|Welcome to the big show|
We took in a lot of games, digested hundreds of announcements and mingled with gamers of all sorts. Look for the coverage to continue next week with even more analysis, news and hands-on previews.
For now, though, enjoy this scattershot of photos highlighting just a fraction of everything the yearly games show had to offer.More >>
|unfortunately Ross Andru doesn't make our list|
But what about all those announcements we'd like to hear but probably won't?
Check out our top 10 most unlikely E3 shockers for 2011.More >>
|Sackboy wants to welcome you back|
Sony is making a list of five PlayStation 3 and four PlayStation Portable titles available, with users able to download two games from each list free of charge.
In case you need help deciding which ones to pick up, we've included information on each of the games below.More >>
|PSN outage: Your thoughts?|
We here at Joystick Division, along with pretty much every gaming news source out there, have bombarded readers with all of the known details; including the apparent extent of the damage, Sony's plans to apologize with free digital goods and services, as well as the ongoing legal fallout.
As the drama continues, I thought it might be a refreshing change of pace to take a gander at what those who are most affected by the recent cyberattack--the customers--have to say about this whole mess.More >>
|School is in session.|
Not too long ago, freelancer Dennis Scimeca interviewed the CEO of Silicon Sisters, a developer that aims to make games for females, by females. The company's first game, School 26, is out now for iOS devices. Dennis has spent some time with the game and circled back to Silicon Sisters to discuss the final product. Enjoy.
Silicon Sisters is a Canadian development house founded for the explicit purpose of creating video games for women, by women. This begs questions such as how the studio will decide what "a game for women" looks like, what the basis for those decisions is, and whether the goal is accomplished with the titles they produce.
|that's me on the left|
It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday. That's especially true for adults who love video games, or at least for this adult who loves video games. Do I need to get ready to say goodbye to music games?
Yesterday news broke that the price of last fall's excellently reviewed Rock Band 3 was slashed to $20 at retailers across the country after only five months on the market. Earlier this year Activision announced they were putting Guitar Hero on hiatus. Pity the poor 1970s rocker without a flush retirement fund.More >>