Saturday night we had the privilege to get a sneak peek of trailers that are going to be presented this year at E3. Ranging from the PS3 exclusive Killzone 3 to Bethesda's newest addition to the Fallout Universe, Fallout: New Vegas. We also got a small sneak peek of the game I've been following religiously... that's right Star Wars: The Old Republic. Unfortunately we got to hear a little bit about how Blur (the company who made last years trailer) goes about creating epic Star Wars scenes and a reveal that this years trailer will involve Princess Leia's home planet Alderaan. Another Star Wars related reveal was a new Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 trailer. I won't give away anything but I will say that it was awesome.
That isn't all we got to see however. We also got to take a look at some of the booths that will be at this years convention, and needless to say the booths are enough reason to follow the coverage of E3. The booths Warner Brothers have in store for E3 are awe-inspiring to say the least. Their Batman Arkham Asylum 2 makes you feel like you have been committed into Arkham. The Xbox 360 booth looks just as you would imagine: full of green circles, lots of white and... purple? Looks like Xbox is upgrading their pallets.
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If booths aren't your cup of tea, how does new Rockband 3 instruments sound? That's right we even got to see the new keyboard that is being added in the upcoming installment of the Rockband series, and if I told you that I am NOT excited to play some of the music of The Doors, I would be lying.
My favorite sneak peek we got to see was an exclusive reveal of Tomonobu Itagaki's (creator of Ninja Gaiden and the Dead or Alive series) new project name Devil's Third. We got to see a mash up of game play footage and needless to say it took a lot of effort to get my jaw off the floor. I saw so much blood and rolling heads in that video that, for a moment, I thought I was watching a trailer for a new Saw/LotR: Return of the King hybrid.
To say the least we've got an exiting week ahead of us and I encourage you all to listen to our coverage of E3.