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Top 5 - Sucky E3 2012 announcements





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Published on May 4, 2012

Everybody is dreaming about E3 news on the new Xbox and Playstation or games like Grand Theft Auto 5 and Doom 4. But what kind of announcements will make gamers cry themselves to sleep? We give you five suggestions.

Rockstar reveals Grand Theft Auto 5 will be a Wii U exclusive. Dan Houser thinks the tablet controller is just awesome and confirms a coke snorting mini-game!

Oh boy...

Activision announces Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has a revolutionary paid competitive mode. Each deathmatch will cost gamers 20 cents to play and they game will include paid weapon unlocks. Call of Duty Elite was a success, why not make more money?


The next generation of video games will no longer use a controller. According to Microsoft "You are the controller!" and that's why the new Xbox will ditch controllers entirely. Looks like dancing and fitness are the future of video games.

Please... shoot .... me

You wanted it. Sony's bringing it! Playstation Mini's on your Playstation Vita. Download former iPhone hits like Doodle Jump and Peggle for just 4,99 each. Because iPhone games are really making a lot money you guys!

Can I get my iPhone back now?

We all thought Valve had nothing to announce this E3 but we were wrong. It turns out they are partnering with Gearbox who will help them release Half Life episode 3 this year. Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford is really excited and hopes to give Episode 3 the same level of polish as Duke Nukem Forever.

Wait ... didn't Duke Nukem Forever suck balls?

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