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FIFA 10 has fired the first shot in anger in the upcoming footie video game season, and so far it looks like a 30 yard screamer. With 360° dribbling an improved defensive game and smarter A.I. team-mates, Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series is going to have to go some to take the title from EA. Thankfully, the first batch of screenshots and trailer look good, and potentially point to a return to league-winning form. Below
Rock Band's lead designer exposes Brett's staggering Beatles ignorance, we ambush Ubisoft to get the inside dirt on Assassin's Creed II and Mikel talks about the joys of gutting centaurs in God of War III. More games, more info, more updates from E3
Maybe you’re overwhelmed by our constant barrage of tweets and extensive E3 coverage. Maybe you’re drowning in the sea of E3 info that’s flooding the web. Or maybe you’ve got a life and don’t have time to waste reading previews and staring at screenshots for games you’ll never care about. That’s why we’ve filtered out all the bull to bring you the exciting news that matters the most
We don’t make a big deal about it, but we here at GamesRadar actually live several months in the future. It’s pretty cool, although we should warn you that we still won’t have flying cars or laser cats come Christmas – shocker, we know. But we do have review scores for the games you’re most looking forward to playing.
Early Monday morning, Microsoft kicked off E3 with a snappy, always-in-motion press conference that announced a great many things. The biggest surprise was the company’s new motion-tracking “Natal” technology, a sensor that scans your body and uses YOU as the controller. Literally no buttons, no sticks, no plastic anything at all. Just your body.
Wait a sec – motion controls? Widening the audience?
E3 2009 is alive and kicking, and T-Dar is bringing you the first of many updates from the show floor. Up first is a look at Batman: Arkham Asylum, Just Cause 2, Aliens vs Predator, Microsoft’s Natal motion tech, the big three press conferences and oh so much more.
The better the tech, the clearer the basic problem.
EA changed a lot of football fans opinions in 2008. For the first time, their impressively licensed but unrefined soccer series was polished to the point where many gamers finally now see it as the equal to Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer. If FIFA 09 was a Chelsea under Abramovich-style revolution, then FIFA 10 is an exercise in Everton's incremental team-building. We were at Arsenal’s Emirates stadium for the world’s first hands on of this
Maybe you’re overwhelmed by our constant barrage of tweets and our relentless live blog updates from the floors at today’s Sony and Nintendo press conferences.