The 3DS's Mario Kart will introduce hang gliders, underwater sections and vehicle customisation, and it's releasing towards the end of this year.
The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword, the new Wii installment of Nintendo’s long-running adventure series, will be launching the end of this year.
The art of quietly skulking in the shadows, treading softly and waiting in the wings for a stealthy kill has become incredibly loud over the past few years. Since 2006's Hitman: Blood Money, Arkham Asylum lent the stalk 'em-up genre the gravitas of an icon as well as a handful of new ideas. Meanwhile, last year's Splinter Cell: Conviction turned Sam Fisher into a primitive, snarling action hero.
After six years of conjuring elaborate puzzles, death traps and dungeons, and four years of drowning, maiming and fracturing every bone in the body of one of video game's enduring icons, Crystal Dynamics is, at long last, about to make its very first Tomb Raider game.
The BioShock universe will be coming to the freshly-monikered PSVita in a bespoke adventure.
BioShock Infinite will be getting Move support, Irrational Games has revealed.
Sly 4, a long overdue follow-on to the fondly remembered PS2 series, has been announced at Sony's E3 conference.
The remastered versions of both ICO and Shadow of the Colossus have been confirmed for release this September.
Kratos' two PSP outings are being buffed up and bundled together for God of War Origins Collection, a PS3 game that will support 3D.
Just Dance, Ubisoft's extremely popular series of dancing games, is going multiplatform.
Gearbox is working on another Brothers in Arms game, and it marks a dramatic change in direction for the series.
Far Cry 3 will take the series out of Africa and back to a tropical island, Ubisoft has announced.
Battlefield 3's multiplayer beta will be coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC this September.
EA Sports’ Football Club, a new live service for FIFA games, has been unveiled at E3 2011.
Need for Speed The Run is to feature on-foot free-running sections that will intersperse its behind the wheel action.
Mass Effect 3, the conclusive episode of EA and BioWare's epic sci-fi trilogy, will be releasing on March 6th 2012.
Kinect Fun Labs, a hub for new, bite-sized Kinect experiences, has been unveiled at Microsoft's E3 conference – and is available on Xbox Live today.
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is releasing on November 15 this year.
Xbox Live TV, a service that brings TV content to the Xbox 360, has been unveiled at Microsoft's E3 conference.
Mass Effect 3 will be getting Kinect support, BioWare's Dr. Ray Muzyka confirmed today.
Xbox 360 will be getting exclusivity on Modern Warfare 3's map packs and add-ons, according to a low key statement at the end of a presentation at this morning's E3 2011 presentation.
In F1, as in life, it's not about the result but the journey towards it. This is, after all, a sport that's just as in love with legends like Gilles Villeneuve and Stirling Moss - two drivers who would never get their hands on the championship - as it is with Fangio or Schumacher.
Sony's NGP will offer full backwards compatibility with the PlayStation Network's library of PSP games, and will offer an optimized experience for each one.
Sony has unveiled an all-new wipEout for the NGP, and it's the first game to feature cross-platform play between the forthcoming handheld and the PlayStation 3.
Sony's expanded its line-up for its NGP console, revealing a diverse range of software including new games from the developers of Invizimals and Everyday Shooter.
It's an Uncharted game, running on a handheld. That's impressive enough in itself, but to understand the implications of that simple statement you've got to appreciate what Naughty Dog has crafted - a series of light-hearted adventures based around solid third-person mechanics, all wrapped up in Hollywood production values and framed within this generation's most sumptuous backdrops.
The NGP's Uncharted finally has a name, and it's been revealed that the game is set before the events of the PlayStation 3's Drake's Fortune.
If there is one game that has defined the PlayStation brand throughout the ages it's wipEout. Psygnosis's 1995 original arrived alongside Sony's very first console, bringing with it a promise of the future - a vision that was as chic and urban as the twenty-somethings the game's marketing sought to seduce.
So much for pocket gaming. The first thing that strikes you about Sony's NGP (a name whose days are numbered, with a sexier and more practical alternative likely to be unveiled at E3) is its size. Larger by some measure than its competition, the NGP's closest comparison in handheld history is Atari's Lynx.
For fans of the beautiful game, the purchase of a new FIFA has become as much a seasonal ritual as the purchase of their team's new football shirt. It's safe to assume both products will be well-tailored and relevant for a whole 12 months, but when there's talk of one of them offering "revolution not evolution" there's a hollow ring of marketing speak.