There’s no question that the Mass Effect trilogy left us speechless, be it positively or negatively. Now, BioWare is set to do that again as it preps for the unveiling of a new chapter in the most highly-regarded, galactic franchise – Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Proving themselves once again the leaders in the bluetooth wireless tech industry, Astro Gaming won us over at E3 this year with their new A38 Bluetooth Headset.
Batman: Arkham Knight drummed up a lot of hype and anticipation after its E3 game play demo. There were a lot of information and important reveals throughout that kept people on the edge of their seat. But perhaps the biggest reveal came not in an official capacity but in a probable slip of the tongue.
This year NVIDIA had their own gaming expo outside the doors of the Los Angeles Convention Center that was holding this year’s E3. Live music, free drinks, and amazing prizes were only some of the highlights of their event.
Ubisoft understand the importance of E3, both to the fans and to the developers and have released a video in honour.
Nintendo really is an enigma. No one can quite figure them out and they continue to surprise gamers around the world with their questionable decisions and just puzzling weird way of doing things.
At long last Monoprice has decided to take the plunge and enter the realm of computer monitors, and in a not so timid way. Later this year around the third fiscal quarter, Monoprice will be releasing two monitors.
One of the best games I played at E3 was Super Smash Bros. , without question. As a longtime fan that has put hundreds of hours into the series, Smash is back in a big way.
Bayonetta was one of the best third person fighting games of our time. Bayonetta 2 looks to take this fast paced over the top action game to the next level and after playing it at E3, I couldn’t be more pleased.