Thursday, June 24, 2010

List of Games Played at E3 2010 - Ask Questions

We wrote up some reviews and impressions on some of the games we played at E3 but we couldn't write about all of them. Below is a list of all the games we played while at E3. If you have a question about any of them let us know, we will try to answer them in the comment section:

Killzone 3 3D (PS3)
MotorStorm 3D (PS3)
Playstation Home E3 Edition (PS3)
Dead Nation (PS3)
Toy Story 3 – Move (PS3)
Gran Turismo (PS3)
Marvel vs Capcom 3 (PS3)
EA Sports Active 2.0 (PS3)
Tiger Woods 2011 - Move (PS3)
Sports Champions - Move (PS3)
Medal of Honor (PS3)
The Conduit 2 (Wii)
Sonic Colors (Wii)
Mario Sports Mix (Wii)
Wii Party (Wii)
Donkey Kong Returns (Wii)
Kirby Epic Yarn (Wii)
NBA Jam (Wii)
GoldenEye 007 (Wii)
Metroid: Other M (Wii)
Zelda: Skyward Swords (Wii)
Epic Mickey (Wii)
Arc Rise Fantasia (Wii)
Ghost Trick (DS)
Professor Layton 4 (DS)
Super Scribblenauts (DS)
Okamiden (DS)
Mario vs Donkey Kong Miniland Mayhem (DS)
Dragon Quest IX (DS)
Ivy the Kiwi (DS and Wii)
The Grinder (Xbox 360)
Vanquish (Xbox 360)
Castlevania: Lord of Shadow (Xbox 360)
Dead Rising 2 (Xbox 360)
Dance Central - Kinect (Xbox 360)
Game Party: In Motion - Kinect (Xbox 360)
Driver: San Francisco (Xbox 360)
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (Xbox 360)
Pilotwings Resort (3DS)
StarFox 64 (3DS)
3D Target – Augmented Reality (3DS)
Ridge Racer (3DS)
DJ Hero (3DS)
Dynasty Warriors (3DS)
Metal Gear Solid: Naked Sample (3DS)
Nintendogs + Cats (3DS)
Sims 3 (3DS)
Steel Diver (3DS)
Animal Crossing (3DS Video)
Dead or Alive (3DS Video)
Kid Icarus: Uprising (3DS Video)
Kingdom Hearts 3D (3DS Video)
Paper Mario 3DS (3DS Video)
Resident Evil: Revelations (3DS Video)
Mario Kart (3DS Video)
3D Camera (3DS)
Xevious (3DS)
NES Tennis (3DS)
Pac Man Battle Royale (Arcade)


JAKE said...

How was Goldeneye? A let down?

Travis Hendricks said...

@JAKE, GoldenEye was far from a let down. There was only a multiplayer demo available, typical Activision, but it was pretty god all around. They only let us play with the Classic Controller Pro, not my preferred way to control FPS games on Wii, so that took some getting used to. For the most part it controlled how I felt it should.

All weapons in the demo have the ability to zoom by looking down the sights which is reminiscent of the R zoom on the N64 version but it's more modern feeling. Odd Job can throw his hat instead of grenades and they are one hit kills which seems to give him a great advantage. If they space out quickly he can throw them it will greatly equalize things.

All in all, the game showed promise. And considering Eurocom just finished the much applauded Dead Space: Extraction to work on this I think it's in good hands. I actually have high hopes for this game. And the single player sounds great as well. Too bad they didn't let anyone play/see it.

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