In an interview with GameTrailers, Microsoft Xbox Executive Don Mattrick told the interviewer that players without an Internet connection should just stick with the Xbox 360. Or, in other words, if you want a next-generation gaming console and have limited Internet access, buy a PlayStation 4 or Wii U.

I know what he was intending to say with this, but the way he said it is certainly not helping the consumer's image of Microsoft right now. The video really speaks for itself. You can see the video in question after the jump.

What are your thoughts on this? Now that the big shows are out of the way, how does Microsoft come off to YOU as the consumer? Let us know in the comments.

Another year, another E3. Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Sony, and Nintendo have shown their hands. And, as per tradition, within those hands was a lot of Bull. Shit. I'm talkin' buzz words, and lots of 'em. So let's take a look at this year's roundup of crap, violently spewed at us courtesy of our friendly neighborhood gaming industry.

This year had four major words and phrases I heard over and over again: "It's real game play footage," "You can change the world around you," "We're blurring the line between single player and multiplayer," "Our new AI system rocks." Each one is annoying for its own reason, and almost every time I heard them uttered I shuddered, so head past the jump to see my analysis of E3 2013's biggest buzz words.

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team releases this summer, and Nintendo is starting to push the game hard. Announced at a Nintendo Direct back in February, the game is already approaching release, and quite quickly too.

The game has received an E3 boost from Nintendo, including a brand new trailer and tons of screenshots. Tons of new details are revealed! For example, we can infer the giant, hold-your-handheld-sideways battles are back from Bowser's Inside Story.

Here's Nintendo's description of the game:

"Mario and Luigi embark on the adventure of their dreams in a hilarious action RPG that combines the resort world of Pi’illo Island with the wild landscapes of Luigi’s imagination, where anything can happen. Meet a host of hilarious characters as you strive to rescue Princess Peach and help Prince Dreambert free his petrified Pi’illo people from the bat-king Antasma’s curse."

For the trailer and screens, hit the jump!

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team releases on Nintendo 3DS on July 12 in Europe, July 13 in Australia, July 18 in Japan, and August 11 in North America.

Fear Less: Escape the Nightmare is a brand new pixel art infinite-runner game, and it's a beautiful one. After I was finished being amazed by the gorgeous colour palette and the stunning art, I dove into this game expecting another bland, run-of-the-mill runner game. What I got, however, was amazing. The term 'infinite runner' is kind of an unfitting description, as there is an end, but you'll have to master the controls and buy all of the upgrades to get there. The controls are fairly simple; Z to jump and X to use your sword. The mechanics will take a few runs to get used to, but as they become more familiar to you, they'll become close to second nature.

In Fear Less, you play as an adorable young girl who has recurring nightmares taking place in a forest. In these nightmares, Death chases her through said forest and all of its cute, yet dangerous inhabitants take their swipes at you. At the end of each nightmare (during which you have to avoid many obstacles, including the forest animals, mushrooms, gravestones, jets of flame, and flying skulls), Death catches up to you and impales you on his scythe. During your nightmares you can collect coins to use to upgrade yourself in between the nightmares. One of the major mechanics is your sword. As you approach an enemy, a sword meter will appear. A slider will go back and forth across it and if you hit X while the slider is over the red zone, you've successfully attacked the enemy, the animation for which will play when you pass by your foe.

Fear Less is available for play in your browser.

A trailer was released the early morning of June 8 during the pre-E3 show, announcing the new free-to-play Tekken Revolution available now on the PSN marketplace.

The trailer announced the free download of the game for June 11, available only on the PSN network and only for the PS3.

Take the jump to see the full article and the trailer.

Many people seem to have forgotten two Wii U games aimed towards the casual crowd: Wii Fit U and Wii Party U. Apparently, Nintendo forgot about them too. Just kidding!

Wii Fit U and Wii Party U were both discussed during the Nintendo Direct this morning. Iwata-san has stated they want to make the two titles as great as they possibly can be. Both games have been delayed until later this year because of that.

Wii Party U was announced in a January Nintendo Direct. The game was supposed to release this summer, but has now been moved to autumn. The board game party title will be available eventually.

On the other hand, Wii Fit U was originally a Wii U launch title. The game now has a release window of the winter, which could mean late 2013 or early 2014. The game has been delayed to add many more features to the design.

What about you? Do you care? Do you want these titles now? Sound off in the comments.

Although the game was announced at Sony's E3 media briefing yesterday, Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy Versus XIII XV is also coming to Microsoft's new console: the Xbox One. The news was revealed at the publisher's Final Fantasy spotlight panel today.

Combine this with the news that Kingdom Hearts III is also coming to Xbox One, and it seems Microsoft lovers will be able to get their dose of Square Enix titles without buying a PlayStation 4.

