E3 2013 Coverage
After a full day of press conferences from Microsoft, Sony, EA, and Ubisoft, we’ve finally seen what gaming will look like on the next generation of consoles – not to mention what the Playstation 4 itself actually looks like. Check back all week long as we dive deeper and get our hands on not just the games but (most likely) the consoles as well. That’s in addition to all the new games for the current console generation, mobile gaming, PCs, and the huge influx of new hardware like Oculus Rift. Digital Trends has blanket coverage from the E3 show floor here in Los Angeles, so stick with us.
New reports and statements from Microsoft are strong evidence that the Xbox Lite is already in production.
Microsoft might just have a new Xbox in the cards for E3, but it won't be the Xbox 360's successor.
While the Consumer Electronics Show has come to a close once again, the CEA is reporting record attendance to the show and crowning this event as the most popular CES to date.
Our complete guide to everything currently known about the Nintendo Wii U. We outline the features of Nintendo's upcoming game console.
Irrational Games shows some extremely promising developments on the BioShock: Infinite front, with a fully-formed hands-off combat encounter showcased as its E3 2011 demo.
A new trailer for Assassin's Creed: Revelations offers some hints on the direction the modern-day portion of the story will be heading in.
Fable creator Peter Molyneux confirms that, despite appearances to the contrary, Fable: The Journey is not an on-rails game.
N-Sider's Matt Behren's gets a first-hand look at The Legand of Zelda: Skyward Sword.