We pick our most anticipated titles and trends for E3! Do A-Team and Karate Kid bring more than just 80's nostalgia to the big screen? Is Blur a grown-up Mario Kart? Can Alpha Protocol live up to Mass Effect 2's action RPG legacy?
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Two major 80's icons get reimagined for a new generation. When you think rad 80's television, you always think of the A-Team. Now the big-budget A-Team movie brings all the explodey goodness to the big-screen. Do Alex, Dan, and Jeff love it when that plan comes together?
Dan might be the world's biggest fan of the original Karate Kid. But now Jackie Chan, Kung Fu, and a more action-packed tone threatens to tarnish the 80's classic. Is it possible our very own Daniel-san could like the new Karate Kid?
A couple of variations on tried-and-true game styles this week. First, the new action RPG Alpha Protocol aims to bring the espionage genre into the Mass Effect formula. Does it succeed?
And Blur takes the Mario Kart mechanics and applies them to realistic, modern vehicles. Is the result something to focus on?
Alex, Dan, and Jeff take a look ahead to the world's biggest video game trade show and pick out what they are most excited to see.
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