Paramount Digital Entertainment has announced that a new Star Trek game will be coming to PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 sometime in Summer 2012, and will take place after the events of the JJ Abrams film, and developed by Digital Extremes.
The Sims 3 owners will finally be getting what they've been asking for, as The Sims 3: Pets has been announced by Electronic Arts for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
There's been plenty of rumors but no real confirmation that Diablo III would be coming to consoles. Blizzard's latest job listing has strongly hinted that the developer may be working on at least a PlayStation 3 version of the game.
Sony Online Entertainment has announced a new co-op shooter, Payday: The Heist, which can best be described as Left 4 Dead with bank robbers.
Electronic Arts has revealed its lineup for E3 2001.
Publisher EA wants to tackle Valve and their mega digital distribution platform Steam. To that end they're launching digital rival Origin today at 5.00pm GMT.
They promise "exclusive game content" that only Origin will provide for upcomers like Mass Effect 3 and Battlefield 3. They aim for Origin to go mobile as well.
Senior VP Christian Svensson of Capcom admits they "had it wrong" when planning the DRM for PC Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition and make changes.
It will no longer be as punishing as character restrictions are lifted for offline play, although challenge room efforts and unlocks remain unsaved if not connected.
Aliens giving Earth a hard time won't be confined to just Xbox 360 as 2K Games announce XCOM will be releasing also on PS3 and PC early next year.
In fact they were kind enough to really chisel in a date as North America gets this first-person shooter reboot for XCOM March 6th, and the 9th internationally.
The sequel to Prey is a huge departure from the original game as this time we not only get a whole new character but we play bounty hunter on an alien world.
The second trailer for Prey 2 has been released and it shows over 3 teasing minutes of CGI loveliness. It's full of gizmos, a fleeing bounty and jet firing boots.
Cloud videogame streaming service OnLive is bringing its subscription model to the UK with OnLive Player Tag registrations beginning June 7th for the Brits.
It'll hit UK retailers with a "vastly more expanded offering" than OnLive's US launch did, said boss Steve Perlman. It'll have over 100 titles - pricing comes later.
EA's Project RedLime over at Swedish studio Starbreeze takes "all the mistakes" they made in The Darkness, which was a shooter, and 'does them right'.
In fact this project is "meant to be the step up" from The Darkness. Former CEO Johann Kristiansson say's they're "trying to be innovative" with RedLime.
Metal Gear Solid 4's completion saw Kojima Productions create their new Fox Engine tech, which has "shortened development time" for "multiplatform" games.
Hideo Kojima announced the new tech at Konami's pre-E3 event. He wants it the "best in the world" and showcased a tech demo of a boy exploring a lush jungle.
The first full, story trailer for Volition's open world game Saints Row: The Third shows how far the villainous protagonist has gotten, even having his own cola. The trailer shows both the humor and the violence that has marked the game since its debut a few years ago.
The first trailer for the Tomb Raider reboot has been posted, which will be shown off at E3 2011. The video shows a young, inexperienced Lara Croft who doesn't find adventure - adventure finds her.
Jagex Games will be showing off their announced MMO Transformers Online, based on the iconic Transformers brand, at Transformers BotCon 2011.
Square-Enix has released a press release announcing the games it'll be showing off at E3 2011 this year.
The closed beta for the Diablo-like MMO Hellgate: London, now simply called Hellgate, will begin on June 5, 7:30pm.
Activision has announced that the 'Escalation' DLC pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops is now available on PC through Steam. The map pack features four new multiplayer maps and an unprecedented Zombie experience, including famed director George A. Romero, Robert Englund, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Michael Rooker and Danny Trejo.
The Apocalypse is almost upon us, and it's still only 2011. Looks like the Mayans were a year off, because Duke Nukem Forever is about to be released. For real.
To celebrate, 2K Games has released the launch trailer - always bet on Duke.
Paul Meegan, current boss of LucasArts, admits they've not be doing the best they can when it comes to videogames, and he vows that will change in the future.
E3 2011 will play host to Star Wars Kinect and BioWare's MMO The Old Republic. LucasArts has "tremendous potential," with "beloved and powerful brands".