Star Wars: Battlefront was officially announced by Electronic Arts and DICE in a brief teaser trailer showing some action on the planet Hoth.
Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is not Plants Vs. Zombies 2 after all. Instead, it's something quite different - a team oriented class-based third person shooter with plants and zombies. Yes, Battlefield Plants Vs. Zombies.
Microsoft revealed a new gameplay video for Crytek's now-Xbox One action title Ryse, which is set during the Roman Empire, and the most surprising think about the video is that it seems Ryse has abandoned Kinect motion control for more standard quicktime button presses.
Microsoft showed off the first exclusive Xbox title ever developed by longtime PlayStation developer Insomniac Games, a wild third-person shooter Sunset Overdrive, which seems to be a fun, more peppy version of Brink. With mutants.
Konami kicked off Microsoft's pre-E3 press briefing with a stunning gameplay trailer of Hideo Kojima's Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain.
The announcement that got the biggest cheers at Electronic Arts' pre-E3 press conference was the long awaited sequel Mirror's Edge 2, the final title shown at the briefing.
Microsoft released a teaser for a new Halo game for the Xbox One, showing off what appeared initially to be a Dune-style desert planet game, but dramatically revealing Master Chief - in yet another new armor change.
Microsoft unveiled the price of the Xbox One at the pre-E3 press briefing - sort of. Don Mattrick announced that there would be a "Day One" exclusive premium Xbox One running at $499.99.
During Microsoft's pre-E3 press briefing, Dead Rising 3 was announced as an Xbox One exclusive coming this Holiday season. This time, the protagonist is a chatty auto mechanic named Nick Ramos.
Undead Labs' State of Decay, the zombie survival sandbox for Xbox Live Arcade, has gone and "smashed all kinds of records" like its players have gone and caved in so many zombie craniums.
A quarter of a million units shifted in just 48 hours, with only Mojang's Minecraft having sold faster. The studio can't find the words to "describe the feeling," as this is their first official studio release.
You can't have an Electronic Entertainment Expo without Electronic Arts surely? That'd make it E2 or something, right? Tonight EA will begin their E3 2013 conference at 1:00pm PDT/9.00pm BST/10.00pm CET.
The live stream will be available here at your convenience, cramming bandwidth with multi-platform this, DLC monetisation that, and maybe something about a galaxy far, far away...
The Las Vegas-based Petroglyph Games will be shutting down their MOBA Battle For Graxia June 27th after it has failed to achieve a sustainable community for the studio. They no longer accept purchases of currency.
Free currency has been given to current players with plans to make all items free after its last tournament. Petroglyph "reserve the right to bring BFG back" in the future, and it is their hope to do so.
Whoops. We just couldn't wait a few more hours could we? A CGI trailer for Watch Dogs has gone and sprung a leak online, spilling all 3 minutes of itself on the Internet like hot coffee on your tax return form.
It teases hacking vigilante Adrian Pearce who boasts he just needs 'four seconds and a clear signal' to mess with you. Elsewhere Xbox Live Marketplace outted 'Just Dance 2014'.
Tick tock. High seas piracy and ceiling pipe espionage will be exposed tonight with Ubisoft's E3 2013 Media Briefing, which starts at 2.40pm PDT in the US, and 10.40pm BST/11.40pm CET in Europe. We're streaming!
All those data bits will be funnelled right here for your viewing pleasure. It starts at a totally bonkers 40 minutes past the hour, dismissing the 30 minute mark as too rational and cliche.
What does One and 360 have in common? That's right, they're both patented to Microsoft corporation. I'm writing the royalty cheque as we speak. The other thing they have in common is E3 2013.
A little later today Microsoft kicks off their E3 press conference and we have it right here for you, so why not sit back, relax and let us stream you the goods. It all begins 5.30pm BST/6.30pm CET.
It's time to descend down into another E3 rabbit hole and this time to give us a push is Sony with their E3 2013 press conference. You don't have to be in LA to enjoy the madness because it's streamed right here!
Sony's E3 presser begins today at 5:30pm Pacific/8:30pm Eastern if you're Stateside, but for those across the Atlantic near that bit that looks like a boot, it begins 1.30am BST/2.30am CET.
Maxis have booted update 5.0 out the door and into the real world for SimCity Mayors to, hopefully, enjoy. This update focuses a lot on regional issues and multi-city functionality, like gifting and services.
One of the problems is Sims not being able to return home after commuting, which causes buildings to be abandoned. Gifting resources is promised to be more reliable.
Codemasters' virtual tyre screecher GRID 2 maintains first pole position in the UK all format chart for another week, with FIFA 13 equally holding onto 2nd. Dontnod's Remember Me enters 3rd, if memory serves.
Bethesda's Legendary bundle of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim came 4th, which is most impressive for a bunch of DLCs duck tapped together. Far Cry 3 was 5th, followed by Dead Island: Riptide.
GameTrailers' Geoff Keighley has heard from Microsoft's Phil Spencer that the corporate giant will be all games at E3 2013, which is something a lot were expecting from their Next Xbox event.
Their focus on a lot of TV and Kinect functionality with very little actual gaming was quite the disappointment, but now it's "all games at Xbox." We can expect to see "20 titles on stage."
Inquiring minds needed to know, and Infinity Ward has responded: the name of the dog heavily featured in Call of Duty: Ghosts is Riley.