Posts Tagged ‘E3’

GoldenEye for Wii

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Easily one of Nintendo’s wins today was the announcement of GoldenEye for Wii. Check out the video below.

This looks a lot like the original N64 version, with much better graphics of course. It looks like it was updated to resemble Daniel Craig, which I understand, though I would have preferred Pierce Brosnan in the role. Considering there isn’t a name change, it should have kept the original actor. Other than that, this game looks awesome. I am definitely interested in picking this up.

GoldenEye will be released in time for this year’s Christmas shopping season. I think Santa is going to be delivering quite a few copies of this game. More details to come as they are made available.

Sony Press Conference Live

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Ustream broadcast the Sony event live, and graciously offered an embed code. It was streaming here, as the Nintendo conference did. Ustream went down in the middle of the event though, and they are still recovering, so I can’t embed their recorded version here. As I was watching, over 50,000 viewers were tuned in. That was significantly more than the Nintendo event earlier in the day. I ended up watching it on IGN‘s YouTube channel. Here is the video, courtesy of Gamespot.

Nintendo Press Conference Live

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Ustream broadcast the Nintendo event live, and graciously offered an embed code. The recorded video is now available below.

Wii GamesE3 2010The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

Here are some highlights. I’ll go into more detail on future posts. The archived video will also be posted when it is available.

Best Games: Goldeneye, Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, and Metroid Other M. Donkey Kong Country Returns looks pretty good as well.

As expected, the Nintendo 3DS was announced. Some interesting features include a second camera lens that allows you to take 3-D photos. You can watch 3-D movies as well. I think those features looked better than the actual gameplay shots, but it is hard to tell without holding the device.