Nintendo had the most to win and the most to lose coming into E3. But with a show almost exclusively focused on the Wii U, was it enough to turn around their declining fortunes?
Sony had some of the most aggressive plans of any console-maker at the E3 show earlier this year, and now some of that is coming to light. The Geeks grade their performance so far.
With some time to digest all the news from an action-packed E3 show this year, Gamer Geeks Kelly and Todd rate the performance of the big three, starting with Microsoft.
Gamer Geeks Kelly Adams and Todd Hargosh played a lot of games in 2011, some good, and some very bad. Come find out which games earned accolades to spare, and which ones get tossed under the bus.
Gamer Geeks Todd and Kelly tackle MAGFest 2012, a celebration of gaming, music and culture that’s fast becoming a staple in the industry. Hear tales of drunken celebrity debauchery, amazing concerts and fun, fun, fun.
Brink is a shooter that adds some neat Parkour elements to the mix, but otherwise plays like a lot of other games with heavy multiplayer elements.
Sony needed a great E3 Expo showing to regain momentum in the gaming world, and they got it with some amazing news about their new portable player, the Sony Vita. The big S is back!
Nintendo showed off their next great console at the E3 Expo trade show, and left everyone wondering exactly how much the Wii U could really do, and how much it would cost. Still, it looked darn impressive in the demo.
Zumba Fitness is the best way for a gamer to get a fun workout. And it works. In our testing, our reviewer lost 15 pounds, the first time a game has caused someone at GiN to lose weight!
Although they didn’t have any hardware announcements, Microsoft nearly stole the E3 show by hinting at Halo 4, showing off how games like Mass Effect 3 can work with Kinect and adding live TV to their console. Is hardcore gaming back?