In one of Conan O'Brien's recent segments he took a trip to E3 and, naturally, hilarity ensued. Watch as he meets Bayonetta, checks out games like Dead Rising 3, weighs in on the console debate, and more after the jump.
Despite the fact that Nintendo went against the grain with its style of E3 presentation this year, what we saw on display was more or less what we've come to expect from the company, including the Zelda games. Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma is more than aware of this, though, and, as he told Engadget, "If we don't change we might die." Read on for more.
A ton went down at E3 this week, so it's understandable if you missed some of the action. Thankfully, Nintendo is here with a recap video that wraps up the festivities nicely, covering pretty much everything they had to show off in brief. Check it out after the jump.
While speaking during E3, Super Smash Bros. designer Masahiro Sakurai was ready to divulge some information, but not all of it. One thing Sakurai is currently keeping behind closed doors is what happens when Kirby swallows the fighter's most celebrated new addition, Mega Man. See what he had to say after the jump.
Plenty of mystery surrounded The Evil Within when it was first announced, but one thing continued to stand out: The allure of Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami returning to his survival horror roots. If you haven't seen any of the game in action yet, dig the walkthrough after the jump.
Rune Factory 4 is currently scheduled to arrive on Nintendo 3DS in North America this summer, and XSEED offers up the first taste of the English version in the E3 trailer. Get ready to "make new memories together" after the jump.
Those looking forward to the upcoming 3DS and Wii U edition of Super Smash Bros. now have another thing to celebrate outside of the addition of Mega Man and the Wii Fit Trainer: Tripping will not be included in the game. More after the jump.
Fans of Fez—the perspective-switching platformer from outspoken creator Phil Fish—got some good news out of E3's Horizon Indie Game Conference, where a sequel was officially announced. See a quick teaser past the break.
Whether you plan on reliving Final Fantasy X and X-2 or experiencing them for the first time, an E3 trailer is here to set up the stories of both remastered RPGs. See how they look in HD after the jump.
Sony isn't the only company taking aim at restrictive DRM practices this week. According to a chat with Polygon, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime believes the solution for those worried about used games is to simply make better games. Read on for more.
It seems like open-world follow-ups have been a recurring theme of this year's E3. A reboot of sorts for first-person parkour action game Mirror's Edge was teased earlier this week, and according to EA Labels boss Frank Gibeau it will be an open-world action adventure game. Read on for more.
The 3DS follow-up to Yoshi's Island returns in a new trailer thanks to this week's E3 event, and now the next adventure of Yoshi and Baby Mario is known, unsurprisingly, as Yoshi's New Island. See the familiar looking gameplay in action after the jump.
Sony, please quit playing games with our hearts. While speaking with GameTrailers, Sony Computer Entertainment America CEO Jack Tretton said Team Ico's The Last Guardian is on hiatus, but that statement has since been corrected. Read on for more.
Thanks to a rift in time and space, crossover tactical RPG Project X Zone is almost ready to make characters from the libraries of Sega, Namco Bandai, and Capcom cross paths. See the latest burst of English footage after the jump.
Fans got pretty used to waiting for Final Fantasy Versus XIII, which as of this week's E3 show is officially known as Final Fantasy XV. The wait may continue, but at least we have more footage to chew on, including the fantastic-looking gameplay trailer after the jump.