Rusty Hearts by Perfect World is a very artistic action/MMORPG game that focuses heavily on the action part when it comes to actual combat. We were waiting on publishing this article so we could give you, our readers, a chance to win beta keys into the closed beta that starts July 27th!
Taking a break from all the E3 news we still have to finish getting to all of our readers, we wanted to share with you what we were hoping to see at E3 this year. Unfortunately, some items we were eager to view were not there. There were also some things this year at E3 which could have been improved.
We mentioned before we would be covering other non-Android gaming related stuff from E3 and this would be one of those things. Nexon came out strong this year with two solid titles that are coming our way to PC soon. Dragon Nest especially caught our attention with it's great blending of gaming genres.
One of the things we were really looking forward to was getting some hands-on time with Spacetime Studios' upcoming MMORPG for Android (and iOS) called Star Legends. We also really wanted to check out how the game would handle using the Xperia Play controls. We were not disappointed at all.
One game that was at the OnLive booth was a neat little game called From Dust which is being developed by Ubisoft. While the game itself is pretty interesting, one key feature that really stands out is that it will be cross-platform compatible, across most platforms, with all types of controls.
You've probably heard of Silvertree media by now but if not, then you have probably heard of their game that they have released, the awesome platformer called Cordy? Yes those guys. Well they are currently developing a new game for Android called Sleepy Jack and it is shaping up real nicely.
Halfbrick Studios will be releasing their upcoming side-scrolling action game Machine Gun Jetpack onto multiple platforms including Android. Back during GDC 2011 we got to play with it and it was seriously fun. Since then there have been improvements made and new features added.
One things we really wanted to do was get some hands-on loving of OnLive's service with the universal remote running on Android. While they had an HTC Flyer on display where you could look at it and get a preview, the great folks over at OnLive brought us in for a great hands-on with OnLive on the Motorola XOOM.
One of the first things we did the moment E3 started was head over to the Sony Ericsson booth to get a hands-on with Minecraft (and numerous other games) on the Xperia Play. After playing around with it for awhile, we came to realize one thing. If you already like Minecraft, you will be in trouble.
Before the doors even opened for E3 to start, we met up with Madfinger Games, developer of Samurai II: Vengeance and the upcoming game Shadowgun. We got a chance to sit down with them and have a good talk as well as get some hands-on time with Shadowgun.
Not enough coffee this morning perhaps or possibly just over excited but someone jumped the gun a little bit over at the Xbox team and let loose a bunch of information of what Microsoft is planning to announce at E3 this year. You had to be quick though, it was only live for a couple minutes.
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