E3 2010′s greatest videos

By Nick DeLong On 18 Jun, 2010 At 01:32 AM | Mission: Gaming | With 0 Comment

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As E3 is coming to a close, the devastation that all of these amazing new games will have on my wallet can already be felt, especially as someone who owns all of the currently supported consoles.  In spite of some disappointing showings that failed to show their potential (Kinect) and some strangely absent information (pricing and launch of 3DS), it was an absolutely fantastic showing of the biggest games of the holidays and next year.  Even if Konami STILL hasn’t announced an HD Suikoden game or a PSN port of one of the greatest RPGs ever made, Suikoden 2.

Here is a list of links to videos that I found to be the most surprising or just flat-out cool.  It’s shaping up to be a great time to be a gamer!  Especially for Nintendo fans.


The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

Donkey Kong Country Returns

Professor Layton and the Unwound Future

Kirby’s Epic Yarn

Disney Epic Mickey

Kid Icarus Uprising

Metroid: Other M


Metal Gear Solid Rising

God of War: Ghost of Sparta

Twisted Metal

Parasite Eve: The 3rd Birthday

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow

Rock Band 3

Silent Hill 8

Rayman Origins

Child of Eden


Portal 2

Call of Duty: Black Ops

Front Mission Evolved

Halo: Reach

Final Fantasy XIV

Star Wars: The Old Republic

Battlestar Galactica Online


About - A gamer and proud nerd for over 20 years, I lead the charge here at Mission:Geek as our Final Boss. I love heavy music, playing the drums, hanging out with my friends and family, and, of course, I can't get enough gaming. My favorite genres are: JRPG, Action (Horror Action especially!), Adventure, and anything classic.

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