Archive:  June, 2012

By James, June 8, 2012 Gaming Weekend

Y HELO THER I know everyone is excited about E3 bouncing around, and I’m certainly looking forward to some of this stuff.  But we live in the present, not the future!  I’ve been on the road for work lately, so… Read More »

By Anthony DeVirgilis, June 7, 2012 E3, News, Nintendo

This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop Art of Balance TOUCH! – Grab your stylus and build a balanced stack in this physics-based puzzler. Enjoy 200 levels that not only challenge your skills but also spark… Read More »

By Anthony DeVirgilis, June 6, 2012 E3, News, Nintendo

So on Tuesday the Wii U press conference was pretty lackluster, with the exception of Pikmin 3, Nintendo Land, Zombi U and Lego City Underground.  We will have complete up to the minute updates as Nintendo hopefully announces so new… Read More »

By Ryno, June 6, 2012 E3, Microsoft, News, Nintendo, PC, Sony

According to Square Enix, this video is running in real time showcasing a new engine brought to us by Luminous Studio.  The tech demo is called Agni’s Philosophy and it looks every bit of what we hope for from the… Read More »

By Jeffrey Wilkes, June 5, 2012 E3, Microsoft, News, Nintendo, Sony

So far, in a gathered opinion….Ubisoft has won E3 so far.  Microsoft, Sony and yes even Nintendo didn’t have anything truly worthy of taking this year’s show.  I wish Nintendo had a lot more better games to present, possibly a Zelda… Read More »

By Shaun Zimmerman, June 5, 2012 E3, News, Nintendo

Today Nintendo announced a new game called Nintendo Land for the upcoming Wii U console.  Like Wii Sports did for the Wii, this game is designed to show consumers exactly what the new Wii U GamePad can do for gaming…. Read More »

By Shaun Zimmerman, June 5, 2012 E3, News, Nintendo

To the surprise of no one in attendance, Nintendo announced New Super Mario Bros. U as a launch title for their new Wii U system during their E3 presentation today.  As the name suggests, this is a return to the… Read More »