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Five pieces of news that got lost in E3

E3 has started today, with a total of 4 press conferences that so far, have pumped out almost constant stories, so there’s been plenty of news to miss, with everyone focusing on the big announcements from Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft and Sony. Well, we’ve rounded up some information and screens from the smaller stories of the last 24 hours, to makes sure our readers don’t miss a thing.

Bastion Supergiant Games’ debut project, Bastion is an Action RPG set to release as a downloadable title for Xbox 360 and PC, this summer.  The game will take place in more than 30 areas, set in different environments. The game will allow players to customize their own character, before jumping into the game’s unique world. There’s ten new screenshots in the gallery, below.

Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team We’ve found 4 new screens for THQ’s upcoming Warhammer game,  which was revealed recently for Xbox 360 and PS3. Set to release in July, the game will be a fast paced shooter, complete with a multiplayer mode and co-op. The game will also include a unique unlock code for Warhammer 40,000:  Space Marine. There’s a trailer below and the screens are in the gallery at the end of the post.

Rise of Nightmares Sega’s Kinect powered horror game has been given 5 new screenshots, which you can see in the gallery at the bottom of the post. In the game,  which was revealed way back at the 2010 TGS show and will release in June this year, players adopt the role of a tourist who must rescue his wife.

The Deepak Chopra Project We have literally no idea what this is and the name baffles us, but there’s new screens for what looks an arcey dual-stick shootery affair. You can see them in the gallery, at the bottom of the post.

The Gunstringer Twisted Pixels’ The Gunstringer is a Kinect based platformer/shooter, which sees the player puppeteer a gun wielding cowboy, who sets out on a revenge-fuelled mission. There’s 15 screenshots for the unique 360 exclusive, in the gallery below.

Edited On 07 Jun, 2011

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