My personal friend TealGameMaster of YouTube was able to get an E3 for Activision, so he managed to get a peak at an extended trailer for Skylanders: Swap Force during the event. It’s quite a creative little show, so be sure to give it a watch.
We also have an exclusive interview from Teal coming soon, so be sure to keep a lookout for that as well!
Maybe Microsoft shot themselves in the foot with this interview based on their newest console, the XBox One.
In the interview, XBox executive Don Mattrick says for the people who don’t have an internet connection, Microsoft already has a console for you, the XBox 360. That’s right, don’t bother upgrading this generation if you don’t have internet. Then again, if you don’t have internet, you’re likely not reading this, but the point remains. It’s almost as if he’s talking down to people who disagree with the internet connection requirement.
In my opinion, although the XBox One is about as powerful as the PlayStation 4, Microsoft is not doing themselves any good by singling out a group of people based on internet connection. Granted, more people have internet now than when the XBox 360 was released, but there are times when internet connection may be impossible.
Luckily, even if you don’t have a constant internet connection, you can always play the Nintendo Wii U or Sony PlayStation 4.
Above you can watch the developer interview with Atsushi Inaba, the executive creative producer of Platinum Games Inc., the company behind Bayonetta 2. He explains how there’s a sense of gratification for your actions and how every movement you make in the game is critical. He goes on to talk about Bayonetta’s new skill and look as well.
According to Miyamoto, you may see a bit of Olimar in Pikmin 3, although you do not play as him in game. Instead, the story of the game will explain how the main characters, Charlie, Alf, and Britney, got involved with Olimar. Also, another new feature is that you can control where specifically you have your pikmin attack on enemies, which is a tad interesting, but wouldn’t you feel bad tossing Pikmin into the eyes of a poor Bulbear?
Masahiro Sakurai, the man behind the Super Smash Bros. series, announced that Super Smash Bros. now has a community on Miiverse. He will upload new photos of the next game in the Smash series five days a week to the community for the world to see. These pictures will come directly from his desk, so we may receive some insight on how the game is coming along.