Another new character on display was Chill, who has a combination of defensive and offensive attacks. For instance, she can summon ice walls into the environment to protect against attacks. She can also push the ice walls at enemies to inflict some damage. Her other attacks include projectiles that have a wide range of impact, and a summon to bring in a flying Narwal to attack foes.
Lastly there's Shroomboom, who has the most messed up backstory ever. Basically, he was born to be a pizza topping in the garden belonging to the main bad guy of Skylanders, Kaos. He escaped, and now uses a variety of projectile attacks to fight with the Skylanders heroes.
Skylanders Giants still felt as good as when I saw it at E3 not too long ago. It's a pretty straightforward sequel, adding a ton for players while keeping the core experience largely the same. You can expect Skylanders Giants out this Fall for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, 3DS, and Wii.
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