Ouya's rogue presence irks tradeshow organizers.
Square Enix gave reporters a chance to ask a few questions about Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts at E3. Unfortunately, CEO Yosuke Matsuda didn't have many answers.
Microsoft's displays tin ear and manages to insult Internet-less consumers and military personnel alike by telling them to stay with current-generation hardware.
Bethesda's new horror title features a creepy atmosphere, horrific enemies, and interesting story-telling.
Oculus Rift’s virtual worlds became even more immersive at E3 with the addition of a 1080p display and Unreal Engine 4 support.
If our hands-on time with Bethesda's game taught us anything, it's the perils of accepting quests from animals.
Our summary of the first day of E3 2013 finds us exhausted, ears ringing, and frustrated at Nintendo. But we saw a lot of games!
Some of the most exciting games of E3 are hiding in the independent section of Sony's giant booth.