Two Games Stole E3, But One Company Won

Like each year, E3 gets underway with some major game announcements. Be that unannounced games, or just more detail on the big games coming out later in the year; it are the games that leave us talking the most. In recent years there always seemed to be one game that rose above the rest to “wow” us during E3; either that was Uncharted 2, Halo: Reach or Call of Duty 4: MW. Those games went on to eventually take their seats in the video game history books as some of the best titles ever developed. The companies behind those games, even though already established and well-respected teams throughout the industry, took their names to new heights; they became the pinnacle of what the gaming world was about and everyone looked to them for the best and greatest gaming experiences.

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sly-Famous2215d ago (Edited 2215d ago )

How can you mention Halo reach in the same sentence as U2 when its not even in the same league?

IGW_Fobia2215d ago

Why can't it be? They are two completely different games. A FPS/multiplayer beast compared to a singleplayer masterpiece that has multiplayer added to it. They cater to different gamers and different markets. Each, in their own right, are great.

DonMingos2215d ago (Edited 2215d ago )

You're right, one is a mark in videogame history and the other is just the last drop of milk a developer took from it's cow before passing it to another

miamicanesruleall2215d ago

Listen to the morons berating Halo. The game is popular. Get over it. People like it for a reason. I don't particularly like it, but that's my opinion. Just because you can't afford a 360, or don't play it for whatever reason, doesn't make it crap. And it certainly doesn't mean you aren't missing out on some great exclusives, because you are. As a 360 and PS3 owner, I can't believe there are still people who banter back and forth about this system versus that system. Both have their strengths and weaknesses, but I wouldn't want to have to do without either one. That is fact. Are you the types of idiots who thinks you're somehow the center of the galaxy and if you don't like something it must be garbage? Who the hell are you? Nobody. Grow up.

Hicken2215d ago

Sure, a lot of people liked it. A lot of people bashed it, too. Much of the fanbase hated Reach simply because there was no Master Chief. Others didn't like Armor Lock, and all sorts of other things.

It really has nothing to do with owning a 360 or not. The other two games mentioned, Uncharted 2 and CoD4, forever changed gaming. I don't think you can say the same for Halo: Reach.

And don't think I'm just hating; I'm not a fan of the franchise, but I loved Reach.

I like how you decided that because someone expressed that they didn't like Reach- and not even that, but simply that it wasn't on the same level as another game- they automatically don't have a 360, and are missing out on other games. And you go on and on about how they need to grow up and are idiots...

Nobody said ANYTHING about different consoles. Just one game.