For fans of the Dead Space franchise, the E3 Expo will be a treat for you as EA officially confirmed, via our friends at IGN, that the next incarnation in the Dead Space franchise will make its first public appearance during E3 (Better known as the Electronic Entertainment Expo).
While there is an outside chance Sony and/or Microsoft may get the first footage during their respected Press Conferences on Monday, EA will probably wait to show the game off during its own Press Conference at the Orpheum on Monday. EA is sandwiched between Microsoft and Sony on Monday.
Are you one of the many PlayStation Plus members and have been wondering why the service doesn't offer any benefits for your shiny, new PS Vita? Sony has been very quiet about the subject and when pressed, they have mentioned to be patient. It now appears the time for patience will be over tomorrow.
PlayStation Plus will expand to include the Vita and PS3 platforms according to "sources with knowledge" on the subject. (I guess that is better than sources without knowledge commenting on it?)
When LucasArts reached out to me about an appointment at E3, I knew something Star Wars was coming--especially after all of the rumors of a new title were in the works. This was confirmed, after a leak and then official confirmation from LucasArts, as Star Wars 1313.
If you are hoping to see Bungie and their new IP, Destiny, at E3 2012, you will be more disappointed than a Bioshock Infinite fan looking for a new E3 build. Destiny and Bungie will be MIA in any "official capacity" for this year.
Though you might find some of Bungie team members wandering the halls of the LA Convention Center this week, they are doing nothing more than "lurking from booth to booth..."
It just isn't our Destiny to see this title at E3 2012. Hopefully 2012 isn't the end of the world so we can learn more about this title in 2013...
Remember Zone of the Enders? No? What about that game that got you a demo of Metal Gear Solid on PlayStation 2? Thought that might help you remember! History has a way of repeating itself and a new incentive for Zone of the Enders HD Collection is coming to get you out and purchase the new collection. The incentive is a downloadable demo of Metal Gear Rising: Reveangence for either Xbox Live or PlayStation Network--depending on the format purchased.
Developer: Harmonix |
Publisher: Harmonix Players: 1+ Player Game |
Release Date: TBA 2012
What happens when you continually release multiple incarnations of a franchise year after year? The market gets saturated and gamers get bored. Unfortunately for us, Activision largely was responsible for milking the "Plastic Instrument" titles to death and also brought down the fun Harmonix created with Rock Band. This premature death to the genre also ensured only one album ever got released for Beatles Rock Band.