Are you excited for Versu XV? Sound off in the comments.

More details on Platinum Games's Wii U exclusive The Wonderful 101 were unveiled in the Nintendo Direct this morning. Five player co-op multiplayer mode took center stage, with gangs of quirky heroes battling it out against enemies. Even more tid-bits on the game will be revealed at a Wonderful 101-centric Nintendo Direct later this summer.

Nintendo has also released many new images, showing off character designs and gameplay screens for the game. The pictures are colorful, and very pretty at that. You can take a look at them inside!

The Wonderful 101 releases on August 23rd in Europe, August 24th in Japan and Australia, and September 15th in North America.

"I think the real secret of Mario Kart is that it's a multiplayer communication tool. It's great seeing many people having fun communicating and competing with each other. We want to make Mario Kart 8 into a game where that experience is enhanced so people around the world can play together and have even more fun" -- Hideki Konno

Mario Kart 8, the newest in Nintendo's hit Mario Kart series, was announced earlier this morning during the E3 2013 Nintendo Direct, and, as with several other games, Nintendo has posted an interview with one of its developers to their official site for Nintendo's E3 2013. Within the interview are a number of interesting details regarding new game play features, online capabilities, and the inspirations behind the new additions.

The first thing he speaks about is the new anti-gravity feature of Mario Kart 8, explaining how the development team wanted to add a function that had never been used before in the series and anti-gravity was what they chose. With this new ability, your kart's wheels will fold to face horizontally and you'll be able to drive along walls and ceilings.

More after the jump, as well as the whole video interview!

Pikmin 3 wasn't mentioned during the majority of this morning's Nintendo Direct, but that does not mean the Big N has forgotten about the game! It's not going to be in development for another five years! The game is coming to your Wii U this summer.

To get the Pikmin hype train on the tracks, Nintendo has released a special E3 trailer for the game and dozens of new screenshots and concept art pieces of the game. We get our first look at competitive multiplayer here, along with some more insight into exploring, combat, and collection. In addition to this, an interview with Shigeru Miyamoto has been released by Nintendo. Hearing developer commentary on the game's creation gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the Pikmin genesis.

Take a look at the trailer, interview, and pictures after the jump.

UPDATE: There are now a handful of screens after the jump! Take a look!

Today, Nintendo showed us the first footage of Monolith Soft's new game, currently called X. Monolith Soft is the creator of Xenoblade Chronicles, which was an excellent game, so hopes are high. It's unknown if X takes place in the same world as Xenoblade, but one thing we do know is that you can travel, fight and fly in a robot suit. It's an open world game, with lots of things to explore. The game is scheduled to be released in 2014, but you know how games are.

Click the jump for the trailer.

Today's Nintendo Direct promised to bring us a trailer for the next Super Smash Bros., and we did indeed get one. There was a lot of hype and quite a few surprises, and now I'm getting together with some of the biggest YouTube Smash speculators to have a live discussion of the information we received and what we will see in the future.

Jump inside for the stream!

UPDATE... AGAIN: There are now a ton screens after the jump! Take a look!

UPDATE: Both the gameplay footage and the trailer are available after the jump! Take a look inside!

During the E3 Nintendo Direct, Nintendo showcased Platinum Games’s latest project: Bayonetta 2.

A trailer shows a fierce battle between our heroine and a mysterious, shadowy figure. Needless to say, all the Bayonetta moves you love are here, and they look fantastic.

Our first look at actual gameplay makes it seem that Platinum is not changing the formula either. Bayonetta 2 will follow the formula laid out by the original, with a few new improvements. Who could ask for anything more?

Stay tuned for the trailer and gameplay when they become available!

A historic Rare franchise was unveiled at Microsoft's press debriefing yesterday, and that game is called Killer Instinct. The revival of the series is coming exclusively to Xbox One, but in a form with which you may not be familiar. Instead of going for a retail version of the game, Microsoft is performing a different strategy.

On the launch day of the Xbox One, Killer Instinct will be available to download for free; however, the game only comes with one character: Jago. In order to play as anybody else, players must pay money to unlock new characters. Prices aren't determined yet.

This is a strange new way to release a game. Would you like to see more companies perform this strategy? Sound off in the comments.

Super Smash Bros. received an unveiling during the Nintendo Direct this morning. After the surprise reveal of the Villager from Animal Crossing, Nintendo decide to throw in another surprise. A second trailer was shown, confirming the Blue Bomber Mega Man will be arriving in the next Smash.

Apart from the first announcement, we have had no other footage of Mega Man in action... until now.

GameXplain has posted a video on YouTube of Mario and Mega Man brawling on Battlefield. Not only do we get a good look at Mega Man, but we also see Mario in action. It seems that F.L.U.D.D. is returning once again!

Take a look at the video inside!