E3 2012: A short round-up of what you need to know


E3 was held a few weeks back and showcases the most innovative technology in gaming and is often thought as the most important event in the games industry calendar. So here’s a round-up of all you need to know and how it could affect the serious games industry.

More player control

A common theme in many of the games show cased at E3 this year is the ability to choose your own path. Many games from Dishonoured, Watch Dogs, and The Last of Us showed this mechanic within their game play giving the player a choice to assassinate an enemy in a stealthy way or maybe not kill them at all. This gives the games more replay ability and gives players a chance to choose the path they want to. This shows how consumers want to be able to work through a game how they want to seeming to make their own decisions. This is something that serious games have already emulated; many strive to show the impact of the player’s decisions in simulations, showing the effects of their choices. This just shows how games are Read more of this post

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