e3 2010

The sights of E3 2010

The Electronic Entertainment Expo is the gaming industry’s equivalent of the Consumer Electronics Show and the North American International Auto Show. It’s a massive show filled with game

Portal 2: bigger, better, and definitely more insane

I just got out of my Portal 2 meeting a little while ago, where Erik from Valve went through a few of the game’s new features and themes. It’s nothing particularly new if you read the Game

Hands-on: 3DS hardware and gaming impressions

We got our hands on the 3DS this morning at Nintendo’s press conference, but it wasn’t exactly a proper hands-on. It was just a simple demo to basically show that it works. Well, I just wa

Video: Portal 2's E3 2010 trailer

Do you want to see the same Portal 2 trailer that Matt and I saw a few moments ago during Sony’s press conference? Of course you do! Also: the game’s official site isn’t live yet, bu

It's now Sony's 3D world

Sony’s future isn’t motion control, but yet the other current home entertainment gimmick, 3D. Oh sure, Sony is fully embracing motion control as well with the Move and it works great, but let&

"Playstation Plus" – in which you pay Sony so you can borrow demos and PS3 themes

There’s always a hardcore market. But $50/year may be too steep for what they’re offering. Early access to demos, special themes, and a handful of mini games? I don’t know. And it al

SteelSeries announces Spectrum 5xb and 4xb headsets at E3

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/steelseries-5xb-4xb.jpg" />SteelSeries announced at E3 today three new peripherals for the XBox 360: the Spectrum 5xb premium headset, th

YouRockGuitar MIDI guitar now shipping

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/zoomed-control-panel1.png">This odd guitar - it's basically a MIDI device that is compatible with Rock Band and Guitar Hero by adding opt

OnLive Cloud Gaming Service goes live June 17

Take that, naysayers! OnLive, the cloud gaming service designed to allow you to play almost any game over the Internet is going live on June 17 and, thanks to a partnership with AT&T, the service

First impressions and hands-on: Nintendo 3DS

There’s not a lot to say about Nintendo’s new handheld, unfortunately: our demos are limited to one minute, the lighting is bad, and of course the 3D effect doesn’t translate to pict

Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword announced along with vastly improved Wii interaction

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/e3nin-007.jpg">Here we go: another E3, another Zelda. The latest in the Zelda canon is <i>Skyward Sword</i>, a MotionPlus compatible game

Nintendo press conference, E3 2010

Hey, all. I’m here at Nintendo’s E3 event to give live impressions on what we expect to be the announcement of the 3DS, among other things. You don’t have to rely on me for the blow-

Watch the Nintendo E3 press conference live

Just like with Microsoft’s presser yesterday, nearly everyone with a video camera is streaming the today’s Nintendo event. That means you can watch live when the festivities start at 9am P

Casio shows off the Green Slim Projectors, for gamers

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/XJ-A155_Light.jpg" />Gamers listen up. You know that 40-inch LCD you’re proud to show your friends when playing <a href="http://www.cru

Up close with PS3 Move

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/sonymove2.jpg">Our own little Peter Ha had a great hands-on with the PS3 Move at Sony's HQ in California. Interestingly, <a HREF="http://

Children of Eden: It's Rez all over again, but better

Among the other, more mundane announcements at Ubisoft’s press conference, this one really caught my eye — and the eye of many others. It’s from the creator of Rez, and it shows. I t

BattleTag is… Lazer Tag, reborn

I’m not sure what I just saw, but at Ubisoft’s press conference, a bunch of people were running around shooting lasers at each other. It’s… Lazer Tag, except it keeps track of

On the Xbox 360 Kinect experiment and the future of motion controls

Microsoft has been busy over the last year. It was during E3 2009 that Microsoft blew everyone away with what was then dubbed Project Natal. It promised to bring full body motion control to the 360. W

Mad Catz rocks out with new Rock Band 3 accessories

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Keyboard-360.jpg" />With the release of Rock Band 3, there's the inevitable flood of third party peripherals (many better quality then th

Kinect's launch lineup: something for everybody

Microsoft has been touting its Kinect all morning, and it’s clearly being marketed as a family-oriented device. They demoed quite a few games, covering a lot of territory; gaming rags are alread
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