That boy got mad skills!!!

I was going to spend some time covering the latest out of E3 in this post. That was until I saw Kemwer’s Coverage. He has lined up a fantastic array of posts covering all from the unveiling of goodness from E3.

Over a series of posts, he puts into a very readable and easily accessible form all the videos you will want to watch to follow announcements of things you know about already and some for things you will want to know more about in the future as following:

From my look through it all, I would say the thing that caught my eye the most was Watch Dogs from Ubisoft, it looks like something I will enjoy thoroughly.

2 thoughts on “That boy got mad skills!!!”

  1. Thanks a lot for the shout-out TJ. It was a lot of work to put it all together, but I think it was worth it. :)

    BTW, probably a better link for the entire series would be this one ( since it won’t have other events added to it later on, it’s exclusive for E3 2012.

    And I agree, Watch Dogs was probably my favorite trailer, I’m really thrilled about this game. Last of Us also looks amazing, and I’m getting more excited for Tomb Raider each new video I see of it. There’s just so many awesome games coming up it makes me worried I won’t have time to play them all. Not a bad problem to have.

    1. I’m a teenage girl hipnog to get involved in the game industry soon, and I’ve been thinking more about girls and games, and why they’re not interested. Most people seem to think that’s it’s because of the female characters in games and their, ahem, assets .But then I was reading an article about the hottest female characters, and Tifa came out first.This made me think. I’m pretty sure that Tifa is loved by females. I mean, I’d say that Final Fantasy VII is a favorite for females. So, then, the statement that females don’t like playing games with characters with over-the-top hotness isn’t really true.So then I was confused.So, being the nerd I am, I thought about it some more. Most people think that females don’t like games because of:ridiculous female characters, andthe negative gamer stereotype.I disagree with this. I think females don’t play games because they’re afraid of being alienated.I mean, this whole mob psychology thing. People want to be accepted. People want to belong to a group.I think girls don’t game, because they’re too scared of, kind of, leaving their social group to do new things. I don’t think females are comfortable enough to say hey, no, I’m not going shoe shopping, I have a raid .My experiences also help to reinforce this belief. I don’t know a girl who is against a fun game of Guitar Hero, Wii Tennis, even sometimes Halo, if other people are playing. I mean, if a group of girls are at my house, and if everyone plays, they’re not being alienated so it’s all okay.So, for games to be attractive to women they need to be social, so women can get their friends to play to and remain as part of their group . I think this is why MMOs seem to have a lot more female players than, say, Call of Duty.Anyway, that was quite a long rant.The end. <3

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