The No-Shows of E3


"British Gaming Blog takes a look at the highly anticipated games that weren't demoed at E3, and the titles would form an impressive show unto themselves"

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t-0_ot-3768d ago

I would love to see something, or hear about, Alan Wake, The Team ICO game, APB, and Splinter Cell: Conviction. And, possibly, even Beyond Good and Evil 2, I've never played the first game, but heard it was good.

Lucreto3768d ago

Team ICO is from Sony's Japans studios so it was more likely to appear at TGS.

ChampIDC3768d ago

I'm starting to wonder if Splinter Cell Conviction is ever going to come out. Heck, it originally had a November release date last year. You think they'd at least be able to show something of it over half a year later.

ChampIDC3768d ago

What? Did I anger some Ubisoft fanboy (do they even exist?) or something? Splinter Cell Conviction hasn't had any showing since Ubidays of last year, where it was said to have a November release date. I don't see how you can disagree with a fact.

pandaboy993768d ago

Good old MS stole some GTA sales from PS3 by straight up hyping DLC when its no where in sight.. people will have forgotten about GTA with the influx of awesome games coming out by the fall

power of Green 3768d ago

APB is a 360 game too they have that listed wrong.
Alan Wake is a thriller horror title and was most likely strategically placed at TGS because outside of the JRPG genre this type of game is amoung the Japanese favorite.
Splinter Cell will most likely be shown at Leipzig lol.

ikiru33853768d ago

Alan Wake would be a Japanese favorite? i highly doubt that. it's a new IP, plus it's not an rpg.

Aclay3768d ago

I forgot all about Beyond Good and Evil 2, but I remember Gametrailers had the game as one of their top 10 most anticipated games of E3 before E3. It would have been nice to see the game at E3 though.

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