Titles such as Crush the Castle and Angry Birds have given us hours upon hours of destructive joy, so what happens when the genre moves its way into the console realm? Iron Galaxy has given us one such scenario: the Xbox-exclusive Wreckateer.
We've all heard about the long-in-development Retro City Rampage, the 8-bit-styled open world game with a heart as big as its funny bone. At E3 this year at the D3 Publisher booth gamers were able to finally go hands-on with it, and what a hilarious romp it turned out to be.
When we last left the beloved Disney mascot in Epic Mickey, peace was restored in the Wastelands, and Mickey had returned home, leaving the brush behind. Now it seems that destruction has returned, and the Mouse is needed again to save the Wastelands. This time, you will have a little bit more help in the form of a familiar rabbit.
The marriage between Level-5 and Studio Ghibli is like heaven, and Namco Bandai are the travel agency that is sending it on its American honeymoon. Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is one title that will have gamers and anime fans alike cheering on their feet, and those who went hands-on with it at E3 will understand why.
Today Microsoft unveiled many games, projects, apps, and various other paraphernalia at their E3 briefing. While there was much pomp and circumstance to be had for what was next for the Xbox 360, there were some moments in the presentation that just seemed kinda on the "meh" side of things. Here now are just some of the highlights, the lowlights, and the shoulder shrugs of the Microsoft show.
The upcoming free-to-play title Firefall amazed us all this past April at PAX East. Now they're looking to add some extra back story in the form of a manga-influenced web comic series. Oh, and did I mention famed sci-fi writer Orson Scott Card is involved? Check out the video preview after the jump!