The big story on Day One of E3 2010 was the Xbox 360′s motion capture gaming device, the Kinect. Eager crowds jammed their faces up to a row of Plexiglas chambers, as demo guys showed off new titles for this ground-breaking entertainment experience.
One of the most impressive titles was Kinectimals. A demo guy stood in front of …
With only two of us from the Hive Mind covering the largest video game expo in NA, it’s nearly impossible to cover everything and anything throughout each day. So I’ve compiled a few demos, trailers and nuggets of news that are worth taking a look from day one of E3. Enjoy.
DC Universe Online will be out November 2, 2010.
Nintendo’s press conference at E3 2010 spooled out in a rapid-fire fashion, starting by announcing the return of one of the company’s major characters. Link–hero of Nintendo’s action RPG series–returns in a new title Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword out in 2011. The Wii game will use the Wii-mote and nunchuk, mapping them to …
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the web:
First Look At Andrew Lincoln As Rick Grimes In The Walking Dead [via AMC]
Why Gadget Makers Should Target Late Adopters [via Wired]
Oops: FML Meme Now Plastered In NY Subway [via CNET]
Wikipedia To Loosen Controls [via
Congratulations to Summit Entertainment for the most ridiculous lawsuit of the year, in which they’re suing the manufacturers of a jacket worn by one of the characters in Twilight for telling people that their jacket was worn by one of the characters in Twilight.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Summit Entertainment filed a …
At Nintendo’s E3 press conference today, the company gave the 3D, no-glasses-required Nintendo DS the official “Nintendo 3DS” moniker. Originally announced in March, Nintendo’s next portable brought with it a fair amount of additional detail today. The official announcement can be found here, the specs page can be found here, and …
Sony just announced pricing and availability for its “Move” motion control system. The controller itself will cost $50, the navigation controller will run $30, and there will be a bundle including the Move controller, PSEye camera, and a game called “Sports Champions” for $100.
There will also be a PS3 package …
The ongoing legal action between Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane over creation and ownership of characters from McFarlane’s Spawn series looks set to drag on even longer, with US District Judge Barbara Crabb giving both sides an additional ten days to submit additional arguments for their respective cases before reaching a …
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Rumors of a Google-backed music service aren’t necessarily new by any means but CNET has recently re-fanned the flames by citing “multiple music industry sources” as saying “Google could launch a music service that offers song downloads and streaming music as early as this fall.”
The search engine giant has several things …
Monday, June 14, 2010
Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the Web:
“That’s A Wrap!” – Filming Of The Harry Potter Series At An End [via Slash Film]
ESPN Comes To Xbox 360 Game Console [via LA Times]
New Castlemania Game Confirmed, Will Be A Part Of XBLA’s Summer Of Arcade [via Kotaku]
E3 2010: Dead Space 2
Evan and I are on the ground at Ubisoft’s E3 press conference in LA. The show doesn’t start until 5PM PT but we already know about two upcoming titles thanks to a Teleprompter glitch – Child of Eden and Michael Jackson. Stay tuned.
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