Gaming website, Kotaku in an interview with chief game designer Katsuya Eguchi was revealed that the discs for the upcoming console will apparently reach up to 25 GB of data per disc, this means that we could be seeing developers doing alot more with the Wii U in the future with this enormous amount of space alloted to them now, adding more content, and promoting Nintendo's HD future for gaming. Source: Kotaku
Sony's Jack Tretton announced at the beginning of their press conference that Sony would be offering streaming movies and television via Cinema Now later in the year, available to all PSN users soon. Keep it tuned to Sony's website for more information when it develops.
Another big title out of Ubisoft for their E3 conference was the long awaited closer look into the newly announced "Assassin's Creed: Revelations" showing the older Ezio on his new tale as seen below in the newest trailer. Besides the trailer not much has been announced yet, stay tuned to for further details in the future, and expect the game to release on November 15th of this year for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
During Ubisoft's press conference, a very detailed look at the third installment to the Far Cry series was shown, and even live demo'd to the crowd, showing off the various features and environments the Cry engine can pump out, along with a mad-man who literally throws you off of a cliff. With Far Cry 3, players step into the shoes of Jason Brody, a man alone at the edge of the world, stranded on a mysterious tropical island. In this savage paradise where lawlessness and violence are the only sure thing, players dictate how the story unfolds, from the battles…
Insomniacs new Multiplatform project has been announced at EA's press conference, from the same developers that broughy us the long running ratchet and clank franchise stems a new IP for the company. The game follows the team of Overstrike 9, a group of four elite agents who aim to take down the shady organization opposing them. So far that's all that's known at the moment, and that it will be a multiplatform 4 player co-op experience with the newly released trailer below.
Announced by Microsoft earlier today during their press conference, Minecraft will be hitting their console this winter. The game will include Kinect aspects to help guide the user through the terrain, craft tools and weapons, and ultimately build their dream world through the blocky eyes of Notch, and his studio Mojang. No further details were currently announced at the moment, just that it will be hitting the console either by download or by retail disc later this year.