TEN GAME HIGHLIGHTS FROM E3 2011
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.