e3 2013

Killer Instinct E3 trailer reveals new free-to-play model (Xbox One only)

Killer Instinct E3 trailer reveals new free-to-play model (Xbox One only)

If you were thinking that a decade of waiting time between the last Killer Instinct video game and now was a long time to wait for fans of the fighting title, you'll be happy to see what's been brewing. What the team at Double Helix have created is a next-generation title using the solid must-haves and basic gameplay that made the original Killer Instinct series a hit. Here we've got better graphics too - who would have thought?

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Killzone: Shadow Fall for PS4 gets epic gameplay walkthrough

Killzone: Shadow Fall for PS4 gets epic gameplay walkthrough

Killzone: Shadow Fall was arguably the most impressive of the PlayStation 4 unveil demos earlier this year, and now developers Guerrilla Games have more of the succulent first-person gameplay to tease us with ahead of the next-gen console's launch. The studio walked E3 2013 attendees through a 21-minute walkthrough - which you can see after the cut - to detail what the PS4 delivers in terms of visual enhancements over the PS3 and more.

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Oculus Rift 1080p support lands for higher-res VR gaming

Oculus Rift 1080p support lands for higher-res VR gaming

The Oculus Rift virtual reality headset has turned some heads since its initial debut, and now that it has been in the hands of developers for a few months now, the creators of Oculus Rift have received some incredible feedback. One of the biggest requests, however, was 1080p. And with the snap of a finger, the Oculus folks have built a new prototype with 1080p support.

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Scosche smartROLL Electronic Gaming Dice aim for iPad

Scosche smartROLL Electronic Gaming Dice aim for iPad

This week the folks at Scosche have begun a search for developers wanting to make use of a pair of gaming dice they've invented for the smartphone and tablet universe. This smartROLL Electronic Gaming Dice SDK the team speaks of will be offered to developers aiming to make use of the new little gadgets, working with games galore by late summer.

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Mad Catz Project M.O.J.O. hands-on

Mad Catz Project M.O.J.O. hands-on

Though we're still back in the prototype stages here with the Mad Catz Android-based gaming console called "Project M.O.J.O.", we've still had the opportunity to take a look at the basic build here at E3 2013. This machine aims to do battle with the few similar products on the market today, namely OUYA, for starters, and remains without a set of solid innards: they MIGHT be going with NVIDIA Tegra 4 for their final build, for example.

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NVIDIA SHIELD as mini game console: hands-on with Nyko PlayPad Pro

NVIDIA SHIELD as mini game console: hands-on with Nyko PlayPad Pro

The folks at Nyko have made a surprise one-two hit today with a variety of accessories that are aimed in the public eye directly at such next-generation devices as NVIDIA SHIELD. What we're seeing right here is the functionality described in our first presentation of their new SHIELD dock, but without the dock. Here we've got NVIDIA's SHIELD working as a miniature Android-based game console attached to an HDTV with a Nyko PlayPad Pro as a controller connected with Bluetooth.

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Nyko Xbox One, PlayStation 4 Charge Bases eyes-on with NVIDIA SHIELD bonus

Nyko Xbox One, PlayStation 4 Charge Bases eyes-on with NVIDIA SHIELD bonus

If you were wondering how it is that Nyko is bringing charger bases for both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4's controllers - look no further. We had a quick chat with the folks at Nyko at E3 2013 this afternoon and got the quick once-over on how their unique technology works. Here well before the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4 are out in the public, Nyko is hitting it hard with unique abilities for the wireless controllers that will define the next generation in console gaming.

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Xbox One’s Ryse: Son of Rome live gameplay eyes-on

Xbox One’s Ryse: Son of Rome live gameplay eyes-on

As Sony's presentation last night appeared to center on the game Destiny, so too are we seeing Microsoft bring the heat today with the game Ryse: Son of Rome. This game is developed by the folks at studio Crytec, the same folks that brought the world Crysis. Here with Ryse: Son of Rome, Microsoft's Xbox One boasts high-powered graphics and a third-person perspective with the gamer taking control of one of history's most infamous warrior tribes.

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