During E3 2014 this page will be full of all the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo, PC and indie news, game announcements, interviews and entertaining snafus from Los Angeles. Before E3, it’ll collate everything we can expect from the show.
E3 will be open to the public this year, and there’ll be 15,000 tickets available to anyone who wants them. You can buy one for $250/£200 (or $150/£120 if you snag early) starting February 13. More details over at GameSpot. See you there?
Nearly every major Zelda console game from the past two decades has been delayed, usually at least by a year. That sets the series apart from Mario Kart, Mario Party and just about every other Nintendo franchise.