E3 2010’s now officially behind us, and there was a ton to talk about. Between Nintendo announcing the 3DS, Sony showing off the Playstation Move, and Microsoft announcing the ’slimline’ XBox360, it was easy to overlook the actual games. Two have me very excited, though: One that was shown during Microsoft’s press conference, the other was actually released before E3, but its released was somewhat overshadowed by the big show.


Child Of Eden: The ’sequel’ of sorts to the cult-classic Dreamcast (and now XBLA) title ‘Rez’, Child of Eden is a game that’s not so much about the challenge of boss battles or time trials, but a game about the experience. You ‘conduct’ the action on-screen, making amazing beats that are accompanied by beautiful HD visuals. It’ll work with Microsfot Kinect, Playstation Move, or a regular controller, so there’s no reason you should miss out on Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s upcoming masterpiece.



Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker: A full-fledged Metal Gear Solid, MGS: Peace Walker takes place several years after both Metal Gear Solid 3 and MGS: Portable Ops. In this installment, Big Boss is recruiting soldiers for Outer Heaven, which he considers a ‘paradise for soldiers’. Extremely lore-heavy, and remarkably well-directed for a handheld title, Peace Walker doesn’t disappoint, and any Metal Gear fan would be foolish to miss out.



Many thanks to our friends GameTrailers and G4TV for the great video clips. What games caught your eye at this year’s E3? Let us know by stopping by our forums!


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