When we were preparing for E3, I learned of a charity organization called Extra Life, who focuses on helping children with serious diseases…Diseases like cancer, leukemia and other life threatening illnesses. I also learned that they would be at E3.
I got in contact with them, through the Children’s Miracle Network, and they immediately agreed to an interview with the founder of the organization – a man named Jeromy Adams.
Have you ever wanted to hear the wonderful music from your favorite Zelda games live? For those rockin’ in LA for E3, there’s a live orchestra that’ll play said music symphony style. FleshEatingZipper’s Johnny was able to grab an interview with the producer of the show!
This morning Nintendo had their press conference and it wasn’t bad. Getting into the conference wasn’t easy even though we were all invited; I was having email issues because AT&T is having tower issues, Johnny’s barcode wouldn’t scan and security almost didn’t let Rob in. The seating was more comfortable and it was a lot cooler than the other conferences. Take a look at the images below and come back later tonight and we should have more from Keith and Johnny.
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Yesterday, Ubisoft showed off their new Rayman Legends game during their live press conference with an on-stage demo using development Wii U hardware. What we saw was quite impressive, and it’s clear that game creator Michel Ancel is pulling out all the stops to make his game shine on Nintendo’s new console.
The star of Nintendo’s E3 press conference today was the unveiling of WiiU. While what we saw of their console was sometimes traditional and sometimes exciting, I can’t help but feel that Nintendo is putting most of their eggs into the WiiU basket. Nintendo’s handhelds, which have saved the company from complete annihilation during the N64 and Gamecube eras, came up short here with the 3DS getting only a scant amount of play time. They promised a “few minutes” of coverage today with another standalone event tomorrow as a faint mea culpa, but one can’t help but feel that the 3DS was a gamble that isn’t quite paying off. Here’s why.
We’re here live at Nintendo’s E3 conference and boy, do we already have some stories to tell ya! Liveblog starts now and the conference starts at 9AM PST (12PM EST). Also, they’re playing Gotye again. Why do people keep playing this song?
So today we went to hell…And Microsoft was there, and Ubisoft was there and Sony was there, too!
If you were worried that Ubisoft wouldn’t contribute to the glut of Zombie entertainment lately, then worry not! We learned during Ubisoft’s presser today that the Sam Fisher studio’s first big game for Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U console will be a “zombie survival horror first-person shooter” called ZombiU.
Everyone loves pictures, right? I was finally able to get these uploaded using the hotels wifi (it blows, but it’s free). At Ubisoft, there were no photography allowed on the bottom level so we were escorted to the balcony where the controls were and G4 filming their stuff with Blair Herter and Jessica Chobot. It was really spacious and cool until the place started filling up. After that and throughout the conference it felt like someone turned the heater on. We are posting more articles all the time so keep checking back for more E3 coverage all week!
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We went and sat down with Ubisoft at the E3 2012 press briefing, as you know if you’ve seen the screenshots of Assassin’s Creed and Watch Dogs. As part of that sit down, during the Assassin’s Creed 3 presentation, we got to see some smoking hot videos, including a trailer and a gameplay walkthrough.
Check it out!