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PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2011 12:26 am Post subject: PALGN Staff E3 2011 Reflections - Part 1 Reply with quote

PALGN Staff E3 2011 Reflections - Part 1 by Anthony
PALGN Feature: We take a look over this year's video game extravaganza.
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Couldnt agree more Cian - the whole innovation and 'look at me im different' over a quality gaming experience has frustrated me ever since I ran out of first party titles on the wii - its been collecting dust for years now.

I have a ps3 and 360 yet am not interested by move or kinect. I like my controller having a buttload of buttons and I like to play games that are immersive. I dont like the competition companies are having trying to see who can have less buttons on their controllers and who can waggle things at the screen more.

I feel after E3 that the casual market is the winner yet again - with so many ports, sequels and reboots it just seems like something is missing. That wow factor.
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I feel after E3 that the casual market is the winner yet again - with so many ports, sequels and reboots it just seems like something is missing. That wow factor.


Which is it, casual market or ports/sequels/reboots? They're unrelated.
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yeah pretty much second the lack of surprises. Did they actually announce a single new game in any of the press conferences?
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Presented with all the efforts of the big 3 I was disappointed in varying degrees from each of the conferences. It was more a matter who sucked more rather than who out blasted the competition.

Highlights:

* PS Vita pricing.
* Finally some 3DS loving albeit mostly are sequels.
* PC had excellent games on display.

Disappointments:
* Wii is dead except for Zelda.
* No Xbox 360 games worth purchasing (at least my bank account will be happy)
* The Guardian not on display.

IMO the PC won this year. Thank goodness!!
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Jarrod wrote:
Which is it, casual market or ports/sequels/reboots? They're unrelated.


My bad - What I mean is the new games in general appear to becoming more and more simplified which is being led by the hardware. In terms of the software presented it was either new casual junk OR sequels and reboots...
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