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Well the graphics don’t look too great but its Goldeneye so it should be fun anyways. There are some screenshots for you if you click more down below.
Designed exclusively for Wii™, GoldenEye 007 allows players to channel Daniel Craig’s lethal and gritty James Bond in an innovative, modern take on the legendary Bond adventure, GoldenEye. Blending fast-paced first-person shooter (FPS) action with covert gameplay, GoldenEye 007 epitomizes the modern “thinking man’s shooter” by offering varied ways to complete each mission, destructible environments, the use of cover and multiple control scheme options, including the Wii Remote™, Nunchuk™, Classic Controller Pro™ and the Wii Zapper™. GoldenEye 007 redefines the multiplayer experience on Wii with unprecedented split-screen action featuring classic Bond characters and special game modes, as well as online play for up to eight friends.
So there is a new Donkey Kong Country game coming out. The link below is for the PDF from Nintendo going over the details of the game
Quote from Wikipedia” Kinect for Xbox 360 (originally known by the code name Project Natal (pronounced /nəˈtɒl/ nə-tahl)), or simply, Kinect, is a “controller-free gaming and entertainment experience” by Microsoft for the Xbox 360 video game platform. Based around an add-on peripheral for the Xbox 360 console, it enables users to control and interact with the Xbox 360 without the need to touch a game controller through a natural user interface using gestures, spoken commands, or presented objects and images. The project is aimed at broadening the Xbox 360′s audience beyond its typical gamer base”
Quote from Mugzz12 —” June 14, 2010 — Microsoft at E3 2010 showing off Kinect (Project Natal). There are some new games. There is video kinect which is a video chat. They show off zune and movie controls with voice and face/body recognition. also ESPN on 360. All footage was taken from Gametrailers. Obviously i have created none of this and take no credit.This is part 1. Microsoft E3 Conference, all rights reserved Microsoft 2010″
Tue – Day 1
The morning started off with the Nintendo press conference all the usual suspects. They kicked it off with the official announcement of a new Zelda, which bore a striking resemblance to the Ocarina of time, along with Donkey Kong, Metroid, Kirby, and Kid Icarus. It’s the natural continuation of all of Nintendo’s franchise heavy hitters, but all eyes were focused on the highly anticipated 3DS. It was nothing short of spectacular, and the ability to produce a 3D image without the need for polarized glasses is a crucial step in being able to sell the technology. Calling it a light display that shows a ‘star trek’ like hologram on its surface is misleading. It’s more along the lines of looking through a small window and seeing a fantastic world on the other side with real depth and detail. Once again, Nintendo might be able to capture a demographic of people that might not otherwise consider picking up a game.
As for the expo itself, development companies spared no expense for wetting the appetite of the drooling horde of gamers. Those that did the best job from what we saw were Halo’s Reach, Call of Duty Black-Ops, Gears of War 3, and Dead Space 2. These games show lots of promise in living up to their hype, and more many of us were already setting our calenders for their launch days.
On a press side, we sat down for interviews with developers from Bethesda’s Brink and Fallout Vegas, as well as Activision’s Call of Duty Black-Ops, which also came with a private screening. Tomorrow, we plan to sit down with Square Enix to discuss their next Final Fantasy project and the rebirth of Parasite Eve. To cap off the day we’ll sit down for a private screening of Portal 2 and interview Valve’s development team. The day promises to be full of excitement, and all interviews and pictures will be fully available after the expo.
Between, demos, stage performances, booth babes, cosplay, private screenings, goodies, and literature, there were plenty of the ways to experienced the expo, and there are still two more days to cover everything…