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any mention of resident evil portable ??

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BBH said:

The Good
David S. - "Well there are so many things I could consider good about Sony’s conference. They brought some big announcements such as Portal 2 and The new Twisted Metal game, which look pretty damn impressive. The thing that I was most impressed by was the appearance of the legendary Kevin Butler. Butler gave a motivational speech at Sony’s Conference that really hit home. Kevin Butler may have won Sony E3 in the eyes of their fans!"
Steve H. – "Sony started the show off by playing on the bread and butter of the industry….games. A deep showcase of Killzone 3 in the third dimension as well as a montage of 3D games to be released in the coming months. There was a lot to love with this conference, like: Portal 2, Twisted Metal, Kevin Butler, PS , Gran Turismo 5, and much, much more. The presentations were outstanding and never felt like they were taking a subject into overkill. A pleasant surprise was the liveliness of the presenters and how they interacted with the audience, rather than feeling like the show was entirely scripted. The one thing I was happy with in the Sony conference was the huge amount of content covered, which Microsoft and Nintendo really didn’t delve into."
The Bad
David S. - "As always with Sony’s press conferences they love to talk! No problem with that, but they talked way more than I would have liked to have seen. The one good thing out of all the talking was the fact that they did not harp on sales for a majority of their speaking. Still, I would have loved to have seen more some more gameplay footage."
Steve H. – "This problem shows up for me every year with Sony; the amount of talking on stage rather than spending more time showing off the products. Luckily, Sony had a 2 hour window, so they were able to hit tons of content, but still, 5 minutes could have been cut from speaking to showcase another game. Overall though, this really wasn’t as huge an issue as previous years."
The Ugly
David S. - "I didn’t find one thing “ugly” about Sony’s press conference, but if I had to choose one thing it would have been all the montages that they showed. Not that they were bad, but it was just the fact that they showed so many different montages instead of focusing on some of their bigger titles."
Steve H. – "In all honesty, there was nothing Ugly for me in this conference. I believe the PS3 has the most diverse content in the console market, and Sony hit on all points in regards to their system. Well done."

They echo my sentiments quite well.  Lots of good content, but a good bit of filler that slows down the show and makes it somewhat boring.

disolitude said:
Onyxmeth said:
disolitude said:

Holy crap Jaffee...could this game mode be any more complex?

HA! I was thinking the same thing. I love car combat, but that is an extremely complicated premise to explain to everyone. The game is starting to take on a bit of Warhawk it seems. 

I don't think there is anywhere left to go with car combat as a standalone game. I mean, sandbox games already do have car combat, some of them pretty sweet combat (prototype).

I guess his thinking is that complex game modes = next gen car combat game

so does this mean this Twisted Metal game would be online/multiplayer only?

MikeB predicts that the PS3 will sell about 140 million units by the end of 2016 and triple the amount of 360s in the long run.

A small thing i noticed that there was no footage or release date for Ape Escape PS3 :(


but at last year's e3,it was announced for i wrong??

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Forgot to mention, Sorcery looked AWESOME. At first I was totally turned off by the harry potter likeness of Sorcery but it looks like a very good adventure game. Hopefully they have a non-move version, otherwise I won't be buying it.

shanbcn said:
leo-j said:

I have to admit the things that impressed me most include:

PS MOVE being $49.99 (Kinect is $149)



But complete bundle cost is 99$. Still way better then 149$.

Comparatively speaking though, isn't the closest thing to the Move the Wiimote? I mean Kinetic might be pretty expensive, but it's also something totally different from Move. How does Move fare price wise to the Wiimote?

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vyom said:

any mention of resident evil portable ??



but it is releasing in NOVEMBER

ethomaz said:
Slimebeast said:

- No Agent- No Resistence 3- No Last Guardian- No Team ICO Collection- No PSP2- No FF13 Verses

Now spin your way out of that. Only one new core game (Twisted metal). But remember MS had one too (Kingdoms).

According to  VG247's sources the Team ICO Collection will be announced tonight.

Oh. Great. I can see why they didnt announce that at the show, since The Last Guardian wasn't ready to be shown they would have just upset people by reminding them about ICO.

shanbcn said:

I missed Nintendo conference, but it seem they won because of new handheld. So on consoles Sony beat both to the punch.

Not exactly.  Nintendo had an excellent Wii showing with Zelda, DKC (by Retro!), Kirby, Metroid, Mario Sports and some highlighted key 3rd party exclusives like NBA Jam, Goldeneye and Epic Mickey (which they actually brought out Warren Fucking Spector for).  Their only casual fluff was like 5 minutes each spent on Wii Party and Just Dance 2, which means their negatives weren't nearly as bad as Sony's boring Move stuff or Microsoft's embarrassing Kinect stuff either.  

3DS really raped everything though.  Forget handhelds or consoles, 3DS is hands down the winning game system of E3.