Let’s grab a giant platter of sushi news and bite down on the best pieces of gaming news that hit the web on June 17, 2013.
Let’s grab a giant platter of sushi news and bite down on the best pieces of gaming news that hit the web on June 14, 2013.
E3 2013 has come and gone, but there's still quite a bit of fallout to cover from the show. Angelo will have more game previews up shortly. In the meantime, here are some images from the show floor that snapped while walking around looking for coffee and a game to play. The show this year was definitely a lot calmer than shows of the past. The companies didn't even try to out "booth babe" each other this year. Nope, this year's E3 was all about the games and the new systems. And giant statues.
I remember playing every single version of Mario Kart that has ever existed and loving them all. (Ok, maybe not Double Dash.) The Mario Kart series has been one of the most beloved franchises in Nintendo's history. Does Mario Kart 8 live up to its predecessors? I got to find out when I played it at the Nintendo Booth at E3 2013.
One thing I love is South Park, so when news of a new RPG-based South Park game was coming out I did the 'what what in my butt' dance for a good 30 minutes. Ok, maybe five. So how is the game? I had a chance to sit through Ubisoft's presentation and walked away pretty impressed.
Ubisoft had quite a unique setup for their upcoming game, The Crew, here at E3 2013. You could wait in line to play the PC version, wait in line to play the Xbox One version, or wait in the hour-long line for the eight minute full simulator version. Since I hadn't touched an Xbox One controller yet, I figured I'd give it a shot.
Wednesday night is big game night for all of us iOS gaming nuts, and there are some cool new games launching tonight to look out for. Let’s take a look at the big new iPhone and iPad game releases for June 2013 hitting the App Store around 11:00 PM EST.
Readers of Arcade Sushi know that I'm a big fan of retro arcades. Like, a BIG fan. I love the days of the arcades and I love the early systems and toys from the '80s. So when I heard that E3 had a history museum dedicated to the best years in gaming, I had to check it out.
Did you know that Walt Disney invented surround sound? Sure, he's not exactly credited for it, but before Fantasia was released in theaters back in 1940, Walt visited each of the 12 theaters it was showing in (be 1,200 today), and made sure each screen had about 100 speakers around the room to immerse the audience in the experience. Now, 73 years later, Disney Interactive hopes to continue on with that immersive experience with an updated, interactive vision of Walt's beloved classic.
I suck at using first-person with a controller. I'm an old school mouse and keyboard guy when it comes to headshots. I'm an admin in a Counter-strike: Source clan and I love being able to take dudes out with accurate precision. Even while playing Doom III or Quake I prefer playing on my PC. Can I adapt to Warframe's FPS controls for the PS4?