Sundae Funday: E3 Stuff That Got Swept Under The Rug

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Another weekend, another Sundae Funday. I write this one in a very good mood, as I got to watch X-Men: First Class yesterday, and loved every moment of it. I wasn’t especially keen on the original X-Men movies, but First Class is a proper reboot that takes on a very different tone that I really like.


Now, on to your three scoops of news!



Heroes Of Ruin Hands-On Where I Threw Grenades And Beat A Treant

Square Enix’s first full-featured Nintendo 3DS game isn’t coming from their studios in Japan, it’s being developed by n-Space in collaboration with Square’s London studio. n-Space had an in-development build of the at E3, with two  classes available to try out — Vindicator and Gunslinger.



On Remaking Sonic Adventure 2′s City Escape For Sonic Generations

The popular City Escape stage from Sonic Adventure 2 is in Sonic Generations. We got to got to try it out at E3, with producer, Takashi Iizuka, providing us with some extra bits of information about the updated version of the stage.



Create Your Own Stage In Tekken For Wii U

Tekken producer, Katsuhiro Harada, has a few new ideas in mind for Tekken on Wii U. Among these is the ability to create your own stages using the new controller. Harada then suggests going a step further and allowing players to sell their stages online to earn Fight Money.


This week’s ice-cream is a Thai Sundae. You can find a handy recipe for it here. It doesn’t sound very hard to make, but you’ll need the proper kind of bread.

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Ishaan Sahdev
Ishaan specializes in game design/sales analysis. He's the former managing editor of Siliconera and wrote the book "The Legend of Zelda - A Complete Development History". He also used to moonlight as a professional manga editor. These days, his day job has nothing to do with games, but the two inform each other nonetheless.