Archive for category E3 2013
You may have missed it but Sony’s conference at E3 included the PS Vita. Among the games showcased was the delightful Tearaway which we haven’t seen since it was announced at Gamescom last year. Media Molecule folded and glued together a new trailer for E3 where you can see the gorgeous paper craft style and excellent use of the rear touch pad in action. Check it out!
I’m off to make a paper elk.
Call Of Duty Ghosts, is shaping to be quite a unique gaming experience. This is what was shown at the pre-E3 conference. This video shows part of the mission “No Mans Land” and, the series new addition ‘Riley the dog’, in action. A huge thanks to GamersPrey for the video.
We can’t deny that E3 this year is and has been all about the next-gen consoles. However, we shouldn’t overlook the fact that the PS3 is still going strong and will be getting more love for a few years to come.
Accessories 4 Technology, whom own the well-known UK based PS3 accessories brand 4Gamers; and of course are an Official PlayStation accessories developer, will be making a huge announcement at E3. One point to note though is that the announcment is geared towards a more younger generation of gamer. As a parent, I think that this announcement is massive! My daughter is 6 (going on 7), and she loves gaming. Throw on a copy of LittleBigPlanet Karting, Hamsterball, Wonderbook, or PS Move’s Start The Party on and she’ll be hooked on it for hours – of course, as a parent I have to limit the amount of time she spends on our beloved console for many reasons.
So, back to A4T. We all love to play games, especially the younger generation – and this is where Accessories 4 Technology comes in. They have developed some awesome PS3 accessories which are aimed at young gamers. This new range is going to be called KidzPLAY.
With E3 starting tomorrow, we’re going to try to get all the important conference streams on here, with current ones being available for view on the home page, switching them out after one concludes (unless one runs simultaneously with another). With that said, we’re looking at three of them relevant to PlayStation, unless we get demand for Nintendo and Microsoft conferences as well. To start, EA’s conference takes place at 1PM PDT, followed by Ubisoft’s at 3PM, and Sony’s at 6PM. Be sure to join in on the site chat after the jump!