Microsoft Conference E3 2011

Microsoft starts off E3 with a bang. Quite literally I mean. We’ve got a bunch of new games so gamers can get use out of their dusty Kinect or Xbox 360 console. Check out the list after the jump

  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 game play with a release date of November 8th 2011. Also, the player was trolled by the controller disconnecting. CLASSIC.
  • Tomb Raider reboot with intense game play ending with a Fall 2012 release
  • Sports games such as Madden NFL, Tiger Woods PGA, FIFA
  • Sims Kinect
  • Mass Effect 3 with Kinect support and game play demonstration RELEASE DATE MARCH 6TH 2012
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier with Kinect support
  • New Xbox Dashboard, using Kinect to navigate hands free. Fall 2011
  • New content, such as Youtube and Bing on Xbox Live
  • New Partnerships are on the way
  • Live TV on Xbox Live launches Fall 2011
  • Ultimate Fighting Championship Partnership
  • Gears of War 3 game play, with special guest Ice T.
  • Ryse with Kinect support
  • Halo: Combat Evolved remake. Featuring Online Co-op, Online Multiplayer and Enhanced Graphics. November 15th release
  • Forza 4 game play with an October 11th release
  • Fable: The Journey game play with Kinect support. 2012 release.
  • Minecraft makes a console debut on Xbox 360 in Winter 2011, supports Kinect.
  • Kinect Disneyland Adventures with a Holiday 2011 release
  • Kinect Star Wars
  • Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster the Kinect game FOR KIDS! Fall 2011
  • Kinect Fun Labs featuring Kinect Me, Kinect Finger Tracking and Kinect Object Capture. June 6th, 2011 release.
  • Kinect Sports Season 2. Holiday 2011
  • Dance Central 2
  • Halo 4 with a Holiday 2012 release date.

We’ll keep you updated on all of the stuff Microsoft has to offer this week.

13 thoughts on “Microsoft Conference E3 2011”

  1. Minecraft, if it can do multiplayer with the PC users as well.

    And I might pick up the Combat Evolved remake since in an interview soon after they said it will be a budget title. I know I wouldn’t shell out $60 for it

    1. At least it’s only voice commands, every other demo I’ve seen was without Kinect and it looked like ME2, only with better graphics and an awesome omni-tool blade

    2. I hope in the end it’s like just a headset thing, because it is a cool little feature. I don’t want to go and and buy a Kinect just for it. I’d never use it for anything else, and It’d be a waste of money.

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