Blizzard really pulled out all the stops for BlizzCon this year, giving gamers quite a few surprises right at the opening ceremonies. We even got a deep glimpse and the pending WarCraft movie. Sit back and enjoy the full opening ceremonies, if you can keep from jumping out of your seat that is.
GiN Reporter Marie Brownhill was able to attend the Comics and Popular Arts Conference at DragonCon this year, and even got to talk to luminaries like Dr. Carl Dull, who ran a panel on the Philosophical Perspectives of Japanese Anime.
Sony pulled out all the stops for the Paris Games Week, including revealing many exclusive titles coming out for the PlayStation 4. Exclusive new titles included Horizon Zero dawn and Matterfall from Housemarque.
Sony’s press conference finished on a high note, as David Cage, of Quantic Dreams, announced a new game called Detroit: Become Human, with a trailer. Detroit is based on the character Kara, the female android featured in a tech demo Quantic created in 2012.
Sony announces No Man’s Sky release date as June 2016, during its Paris Games Week conference. New trailer features Rutger Hauer and shows combat.
Sony revealed a new gameplay trailer for WiLD, detailing some aspects of the game at Paris Games Week. WiLD is the new project from Michel Ancel.
DragonCon has always been known for its excellent, all-inclusive cosplayers, and 2015 was no exception. Our reporter wandered among the masses this year, pointing out a few that were exceptionally impressive.
One of the coolest parts of DragonCon is the amazing costumes that people come up with. From the professional to the enthusiastic amateur, they all come together at this most wonderful of conventions. Come and see some of the best ones we found at the DragonCon 2015 show.
Our field reporter Marie Brownhill has been covering the amazing DragonCon convention for over six years now. This year, she attempted to do something a little bit different, and experienced the convention with much less planning, al la Ron Weasley style.
Microsoft held back a bit from E3 so that it could really shine at Gamescom. And that might have been a good play, as the lineup of games scheduled for 2015 and into 2016 is looking to be very impressive.