TEN GAME HIGH­LIGHTS FROM E3 2011

Herald Sun - Switched On - - Gadgets -

thing new and pays homage to his roots. De­signed for the 3DS, the cam­era an­gle is set low so you can see Mario jump from the back­ground. The game rein­tro­duces the Tanooki Suit — a fly­ing rac­coon cos­tume — and some lev­els of­fer an over­head view for old-school ap­peal. Due be­fore Christ­mas. Real treats: Forza Mo­tor­sport (above left) looks re­al­is­tic while FIFA 12 (above right) and Su­per Mario 3DS (be­low) have been re­vamped. has been cap­tured by mad mili­ti­a­men. The sub­se­quent battle for sur­vival looks in­tense and is not for the squea­mish. Due next year. While all eyes were on Nin­tendo’s new Wii, the com­pany did not for­get the orig­i­nal model. This Zelda tale, to be re­leased 25 years af­ter the se­ries’ de­but, re­lies heav­ily on the Wii’s Mo­tion Plus con­trols. Play­ers can swing a sword at the vil­lains or tip the con­trol side to side to guide a gi­ant bird, with game hero Link atop it. Due be­fore Christ­mas.

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