Microsoft is showing off a pair of 3D games at GDC, but did not allow video or photos during the demonstration. Engadget has all the specifics and Microsoft has released a number of screenshots that give us an idea of what’s in store.
The game shown here is Harvest, a side-scrolling touch based game, being developed by Luma Arcade. The other game is Battle Punks, being developed by Gravity Bear. It’s still early, but these certainly look impressive.