I grew up playing the Sonic games on Genesis so I look forward to every new entry in the series. This time around, I won’t even be giving it much thought at after my hands on with Sonic Boom at E3.
Tom Clancy’s The Division had some amazing gameplay footage shown at E3′s this year. Ubisoft highlighted some of the amazing features the game has in store for us and really shed some light on the highly anticipated game.
Dark Souls 2 is getting a good amount of DLC and I got to experience the first bit of it firsthand.
Lords of the Fallen promises to take the essence of Dark Souls and make it into something more. I’m not sure if it has accomplished that but based on the demo it is definitely its own beast.
Dying Light is not a Dead Island clone. It is what Dead Island should have been.
Nintendo had a lot of games as this year’s E3 so here’s our recap of (almost) everything Nintendo had to play on the E3 show floor.
These aren’t all the indie games Sony had on display at E3 2014 but they are some of the most notable or some that we want to highlight.
Microsoft had piles of indie games on display and it would be impossible to run down them all. Rather than that, here are some of the ones I was either shown or got to play myself.
According to a Steam listing, Grand Theft Auto 5 will, ‘take full advantage of the power of the PC to deliver across-the-board enhancements including increased resolution and graphical detail, denser traffic, greater draw distances, upgraded AI, new wildlife, and advanced weather and damage effects for the ultimate open world experience.”
Axiom Verge isn’t just a game in the Metroidvania style, it is a Metroid game. Firstly, the art nails the Metroid look almost better than Nintendo.
I waited in line to see just what From Software had cooked up for their newest PlayStation exclusive game. As a longtime fan of Demon’s and Dark Souls, Bloodborne looks amazing.
While perusing the plethora of games on the E3 show floor it can be easy to miss out on some titles, but besides Metal Gear Solid 5, Konami didn’t have anything to display in their giant booth space.
The Entertainment Software Association sent out a post-E3 press release, boasting about their attendance of 48,900 people and hosting 200 exhibitors at this year’s E3 event.