As the dust settles on E3 2015, Chella looks to select her best bits, worst bits and huh!? bits.
This week, the world got a new Fallout announcement. With E3 coming up, it wasn’t really a surprise, especially considering Bethesda is hosting its first stand alone press conference at the show. The Fallout 4 teaser trailer looks incredible, but I probably won’t play the game. I have this problem with Fallout.
It’s less than a month to go until E3 2015 kicks off. It’s been a slow year for me, so I’m hoping for some mega announcements with release dates for this year. So without further ado, here are the E3 2015 games I want to see.
Chella needs a distraction from the result of the UK election and she’s turning to games. She’s created a list of the best games for escapism to a happy place, when real life gets too serious.
Chella delves into the Mass Effect 4 marketing survey, which allegedly reveals key details about BioWare’s next space opera. She looks at the ship, gameplay, possible characters and new alien races.
With Avengers: The Age of Ultron, the sequel to, arguably, the best Marvel movie to date, mere weeks away, I can’t help thinking there’ll be a cheap game tie-in hot on its heels. And therein lies the trouble with Marvel and games.
It’s been a fairly quiet start to 2015, for the games industry, but all that changed last week, when the faeces hit the proverbial fan over at Konami. The superstar developer looks set to leave Konami, after 30 years, leaving Metal Gear fans in turmoil.
There were many interesting discussions at this year’s GDC, but one of the most fascinating was a series about indie developers. While indies got criticized a bit, Chella thinks the panelists got a lot of the indie scene wrong. Indie developers are like the punk rockers of the 70s and early 80s, forging their own path and identifying with gamers outside the mainstream.
The GiN Game of the Year Awards nominees are in and the voting begins for the winners. Chella takes a look at the shortlist and picks her favourites.
This week, Eurogamer announced that it would no longer give its game reviews scores and it would no longer be listed on Metacritic. Many cheered, but Chella asks, “Do videogame scores matter?”