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  • G4 Staff's Top 5 E3 Highlights, Part 2

    Now that we've had proper time to recover and dwell upon the week that was, it comes time for the impossible task: narrowing down E3 2009 to just five favorite things. We asked the X-Play and G4tv.com staffers to disconnect from the hive mind and come up with their individual lists, with only one rule: there are no rules.* *(Excluding the rule...

    Posted June 11, 2009

  • Steven Spielberg Not Necessarily Making Project Natal Games

    There was quite a bit of commotion at Microsoft's pre-E3 press conference last week when acclaimed film director Steven Spielberg emerged on stage to talk about Project Natal, Microsoft's new camera-based take on motion control. Just because he endorsed the possibilities of Project Natal, however, doesn't mean he's working with Microsoft on...

    Posted June 11, 2009

  • EA Executive Describes Bizarre Creations' Blur As "Completely Underwhelming"

    EA Games Europe’s senior vice president Patrick Soderlund is on a roll this week. On Tuesday, I told you about his alleging that, unlike the PlayStation 3, the Xbox 360’s tech has been “maxed out.” Now today, Soderlund is once again taking personal shots, only this time they’re aimed at targets closer to...

    Posted June 11, 2009

  • The MMO Report: E3 2009 Special Part 1

    Ah E3, the biggest gaming event of the year. E3 2009 was full of amazing games, and this year more MMOs than we could count! Check out Part 1 of The MMO Report's E3 2009 Special featuring DC Universe Online, Heroes of Telara, The Agency, Soul of the Ultimate Nation, Huxley, and APB. Then come back here tomorrow to check out Part 2. Yes, there...

    Posted June 11, 2009

  • Microsoft's Project Natal Launch To "Conceptually" Rival That Of The Xbox 360

    Even if Microsoft and Sony are actually using the same motion-sensing technologies that Nintendo supposedly rejected when it was developing the Wii, that will most likely have absolutely zero effect on how successful and game changing those motion-controlled technologies will be once they’re finally released. For Microsoft, the risk/reward...

    Posted June 11, 2009

  • G4 Staff's Top 5 E3 Highlights, Part 1

    Now that we've had proper time to recover and dwell upon the week that was, it comes time for the impossible task: narrowing down E3 2009 to just five favorite things. We asked the X-Play and G4tv.com staffers to disconnect from the hive mind and come up with their individual lists, with only one rule: there are no rules.* *(Excluding the rule...

    Posted June 10, 2009

  • Opening The Valve: The Gabe Newell Interview

    While the Valve faithful were probably expecting an update on what was happening with the third Episode of Half-Life 2 episodic content, or something about a Portal sequel, E3 2009 would prove not to be the place for that. A few days before E3 dropped, the world discovered what Valve was hiding. Coming off a successful Left 4 Dead release on the...

    Posted June 10, 2009

  • G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra E3 2009 Trailer

    What could be more exciting than finally watching G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra in movie theaters this summer? Only joining the team to combat Cobra Command yourself with the G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra videogame, of course. Here's the trailer for G.I. Joe, which is set to be released in August '09. G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra E3 2009 Trailer ...

    Posted June 10, 2009

  • Valve Cites "Obscure Architectural Decisions" For Its Lack Of PS3 Support

    Yesterday, I posted a story about EA Games of Europe executive Patrick Soderlund’s comments about the Xbox 360 having been “maxed out” while the PlayStation 3 has not been. Vague and unsubstantiated claims aside, Soderlund is obviously discussing the architectural differences between the technologies that power each console,...

    Posted June 10, 2009

  • Pandora Considers Consoles 'High Priority,' Won't Say Who They've Talked To

    Don't get me wrong. When Microsoft announced a partnership with Last.fm for their streaming music service on Xbox Live, I was excited. But Andrew Pfister and I, both heavy iPhone users, looked at one another and said "I wish it was Pandora." Pandora Radio is another streaming music, radio station-centric service. Other gamers have...

    Posted June 10, 2009

  • E3 2009 Booth Babe Roundup

    Of all the important revelations to come from E3 2009, perhaps the one that was greeted with the most excitement was the return of the Booth Babe, that lovable, fishnet-wearing, lycra-clad mistress of information that raises the blood pressure of passers-by and excites them about the games through the power of sex appeal. We can think of no more...

    Posted June 9, 2009

  • Red Steel 2 HD Direct-Feed Gameplay

    A good reason to get your hands on the WiI MotionPlus is so you can play Red Steel 2, where your Wii remote can quickly switch between a giant sword and a pistol to slash and shoot down your enemies. If you're curious to see how it all works, check out the direct-feed gameplay video for Red Steel 2. Red Steel 2 Direct-Feed Gameplay Watch...

    Posted June 9, 2009

  • Shadow Complex Direct-Feed Gameplay

    Your girlfriend is kidnapped and being harshly interrogated in a mysterious building. What do you do? Explore!! Check out the direct-feed gameplay for the new action side-scroller Shadow Complex, based on the Orson Scott Card novel, Empire. Shadow Complex Direct-Feed Gameplay Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version

    Posted June 9, 2009

  • Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Direct-Feed Gameplay

    We were already impressed with Uncharted 2: Among Thieves which won Best Game of The Show from E3 2009 on X-Play, but here's a more visual look with this direct-feed gameplay demo from the game. With all those flying bullets, climbing across walls and jumping between buildings, Uncharted 2 looks more like an action adventure movie than a...

    Posted June 9, 2009

  • Shock! Nintendo Has 'No Plans' For Wii Price Cut

    In news that should surprise no one, Nintendo has reiterated -- for the millionth time, it feels like -- that the company has no plans to introduce a price cut for Wii in the foreseeable future. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata deflected suggestions of a price cut for their still-popular console in an E3 interview with CNBC. "Right now, we...

    Posted June 9, 2009

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