Pictured: E3 Opening, Circa 2006. Not Pictured: Attendees carrying six bags of ‘nerd-loot’. As anyone who has ever attended the Electronic Entertainment Expo knows, swag is ubiquitous at E3. From keychains, ...Read More »
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Since the launch of the Xbox 360, we’ve been yearning for a wholly strategic title. While a few Xbox Live arcade titles, have amusing us for a week or two, they haven’t scratched the itch, ...Read More »
Not pictured: Our Sixaxis; because a black controller on black bag is too tactical. For many gamers, finding the optimal seating object can be an exercise in frustration. While the couch ...Read More »
Strange Timing Award: Four days after the show’s finale, Capcom announces Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop. Did they think the title would get lost in the E3 shuffle? Most Improved Company: While Sega’s Devil ...Read More »
Immediately before showing us the latest entry to Lara Croft’s exploits, Eidos treated us to a substantial lunch. We were ushered into a darkened, air-condition room and within a few minutes we were quickly asleep. ...Read More »
This week next-gen console fans must survive on a strict diet on demos, DLC, and a healthy anticipation for upcoming Soul Caliber 4. For Nintendo owners, this week brings a few viable options. 360– ...Read More »
For Best in Show, Tech-Gaming is highlighting all the outstanding games shown at E3, 2008. For us, these are the must-play titles, that we had a hands-on experience with, at the show. Swedish developer GRIN ...Read More »
Midway Games has had their share of ups and downs, from the low valleys of Blacksite: Area 51 and Hour of Victory to the pinnacles of Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy and Touchmaster. After spending a ...Read More »
Sitting unnoticed in the middle of Nintendo’s booth was Rhythm Heaven, a sequel to the Japanese-only GBA title, Rhythm Tengoku. The game is played with the DS rotated book-style, and has one simple mechanic. The ...Read More »
For Best in Show, Tech-Gaming is highlighting all the outstanding games shown at E3, 2008. For us, these are the must-play titles, that we had a hands-on experience with, at the show. Everyone once in ...Read More »