This long-delayed MMORPG from Realtime Worlds finally hits the street this week. Players can choose to work on either side of the law with an incredibly detailed character creator and some incredible features.
If you like ridiculous anime characters and loads of fanservice, then Trinity Universe is for you. Featuring characters from games by Idea Factory, Gust and Nippon Ichi, this game has a battle system that’s a little more action-based than your usual menufest.
If you like your shooters brightly-colored, insanely fast and razor sharp, this long-awaited sequel from the Japanese developer Treasure will scratch your sweet spot.
Why not? We’ve got LEGO pretty much everything else at this point, why not make a game with the boy wizard of Hogwarts and all his bricky chums. Covering the first four books in the series, the game focuses more on exploring and collecting and less on combat.
Watch the trailer for Child Of Eden, the new game by Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the creator of Rez. Using the Xbox Kinect, this might be the controller’s killer app.
The history of the Disney Universe is riddled with grand and powerful stories, from The Lion King to Aladdin to Mulan. But not until now has one earned the name “Epic.” In Disney’s new Wii game, Epic Mickey, Mickey Mouse has to save the entire Disney universe by destroying the Blot monster and his evil army using nothing more than a can of paint and some thinner. Who’s the leader of the resistance that’ll soon save you and me? M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E!
Read our previews of the ten most anticipated games of E3 – if you don’t know what to get excited about, may we suggest EA Sports MMA, Marvel Vs Capcom 3 and Vanquish?
This week’s new games take us back to the world of Metal Gear Solid, lets you rock out with Green Day and swing some clubs with Tiger Woods.
Masaya Matsuura is working on a video game featuring R&B legend Marvin Gaye titled War is Not the Answer for Apple products. Who would’ve thought?
The Modern Warfare 2 “Resurgence” Map Pack has been released. Now you can download five maps (three new ones and two re-done ones) for only 15 bucks.
Valve sent out an email to gaming sites and press earlier announcing the cancellation of their planned event for Portal 2 during E3. But they promised a surprise. Check out the slightly humorous email.