E3 2009

Game Critics Best of E3 2009 award winners

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Best of Show

Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (Naughty Dog/Sony Computer Entertainment America for PlayStation 3)

Best Original Game

Scribblenauts (5TH Cell/Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment for Nintendo DS)

Best Console Game

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Ignition Entertainment Racks up Nine ‘Best of E3’ Awards; Muramasa: The Demon Blade and The King of Fighters XII Defeat Perennial Favorites

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Tuesday, June 23, 2009 – Ignition Entertainment, a relative newcomer to the bustling videogame industry, is now among the most honored game companies of the year.  Ignition’s lineup of breakthrough games including, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, The King of Fighters XII and Samurai Shodown: Edge of Destiny stood out among hundreds of highly-anticipated video game titles and swept up nine ‘Best of’ awards at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2009.

Muramsa: The Demon Blade took the Wii and action game categories by storm with its revolutionary take on the classic 2D side scroller and artistically rendered characters, enemies, fight sequences and deep and extraordinarily detailed environments.  Muramsa: The Demon Blade blew away stiff competition, including perpetual powerhouse Nintendo, and won:

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Social Media Tracking Sites Show Trends from E3 and Beyond

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This is the list of the most talked about games on Twitter during E3.


  1. The Sims 3
  2. The Beatles Rock Band
  3. Super Mario Galaxy 2
  4. World of Warcraft

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Nielsen:Post-E3 Purchase Interest

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Halo ODST – 53% God of War III – 49% Wii Sports Resort – 45% Guitar Hero 5 – 42% Final Fantasy XIII – 37% Madden 10 – 35% Guitar …
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A Deeper Look At The Zelda Art

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Ever since Mityamoto showed off the Zelda art E3, there has been a lot speculations and dissecting of that single piece of art, mostly the person/thing behind Link. The first …
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Top 5 WTF Moments of E3

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For me the WTF moment didn’t come from teh fact that Nintendo announced a vitality sensor. The WTF moment came when Iwata is here it …
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