E3 Awards, Street Fighter, NeverDead, Journey, Dungeon Siege 3, Shadows of the Damned.
This week saw the naming of IncGamers’ E3 2011 Award winners, thatgamecompany’s PS3-exclusive Journey and publisher Electronic Arts coming away with eight of the 14 awards between them.
In other news, despite poor review scores Take-Two Interactive have said that Duke Nukem will return (although in what form is as yet unclear), Google are looking to set-up new service ‘Games for Google’ and 1940s crime-epic L.A. Noire is confirmed for PC.
Our pick of the week’s top news items as follows:
This week also saw the inaugural outings for two new regular features here on IncGamers. We recall moments from videogame’s past in ‘Memories’, beginning with a look back at Capcom’s brilliantly conceived crossover beat ’em up Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001.
Our second new feature, ‘The Art of’ kicks off with a look at the concept art and influences behind Eidos Montreal’s upcoming action-RPG Deus Ex: Human Revolution. (Image to the right has been taken from the Human Revolution concept art catalogue.)
Then there’s also the full list of those E3 2011 winners…
This week’s selection of reviews and previews are particulary diverse. Obsidian’s dungeon crawler Dungeon Siege III joins the crazy-mad Shadows of the Damned (from Japanese game designers extraordinaire Suda51 and Shinji Mikami) and Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition.
Previews this week include our Best Game of E3 2011 winner Journey, Konami’s limb-removing third-person action title NeverDead and Ubisoft’s latest deployment of the ‘Tom Clancy’s’ tag in the form of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.