Tag: E3 2012


Editorial: 2012 – The Year E3 started taking mobile gaming seriously

There was a trend beginning to grow at this year’s E3. Though previous year’s E3’s have led up to this, it was inevitable, but nobody is could predict what it would be in it’s current form. There were a few key words floating around E3’s press conferences this year. Some important examples were, cross-platform, web-app, asymmetric gameplay and tie-in, but the word that took the conference by storm this year was mobile. It has taken a long time for people to fully realize and utilize the potential of mobile games. At this year, It may have finally happened.


E3 2012: EA confirms FIFA 13 with new Football Club feature. Also Need for Speed: Most Wanted for Android

EA had a lot to talk about during their press event the other day, a lot of which had to do with bringing social aspect to more of their games. Following up on that though are confirmation for two games slated for release on Android and iOS. Both Need for Speed: Most Wanted and FIFA 13 (which we announced earlier this week) are confirmed to be coming to Android this year in the Fall.


E3 2012: 26 gamers succeed in Qualcomm’s Guinness World Record attempt with tablet gaming

Just before E3 2012 started we reported on Qualcomm who were planning to take 50 Android tablet gamers who passed the qualifying round to E3 who would then attempt to set a Guinness World Records for the longest gaming marathon on a tablet. Well out of those fifty players, 26 of them managed to be successful in reaching their goal with one of them walking away with an extra $20,000 in their pocket.