Event details

Event:
Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] 2014
Start date:
June 9th 2014
End date:
June 12th 2014
Location:
Los Angeles Convention Center

About Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] 2014

Passports found, bags packed, PS Vita in hand luggage and E3 2014 Expo tickets tucked safely away. Yes, we're heading for Los Angeles in preperation for E3 2014, the biggest videogames event of the year.

The event kicks off with the Sony press conference on June 9 where we'll get our first look at some of the upcoming games on PS3, PS Vita and PS4

See you the other side!

Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] 2014 News

  • Sony admits it was 'a mistake' to devote too much time to Powers at E3

    The president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios (SCE WWS) has admitted the format holder spent a little too long waffling on about TV show Powers during its E3 press briefing this year. “We spent too much time talking about Powers. So we could have made [that] a bit shorter....

  • New Evolve screenshots showcase spine-chilling monsters

    2K Games has released a host of new screenshots for Evolve, the sci-fi themed, co-op shooter in development by Turtle Rock Studios. Gameplay teams up four players in the hunt for a player-controlled monster. The concept is unique with the monster being able to evolve and become stronger by consumin...

  • Watch 15 minutes of Destiny alpha gameplay here

    PlayStation Universe has managed to get alpha access to the highly anticipated shooter Destiny from the legendary developer Bungie. Gamers who registered for the Destiny alpha all received early access to the title early this week, and Bungie even distributed a "huge batch" of alpha codes...

  • E3 2014 Award: Best Fighting Game

    When it comes to the fighting game genre, most people are awed by the fluid motions of the fighters as they dish out punishment to each other. Those in the fighting community look for a game that not only looks great, but also has fluid combos and responsive input. Guilty Gear has consistently bee...

  • [UPDATE] Bungie promises 'huge batch' of Destiny alpha codes shortly

    UPDATE: Bungie has Tweeted once again, urging North American fans to follow and tweet for a code. If you are in North America and want a Destiny First Look Alpha code for PS4: follow and tweet at this account, then watch your DMs. — Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) June 13, 2014 Original st...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Graphics

    With the graphical capabilities of the PS4 giving developers a helping hand to create some incredible looking character models and environments, E3 was full of glorious-looking games this year. The title that impressed the most, however, was Ready At Dawn’s The Order: 1886; it’s no su...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Multiplayer

    In terms of an ambitious, MMO-esque experience there’s little competition when it comes to Destiny - and this year’s E3 only served to solidify the Bungie-developed shooter’s position as the most engaging and downright exciting multiplayer title around. First announced way back ...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Action Game

      Despite a plethora of action-orientated releases vying for the title of "Best Action Game" at this year’s E3, there can only be one out-and-out winner, and that’s Batman: Arkham Knight. Introducing the fan-favourite Batmobile and refining the game’s celebrated fi...

  • E3 2014: Shuhei Yoshida makes it clear Bloodborne is not a Demon's Souls sequel

    Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida has reiterated that Bloodborne, the PlayStation 4-exclusive gothic horror from From Software, is not true successor to Demon’s Souls. Speaking with Polygon at E3 this week, the executive said that while the game has been inspired by 2009’s n...

  • E3 2014: The Last Guardian still coming, but Sony promises to let us know if it's ever cancelled

    The president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios (SCE WWS) has reiterated that The Last Guardian is still in development, but promised to inform gamers should the project ever be shelved. Speaking to Polygon at E3 this week, Shuhei Yoshida acknowledged that the Team ICO action-adven...

Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] 2014 Features

  • E3 2014: Project Morpheus hands-on impressions: the next giant leap in gaming immersion

    On the last day of E3 2014, I was very fortunate to participate in a hands-on (or should I say heads-on) demo of Sony’s virtual reality headset Project Morpheus. Being aware of how its technology works and seeing video of what I would be playing did not prepare me at all for the real deal. For...

  • PSU's E3 2014 Awards - The winners revealed

    Our feet are tired, legs sore, and heads still pounding from the sheer noise  ricocheting around the booths of E3 2014, but we wouldn’t have missed it for the world. E3 2014 has come to an end and between the four who flew the flag for PSU--Kyle, Ernest, Will and Jonathan--we’ve...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Rhythm Game

    Hatsune Miku is arguably the world's most popular virtual pop star. The worldwide fame of the Digital Diva serves as a prime example of how a community can make something larger than life. Thanks to the collaborative efforts of composers, songwriters, artists, and even fans, Miku has risen to her ...

  • E3 2014: Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Preview: Making meaning in the apocalypse

    Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, a first-person exploration game coming to PlayStation 4 in 2015, is beginning to bear one of gaming's most profound outcomes: the kind of player-driven storytelling that doesn't merely unfold through interactivity, but gifts unique meaning to each and every player. T...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Vita Game

    Sony’s PlayStation Vita may have had a somewhat low-key performance at E3 this year, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a great selection of games coming up worth your attention. Tales of Hearts R by publisher Namco Bandai Games is a title that easily impressed us the most, howeve...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Adventure Game

    Metal Gear has remained a perennial showstopper ever since the series’ transition into the 3D realm back in 1997, and Hideo Kojima’s latest stealth-action effort Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is no exception. Set in an open-world Afghanistan in the year 1984, Snake&rsq...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Game

    Rocksteady takes the helm again for the Caped Crusader’s latest--and as far as we know, final--action-adventure in the stunning Batman: Arkham Knight. After the misfire that was last year’s Arkham Origins, all hopes of a return to form are being pinned on the Dark Knight’s h...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best RPG

    Though it may have been pushed back into early 2015, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt has lost none of its appeal here at PSU Towers. We’ve always been a big fan of the upcoming fantasy RPG ever since we saw it in action last year -- and 12 months later, it’s blown us away yet again. Geralt ...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Shooter

    As ever, we gamers are spoiled for choice when it comes to shooters. We’ve got war re-enactments, space-orientated blasters, and Victorian-esque period pieces, but few offer the sheer scale and choice so readily available in the Ubisoft-developed Far Cry series. And that’s exactly why ...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Platformer

    A huge congratulations to Oddworld New ‘n’ Tasty developer Just Add Water who scoops another E3 2014 award following success in the Best Indie Game category. Platform games live and die by great level design, and New ‘n’ Tasty gets it spot-on. Taking its inspiration from a...