, and Far Cry 3 footage. Plenty of mention of some spell book and JK Rowling. Cross platform integration and great footage of The Last of Us.
Nintendo Press Conference:
Pikmin 3 and New Super Mario Bros. U. Some focus on the 3DS, plenty of ports of already existing 3rd party games, and no announcements about pricing or date for the WiiU.