Archive for June 11th, 2012

Macbooks Get Processor and Graphics Updates

by Ty Hustonon June 11, 2012
Announced at today’s WWDC ’12 keynote, Apple announced that the current generation models of Macbook Air and Macbook Pro are getting new hardware updates. Both are getting Intel Core i5 and i7 options, up to a 2.7 GHZ quad-core i7 for the 15-inch Macbook Pro. Macbook Air models will be given integrated Intel HD 4000 […]

IG’s E3 Coverage – South Park Creators, Usher, & More

by Chris Boreson June 11, 2012
[starrater tpl=10] Highlighting E3 2012 Microsoft and Sony Press Conferences

Pre-Order Persona 4 and Get a Soundtrack

by Ramon Arandaon June 11, 2012
Atlus is looking to entice Persona fans just a bit more by announcing today that those who pre-order Persona 4 Arena will get a limited edition music CD. The soundtrack will include stage themes based on the music of Shoji Meguro, the acclaimed composer of various Shin Megami Tensei and Persona titles. Quantities of the bonus […]

E3 2012: Nintendo Wii U Showcase Tour with David Young (Part 1)

by Steve Masterson June 11, 2012
  David Young, Nintendo of America’s Assistant PR Manager takes us around the Nintendo booths at E3 2012, showcasing all of what they have to offer for the Wii U.

E3 2012 IndieCade part 1

by killatiaon June 11, 2012
[starrater tpl=10] Killatia now takes a look at the IndieCade section of E3 2012. In part one we talk about what IndieCade is, play the pc game Valley Without Wind,and an ios game Languages. My website:

E3 2012: Warface Focuses More on Co-op

by Adam Larckon June 11, 2012
In Crytek’s previous games, Crysis 2 and 3, the multiplayer was all about competitive. Warface, however, seems to be focusing more on the co-op mode. The first free-to-play AAA FPS game from Crytek will feature competitive gameplay, don’t get me wrong, but the big bonuses will be coming from doing good in co-op. The game, […]

E3 2012: Project Gaems Shows Off Sentry

by Adam Larckon June 11, 2012
Last year, Project Gaems released the G155 personal gaming environment for the gamer on the go. The inside of the hard case featured a cushion to put the 360 or PS3 Slim in, a 15.5″ HD TV and all the connections needed to game. Now, Project Gaems is set to announce the next version of […]

E3 2012: RaiderZ Bringing Monster Hunter Genre to PC

by Adam Larckon June 11, 2012
Monster Hunter has always had strong support in Japan, but the series has never had a huge takeoff in North America. Perfect World is hoping to have success with the monster killing genre, though, by making RaiderZ be easily accessible to more players. The free-to-play MMO will let players customize their character by being able […]

E3 2012: Neverwinter Brings Back Fond Memories

by Adam Larckon June 11, 2012
Ever since a new Neverwinter title was announced last year, I’ve been looking forward to getting my hands on the game. Even with the free-to-play MMO title in front of it, I was hoping that the action-RPG element of the first game would still be there. After playing as the control wizard during a hands-on […]

E3 2012: Bass Play Coming to Rocksmith in September

by Sean Garmeron June 11, 2012
Ubisoft announced a few days ago that Rocksmith will be receiving new downloadable content which will allow players to plug in and play with a bass guitar in the next few months. The standard edition of the game, available for $79.99, will ship with the bass content included on the disc and the Rocksmith Real […]

Zelda Concert Coming Back to the Bay Area

by Andrew Kenton June 11, 2012
March has been long gone and those of you in the bay area who missed the Symphony of the Goddess probably thought you had missed your chance. Fortunately the people behind the concert are bringing it back to the San Jose Civic in San Jose, CA. To those of you who have no idea what […]