This year Microsoft gave a sneak peek at the next Halo game, Sony gave an in-depth look at ‘Spider-Man,’ Bethesda let us wander the wasteland of West Virginia, and much, much more.
When you’re spending $50, $60, $70 or more on a game, shouldn’t you get a fully finished product? I think so, but the gaming industry disagrees.
At this year’s E3 conference, video game developers’ disturbing vision for the future made itself clear.
What the big three—Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony—have revealed so far at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.
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