E3: The Missing Games
Looking at comments posted across gaming forums the world over, it’s clear that both gamers and journalists alike were let down by this year’s E3. We had all hoped to see some big announcements, shocking revelations and some stunning demonstrations of big name sequels. But it wasn’t to be.
Here are the games that we had hoped to see, but didn’t.
Forza Motorsport 3
Following the Intellisponse scandal we were primed and ready to see stacks of rumours regarding Forza 3 confirmed. But it never happened. So here are those leaked details again: 2 discs, 400 cars, 100 tracks, extensive DLC. Could we see a head to head battle between Forza 3 and GT 5 early next year? Watch this space…
Shadow of the Colossus 2
Team ICO have been out of the limelight for an uncomfortably long period of time. With a “screenshot” of their first PS3 title appearing on Sony Japan’s career pages back in January (curiously labelled Wanda – SotC was called ‘Wanda to Kyozo’ in Japan, we’re guessing at a sequel), we expected to see a grandiose announcement of a sequel to 2005’s leviathan-slaying title. But it wasn’t to be…
Dead Rising 2
Despite being mildly disappointed by the original Dead Rising, we’re still eager to see another Frank West zombie-bashathon. With rumours of a Las Vegas setting hitting the internet just prior to E3 we assumed all would be revealed during Capcom’s press conference. Instead, all we got was an inconclusive talk about the Lost Planet film. Sigh.
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