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Archive for 9 June 2011


E3 2011: Saints Row: The Third Preview

It’s a shame, in one deeply selfish sense, that Saints Row: The Third looks so exciting.

By Paul Younger | 9 Jun 2011 | Comments Off

E3 2011: SSX Preview

I’d forgotten about SSX. I don’t mean I’d forgotten that a new SSX game had been announced – I mean that the entire series had just completely dropped off my mental map.

By Paul Younger | 9 Jun 2011 | Comments Off

E3 2011: Inversion Preview

One of few games that is not a sequel, remake or ‘spiritual successor’ at this year’s E3 is Inversion, a third-person shooter from Saber Interactive.

By Paul Younger | 9 Jun 2011 | Comments Off

Far Cry 3 Demo Walkthrough – E3 2011

Shown for the first time at the UbiSoft conference on the big screen, the next game in the series was revealed courtesy of this E3 demo video.

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E3 2011: Asura’s Wrath Preview

Asura’s Wrath is a game about me. I know! I was surprised too!

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Star Wars: The Old Republic E3 2011 Eternity Vault trailer

Another new trailer from Bioware and this time it shows the Eternity Vault.

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E3 2011: Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Preview

I’ve never really been the biggest fan of Ace Combat. From the games that I’ve played I find the series to be a little stale and lacking in any real personality.

By Paul Younger | 9 Jun 2011 | Comments Off

E3 2011: Need for Speed: The Run Preview

Personally, one of E3 2011’s biggest surprises came during the initial demo presentation of Need for Speed: The Run.

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E3 2011: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Preview

Ok, look. We’re well aware that what most people want to know about Deus Ex: Human Revolution is whether it can live up to the legacy of the first game.

By Paul Younger | 9 Jun 2011 | Comments Off

E3 2011: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Preview

There are few series as weirdly big as The Elder Scrolls.

By Paul Younger | 9 Jun 2011 | Comments Off