Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2010

Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2010 (9)

E3 The Tales of Bearsworth Manor Impressions

Often known for its RPG flagship titles, Square Enix has released its fair share of experimental games in the past; at E3, they showed off their latest WiiWare titles, The Tales of Bearworth Manor: Chaotic Conflicts and The Tales of Bearsworth Manor: Puzzling Pages. Both games use the same basic control scheme and concepts, but different goals to create two different experiences.

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E3 Dead Nation Impressions

Brought to us by the same brilliant minds that created Super Stardust HD, Dead Nation brings us more of the same gameplay that enthralled gamers when it first hit PSN in 2007. This time, the game takes an adventure approach to game progression, pitting players against a city of zombies rather than just endless waves. The-O Network Online checked it out at E3; read our thoughts after the jump.

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E3 Hard Corps: Uprising Impressions

Prequel to Sega Genesis’ Contra: Hard Corps, Hard Corps: Uprising (working title) was one of the simplest, yet outstanding games on the show floor at E3. It is a side scrolling shooter where players assume the role of Bahamut, the antagonist from the original Hard Corps, as they explore his origins. Being a shooter, Uprising had a big emphasis on gameplay and we were begging for more by the demo’s end. Read our impressions to find out why.

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E3 The Agency Impressions

At the Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) booth, we were able to get some hands-on experience on the game, The Agency. The game is aimed to be a massive multiplayer online shooter with a touch of role-playing mashed together. Exclusively on the PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows, SOE is aiming to be the first to change the way online shooters are played. Will this game be a hit for the PlayStation 3 or just another first person shooting game? Continue reading for more information about the game.

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E3 Vanquish Impressions

With very little information on it other than its sci-fi roots and the fact that it’s created by Shinji Mikami of Resident Evil fame, Vanquish may not have caught everyone’s eye. Luckily, a playable demo was available at E3 and we were able to try it. Considering Mikami’s past successes, we were prepared for another exhilarating, fast paced game. Read on to see our impressions.

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