GiN is gearing up for the massive Call of Duty XP 2016 event out in LA later this week, with our own reporter Marion Constante covering the show . Tune in to find out more about the Call of Duty World League Championship as well as live reports about where this beloved series is going next.
The Rooster Teeth Expo, or RTX, is rapidly becoming one of the premier gaming conventions for the southwest, attracting over 60,000 visitors this year. We sent one of the GiN team down to Austin, Texas to check out this year’s amazing show.
After listening to every conference at E3 2016 and reading just about every major press release, the GiN Lounge crew go over everything that was said, implied and promised from E3 in 2016. What games and new hardware should you most be looking forward to playing?
Nintendo decided to show off their games at E3 2016 this year in a series of shows from their live treehouse. Come find out about Pokemon Moon, The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild and live shots from the Nintendo booth.
Square Enix is hosting its perennial live online broadcast, Square Enix Presents, directly from its booth at E3 2016 this year. We get to see exclusive looks at new titles in the Square Enix lineup as well as major additions to existing games.
Hideo Kojima was the surprise guest at Sony’s E3 2016 press conference, introducing a teaser trailer for the first game from Kojima Productions, Death Stranding.
Bethesda revealed a new E3 2016 trailer for Dishonored 2. We see the new setting of Karnacka and lots of new gameplay elements, as Arkane Studios shows of a very pretty sequel to its popular steampunk game.
Microsoft focuses on indie games at E3 2016 with a new trailer for We Happy Few, the dystopian game with more than a hint of A Clockwork Orange.
Sony devoted almost all of its two-hour long E3 Press conference to new PlayStation games, including several long gameplay demos and plenty of surprises. The Last Guardian got a 2016 release date, and PlayStation VR got a price. Plus God of War is back and Norman Reedus is getting a game.
EA kicked off E3 2016 with a press conference that focused on Star Wars, FIFA 17 and Battlefield 1, as well as eSports, with a taste of indie gaming from the whimsical Fe. Titanfall 2 was announced with a single-player mode and a slick trailer, as well as an October release date for the shooter from developer Respawn. Battlefield 1 got a lot of love, including a celebrity-packed livestream of multiplayer for the game which most people said looked pretty cool. BioWare made an appearance to show us a little bit more of Mass Effect Andromeda, but no big reveals, … Continue reading EA Shows off FIFA 17, Battlefield 1 at E3 Expo