E3 Games: The top 10 titles unveiled at E3 2010

GT5 and Goldeneye join 3D Mario Kart and more

The games that will consume our lives for the next 12-months

The big three in the gaming, Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo have now all given their opening presentations and speeches at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, unveiling as they do a hefty fleet of new and upcoming games titles.

The Nintendo 3DS, Microsoft Kinect, PlayStation Move and Xbox 360 Slim may be stealing the majority of the worldwide headlines, column inches and blog discussions, but games titles such as Gran Turismo 5, Little Big Planet 2 and DJ Hero 3D are all vying for the public spotlight.

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With so many consoles to consume the continually growing catalogue of games, we have hand selected the following ten as T3’s top ten picks from E3’s trove of unveiled games.

PlayStation 3

Gran Turismo 5

After years of developments and setbacks, issues and astonishing teases, the fifth instalment of the hugely successful racing franchise has finally been set for a November 2nd launch. Excited? We sure are.

Little Big Planet 2

The follow on the adventure platform game in which users control and create their environments is followed by much of the same. The ability to create levels across any game format, racer, shooter, quiz just adds to the hours of joy.

Tiger Woods 11

His reputation may be in tatters but the golfing ace’s game franchise is hitting new heights. Compatible with the new Sony PlayStation Move peripheral, Tiger Woods 11 will allow a whole new degree of realistic gaming.

Nintendo 3DS

Kid Icarus: Uprising

The long-awaited follow-up to the NES classic is to land on the new 3DS, the glasses-free 3D pocket gamer, when the console launches. To boot, it will also support the 3D capabilities making the 3DS the talk of the town.

Mario Kart
Another edition to the 3DS, a remake of the Wii’s mega-hit, Mario Kart. Once again fulfilling the 3DS’s extra dimension potential, Mario Kart will give driving whilst tossing bananas a whole new, a surely addictive, edge.

DJ Hero 3D
Activision’s offering to the Nintendo 3DS launch party will see wannabe disk jockeys rubbing their pocket gamers in a seemingly seductive manner when really they will be making sweet, sweet music.

Nintendo Wii

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Zelda is back with its first use of full motion controls in conjunction with the Wii MotionPlus. Link’s action will mimic the users for intuitive game play and whole lot of platform fun.

GoldenEye 007
A Wii exclusive, the sequel to the original GoldenEye which revolutionised first-person shooters in the ‘90s will feature four-player split-screen and a return to Bond’s glory days. Hurry up autumn so we can once again be 007 at his best.

Xbox 360

Star Wars
Demoed with the new Microsoft Kinect motion control peripheral at its launch, this Star Wars title will let gamers do what they have wanted to since childhood, wield a ruddy big lightsaber at inter galactic baddies.

Kinect Sports
As you can tell by its name, this title will also make use of the new Kinect peripheral. Possibly a little Wii-esq in its multi-sport setup but then again, who doesn’t love Wii sports and the hours of fierce competition that it offers?