E3 2011 News - Page 2

News: Screenshots of Ace Combat 3D Fly Overhead

Screenshots of Ace Combat 3D Fly Overhead

Bogey spotted

Namco Bandai Games is bringing its Ace Combat series to the 3DS and the publisher has now released some initial game details along with a handful of screenshots. The aerial shooter will provide gamers with real-world aircrafts to fly as they take on a wide range of missions. The touch screen is not only used to lock on to enemy planes...

News: Wii U Uses 25GB Discs and Lacks GameCube Compatibility

Wii U Uses 25GB Discs and Lacks GameCube Compatibility

Good news, bad news?

Along with the unveiling of Wii U at E3, Nintendo subsequently revealed further details regarding the technical specifications of the console. There is, however, plenty we still don't know about Wii U and with a scheduled launch in 2012, we can expect these unknowns to be revealed slowly like a season of Lost. A couple of things...

News: Resident Evil Revelations Introduces Parker Luciani

Resident Evil Revelations Introduces Parker Luciani

Jill Valentine's new partner

It was a year ago that Capcom released that Resident Evil Revelations trailer showing Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield at odds with each other over some unknown situation. Since then, most of Capcom's focus has understandably been on Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, but thankfully, the wait for more information on the game is now over. Revelations is set in 2005, in

News: Wii U Games Using Two New Controllers Being Considered

Wii U Games Using Two New Controllers Being Considered

The more the merrier, right?

For all the questions that Nintendo's appearance at E3 2011 answered, many more new ones have arisen. Nintendo EAD designer Katsuya Eguchi is working on a five-player Wii U prototype game that utilises just the one Wii U controller and four regular Wii Remotes and Nunchuks. Is this because the Wii U controller will have a price tag heavy enough to put users off from..

News: Professor Layton and the Last Specter Trailer

Professor Layton and the Last Specter Trailer

Still life in the DS dog yet

Professor Layton isn't done with DS yet, as his fourth DS outing Professor Layton and the Last Specter is coming to North America later this year. To gear up for the genius and his boy companion's next outing, we've got a trailer showing what you can expect from the final 2D outing in the series. Will you be picking this one up?

E3 2011: Corbie on the Show Floor - Day 2

Corbie on the Show Floor - Day 2

Drop it like it's hot

After the excitement of the first day of E3 there's still plenty to see and do in Los Angeles. Today Corbie will be pounding the floors of the Convention Centre to visit booths from Namco Bandai, NIS America, Warner Bros., Nintendo and more. Keep this page open and Corbie will keep updating it with fresh information and opinions throughout the day..

News: Iwata Asks Delves Into Wii U Development

Iwata Asks Delves Into Wii U Development

Console started life three years ago

Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, and head of the Entertainment Analysis and Development Shigeru Miyamoto sat down for a wide-ranging interview about Wii U, revealing the machine first reared its head in Nintendo meetings back in 2008. The seven-page chat also addresses the perception that Nintendo's addition of a touch screen controller is an admission of the..

News: Wii U Touch Screen is Resistive, Not Capacitive

Wii U Touch Screen is Resistive, Not Capacitive

Lost? Let us explain

The 6.2" screen in the centre of the Wii U controller is likely to use the same resistive technology that features in the DS and 3DS consoles, rather than the more advanced capacitive system used in modern smart phones and Apple's iDevices. Hardware images released by Nintendo show a stylus being used on the touch screen, indicating resistive technology at work as..

News: Wii U's IBM Power Processor Means Business

Wii U's IBM Power Processor Means Business

Companies hook up again

IBM has been providing chips for Nintendo consoles for years and will continue to do so, as the two are joining forces once again to power next year's Wii U. IBM's Power microprocessor will run the console, though neither IBM nor Nintendo has given any clock speeds or solid figures, other than stating it's a bespoke chip for...

News: You May Have Missed These Mini Metroid Nods

You May Have Missed These Mini Metroid Nods

No new game, but Samus's presence is felt

We didn't see a new Metroid game during Nintendo's E3 2011 conference, but that doesn't mean heroine Samus Aran was absent from the show. The Wii U press kit shows off a multiplayer game where two Wii Remote wielders must escape from a Wii U controller user, piloting Samus Aran's ship around and presumably raining down laser death. The ground troops were..

News: You'll Enjoy This HD Wii U Third Party Software Video

You'll Enjoy This HD Wii U Third Party Software Video

Darksiders II, Ninja Gaiden and more

We brought you the list of third-party Wii U games yesterday, but if a picture is worth a thousand words then this video could buy and sell the Oxford English Dictionary 40 times over. Showing off games from Darksiders II to Ninja Gaiden III: Razor's Edge, the machine certainly makes those games gleam. While none of this really shows off what the new controller..

News: Watch Nintendo's Vision for Wii U in HD Video

Watch Nintendo's Vision for Wii U in HD Video

New ideas unfold

The Wii U controller is brand new, but as the machine will interface with all existing Wii accessories and games Nintendo has wisely chosen to show off the controller's possibilities with what it could bring to Wii software. The HD video below shows the ideas it could inject into Wii Sports, Wii Fit Plus and more, as well as unique...

News: Pikmin 3 Plucked from Wii to Find a Home on Wii U

Pikmin 3 Plucked from Wii to Find a Home on Wii U

You must wait longer for Olimar

Yesterday's developer roundtable gave some interesting nuggets of information, with Shigeru Miyamoto confirming that Pikmin 3 will now launch on the company's new Wii U console, skipping Wii all together. Miyamoto explained the console is just a "much better fit" for the series, and having seen the Wii U controller we can't help but agree. How do you feel..

First Impressions: Super Mario 3D (3DS)

Super Mario 3D (3DS)

Super Mario comes to life in full 3D

After the mammoth success of the two Super Mario Galaxy titles on the Wii, we had to know that a new Super Mario title was in the works for Nintendo's new 3DS system. While we received very little in the way of information when the game was first announced, Nintendo wasn't the least bit shy when it came time to put the game on display this week at E3. From the..

News: The DS is About to Enter the Super Fossil Fighters Age

The DS is About to Enter the Super Fossil Fighters Age

Dino-fighting returns this holiday season

The Vivosaurs are far from extinct as Nintendo announces the return of the Fossil Fighters series with the upcoming Super Fossil Fighters on the DS. In the RPG sequel, players continue to find and clean up various fossil pieces and by using them to create and revive the Vivosaurs, enter them into the fossil park-sanctioned tournament. Much like the gameplay..

News: This is the Wii U Controller in All Its Glory

This is the Wii U Controller in All Its Glory

Touch screen, analogue sticks, buttons and all

You wanted a good look at the Nintendo Wii U controller — here it is. The controller does indeed contain a 6" touch screen as well as all the buttons found on the Classic Controller. Here's the full list of gadgetry it contains: New Controller:The new controller incorporates a 6.2-inch, 16:9...

News: Here's Your List of DS Games Due Out This Year

Here's Your List of DS Games Due Out This Year

Slim pickings

We knew there wouldn't be much on show for DS this year at E3, but Nintendo has managed to scoop the last few remaining titles together and sculpt them into a release schedule for the coming year. There are a few notable releases in there, mainly Professor Layton and the Last Specter and Kirby: Mass Attack, but it's understandably light on major titles. Still, there's some games worth..