A colleague of mine came along for her first E3 this year and commented, “I would never have known there were so many games journalists in this world.” Everywhere you look, interviews are happening, new games are being played, and it’s indicative of just how much news comes out of the event.
For the keenest of fans, it can be hard to keep up so, now that the avalanche has abated, here are some of the E3 trailers you might have missed. Let us know in the comments which titles you’re most looking forward to and, if you have any questions around any of them, ask away – it’s a lot easier for me to seek out the answers now that I’m back in the office.
Little Deviants is a series of madcap adventures that will showcase the multitude of features and functions your PlayStation Vita possesses, including rear touch pad, touch screen, the motion sensor, front and rear cameras, augmented reality and the microphone.
Sackboy comes to PS Vita in a brand new adventure powered by your imagination. Play, Create and Share your own games and levels designed specifically to utilise Vita’s varied set of control methods.
In a departure for the classic series, visit the time when the sport of Ant-grav Racing was born. You can either use traditional WipEout controls or try a new control scheme using Vita’s touch, tilt and voice control capabilities. You can even race online against PS3 players.
From Jonathan Mak, creator of Everyday Shooter on PS3, comes a musical adventure where you can play, create and share your own compositions via a medium that all self-respecting gamers know well – the side-scrolling platformer.
The hit kart-racing game in the play, create, share stable comes to PlayStation Vita and creating your own tracks is quicker and easier than ever thanks to touch screen and rear touch pad controls.
Tee off with this classic PlayStation Golf series that utilises intuitive touch screen controls and a dynamic new shot system.
Augmented reality comes to the beat-’em up genre. Get yourself in the game using the PS Vita camera and fight against advanced opponent AI in the world as you see it.
Super Stardust Delta
The addictive twin-stick shooter comes to PS Vita, bringing new modes and controls, such as using the touch screen to create black holes.
The new generation of brain games tests your analytical skills, dexterity and three-dimensional problem solving.
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception
I’ve no doubt you’ve already seen this but I don’t need too many excuses to play it again. Nathan Drake’s third PS3 adventure draws ever closer and looks just as spectacular as his previous outings.
From the creators of FlOw and Flower, Journey is a relaxing voyage through a desert-land with an innovative approach to online multiplayer.
The spiritual successor to Warhawk brings Build & Battle to the shooter genre, allowing you to sculpt and shape the battlefield in real time and without taking your finger off the trigger. It also introduces a brand new story and lead character, as seen in this trailer.
The atmospheric Resistance 3 trailers have been amongst the most viewed here on the PlayStation.Blog since the game was announced, and this new one sees Capelli trudging through snow in his fight against the Chimera.
Announced at E3 2011, this PS3 exclusive shooter from CCP Games feeds into their incredibly popular PC MMO, EVE Online.
Adventure through a fantasy world of dungeons and goblins as Deadmund seeks to overturn a curse that has turned him into a skeleton. Featuring instinctive PlayStation Move controls, from the creators of Sports Champions.
EyePet & Friends
You can now raise two pets at a time in the augmented reality sequel on PS3 and two players can join in the fun using a pair of PlayStation Move controllers.