GiN Reporter Lisa Campos spent her third year covering E3 Expo. She tends to move off the beaten path and dive into the dark corners of the show. She again brings us all the hidden gems of E3 2014 as we wrap up our show coverage for yet another year, and look forward to good times and games ahead.
Among all the flash, noise and crowds of E3, the ESA was also showing off the finalists of the second annual College Game Competition. Want to see the future of the industry? Here are five examples.
Sony kicked off their E3 Expo Conference this year by showing all the games, peripherals and original content that will be available for PlayStation gamers of all stripes.
Leading off the E3 Expo conference this year, Microsoft stressed that it would be all about the games, and then delivered a solid 90 minutes of AAA, indie and exclusive titles that would soon be landing on the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Our convention reporter Marie Brownhill visits Pensacon in Florida for its inaugural opening, and finds an event that could quickly move into the major circuit.
While most people were gearing up for the big game, our reporter went to New York to cover Hank Baskett’s first annual gaming party, which raises money to buy games for sick children and military families.
Sometimes lost in the glitz and glamour of the huge mega comic cons is the fact that many smaller cons bring joy and geek culture to places that otherwise may miss out, like Cleveland.
A Con wouldn’t be a con without fans and stars alike dressing up in some spectacular costumes, and NYCC is thankfully no exception to that rule. Come ogle some of the best.
Marie Brownhill travels to The Big Apple to check out New York Comic Con. Like in previous years, NYCC put on an amazing show, with plenty of celebrities, panels, costumes and fun.
The sixth Eurogamer Expo was held in London, and attendance has grown from a few hundred people to over 50,000 this year. New GiN Correspondent Kestrel Ashe checks out the show.