Those of you hungry for the third installment of the Assassin’s Creed franchise should feel sated after Ubisoft’s press conference today. Ubisoft treated us to some tasty gameplay of their tentpole stealth-action franchise, showing off the game’s stunning visuals, solid animations and the Parkour-heavy, target killing gameplay that we have come to know and love.
We just got out of the Ubisoft press briefing and they had a lot of good stuff to show us. From Wii U titles like Rayman Legends and Zombi U (Both of which got high pitched squeals of delight from the fat beardy guy just to the left of us), to multi-platform titles like Assasin’s Creed 3 and Splinter Cell Blacklist, it looks like Ubisoft is staing up to have one hell of a release schedule.
The show-closer, which hasn’t been given a release date, as yet, was pretty impressive. Read on to find out more about Ubisoft’s upcoming title: Watch Dogs.
Welcome back to the live coverage of E3 2012 at FleshEatingZipper! If you missed it, make sure you check out the Live Blog we did of the Microsoft Xbox 360 Press Briefing, this morning and make sure you check back in for more live blogs and live coverage of E3 2012!
We had loads of fun at Microsoft’s shin-dig this morning and thought you’d like to see some of the pics that didn’t make it into the live blog. So, here they are in their glory. PS, videos will be uploaded soon. Very soon.
My favorite announcement at Microsoft’s E3 press conference wasn’t even a game. Sure, there are legions ready to tear Microsoft asunder for announcing as many services like ESPN and Univision as they were games like Halo 4 or South Park, but that’s really just part of the equation at this point. You simply can’t have a powerful, internet-enabled piece of silicon without some extra responsibilities these days. Before E3, I’d started writing a piece on the life and death of Zune and with today’s announcement, Zune is now officially dead. Read the rest of this article…
In its thunderous open, Microsoft showed off just one of the many fruits of 343 Studios’ work on Halo 4 with a brief introduction to the single-player campaign during their E3 2012 press onference. As we covered in our live blog, the jungle level they had shown seemed awfully reminiscent of Retro’s first-person reboot of the Metroid series. From the more complete visor, to the glowing bug-like enemies and an alien super soldier with a small avatar/chopper in its back. All the time I watched this, I was having flashbacks to Metroid Prime’s exploratory levels.
That’s right kids, we’re here and it’s getting ready to kick off. We’re about 30 minutes from the official start of the briefing and the place is PACKED.
Make sure you stay tuned on this page because the updates will start coming soon and will keep rolling throughout the duration of the conference!
This is the thing — I’m having difficulty writing a nice little blurb for our pre E3 or “prE3” podcast due to hundreds of elevators going up and down outside of our window. Regardless of all the distractions LA has to provide, we discuss the trip to Cali, what we’re doing at E3, and vagina hands. I hoped that intrigued you enough to not run away. Read the rest of this article…
We have arrived! After a number of hours on the road, we have arrived at the Electronic Entertainment Expo and we’re super-excited to show you what we’ve got going on!