Nintendo is the last of the big E3 showcases and with the Nintendo Switch carrying a strong momentum into it’s second year, we’re all eagerly awaiting what the rest of 2018 holds for Nintendo fans. We all knew that Smash Bros. would be the main focus of Nintendo’s E3 presentation and it very much was.
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Bethesda seemed more confident in what they had to show this year than any of their previous E3’s and with good reason. Detailed Deep dives, big announcements and incredible reveals were full force here and had me picking my jaw up off the floor after it was all said and done.
Cyberpunk 2077 got its first big reveal trailer and man it was great. I appreciate the detail and effort that went into putting together a cohesive slice of footage that has me itching to get more details on this game.
So it’s that time of year again. E3 2018 is upon us and with that comes some heavily anticipated E3 predictions. I have compiled a list of predictions for Nintendo’s showing at E3 this year and I’m hoping we see a few surprises beyond what’s listed here.
Here we are in March of 2018 and thus marks the start of the Nintendo Switch’s second year. Nintendo fans were promised so much with the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo managed to deliver on a lot of it.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is quickly approaching its April 26th release date. Naughty Dog released the games first official story trailer today and it doesn’t disappoint.
Virtual reality is something that most of us have been dreaming about since we picked up a controller and started playing for the first time. But when the time comes…will it work?
Street Fighter’s competitive scene is nothing short of special, especially in the case where Lupe Fiasco got his shot at Daigo Umehara, the world’s best Street Fighter pro.