During the first day of E3, N-Philes had the opportunity to talk to a few of the developers behind some of Activision's bigger games for this year. After having the pleasure of listening to an Activision rep stand on stage and repeatedly describe everything in the publisher's line-up as "amazing" and "definitive," Adrian and I had the chance to check out Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 and demo Tony Hawk Ride, Bizzare Creations' upcoming racing game Blur, and Radical Entertainment's Prototype. Do they live up to the publisher-manufactured hype?
First up is Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2. Activision demoed a stage to show off some of the title's new features, such as fully destructible environments.