Square Enix wrapped up the major E3 Expo Press Conferences with a look at some amazing games such as Just Cause 3, an exclusive new PS4 game called NieR and Xbox One’s Rise of the Tomb Raider among others.
Nintendo’s digital press conference showed off games for the Wii, WiiU and 3DS platforms. These included a brand new Starfox, a new cooperative Zelda game, new IP for Hyrule Warriors and many others in what looks to be an exciting lineup for all of their platforms.
Sony kicked off it’s E3 2015 Press Conference by revealing the PlayStation 4 exclusive The Last Guardian game. After years of waiting, gamers seemed really hyped to finally get a look at the new game from the universally loved series.
Electronic Arts showed quite a few games at their E3 Expo Press Conference, but mouths hit the floor when the new Star Wars Battlefront was revealed. Check out this unprecedented graphics engine in action!
Ubisoft pleased the eager crowds at E3 Expo on opening day with several surprises, including a new never-before-seen game called For Honor that promised to give the real visceral feel of melee combat. It was about new IP and many old favorites.
The Xbox press conference at E3 had plenty of good news for gamers, including backwards compatibility, bringing 360 games to Xbox One owners. This is surely intended to urge gamers to upgrade to Xbox One.
The fourth episode, Game of Thrones: Sons of Winter comes to us as the television series is wrapping up for the season. And the videogame proves, especially with episode four, that it can be just as good.
From Doom to Elder Scrolls Legends to a new Dishonored, Bethesda Softworks brought the heat to E3 Expo with the first press conference of the show. Oh, and did we mention a little thing called Fallout 4!
This week Billy takes his first step into Nintendo’s Pushmo franchise with its newest title, Stretchmo. Is this a series worth looking into?
Will Chella survive her first play through of Life is Strange Episode 3: Chaos Theory? As we keep pushing forward, things start to get a little bit odd, and a lot more emotional.