Brad finds out what it's like to live in a world where shotgun-face confrontations are commonplace.
Brad gets ahold of Dave Woldman of Visceral Games in order to discuss the fine nuances of separating limbs from whatever in Dead Space 3.
Brad throws some paint around and sits down with Ian Dallas, creative director at Giant Sparrow.
Patrick is surprised to find out how core the mud crab is to development in his interview with Maria Aliprando, monster designer.
Ryan pulls aside Garth DeAngelis to slice some XCOM: Enemy Unknown info directly out of his brain!
Alex learns about how all graffiti artists are criminals in this interview with Jason Haber, producer on SimCity.
Patrick gets a fresh ol' pile of words out of Ricardo Bare concerning the steampunk, Deus-Ex-like FPS coming our way out of Arkane Studios.
Jeff has a toasty(!) interview with Eddie B about NetherRealm's upcoming, DC hero fighting game.
Patrick has a chat with Atli Sveinsson of CCP about their upcoming PS3 F2P FPS. Acronyms OVER.
Jeff and Alex take a comfy sit and get a look at some Forza Horizon gameplay.
Giant Bomb emerges from storage long enough to hit Nintendo's press conference and some of the floor.
Jeff chats up Matt Webster of Criterion for some detail on the second Need for Speed game that they're puttin' together.
Jeff storms the floor of the Best of Xbox Showcase, managing to check out Gears of War Judgment, bump into Tony Hawk(!), and find a few depressingly familiar faces.
Brad sits down with Johnny C to get some info on his VR head-mounted display.
Brad goes mano-a-mano with Dominic Robilliard, the creative director behind Star Wars 1313.
With the first of the press conferences behind us we explore and remember the start of E3 2012.
It's Pikmin to the Pikmax, as Pikmin gets a spot on the Wii U.
It's coming: The Game: For Wii U: With new: Added features: Check: it out.
The Pac-manesque, multiplayer mini-game in NintendoLand gets some elaboration in this demo from Nintendo's conference. G-g-g-ghosts!
New Super Mario Bros. Me? Well, New Super Mario Bros. U! The plumber-platformer will make a return on Nintendo's Wii U console, and here's proof!
Become the puppet-master, and dance your friends to their grisly demise. That, or do their grisly unfriendening of you.
Just what the children need, another thing to help them stay illiterate.
Gods, fat princesses and crazy clown mecs punching each other off of platforms, why not?
I don't think that Kraken has ever played a God of War game, you never expose your tentacles to Kratos.
Use your keyboard!
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