Tag Archives: E3 2016

New Prey game will be a “reimagining of the idea”

One of the highlights of Bethesda’s E3 this year was the reveal of Prey, a brand-new game from Arkane Studios’ Austin branch.  At the time of the announcement, there was some confusion over what its nature was exactly. But worry no longer, game director Raphael Colantonio put an end to the uncertainty today. Continue reading New Prey game will be a “reimagining of the idea”

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Dead Rising remaster may be coming to PS4

Frank West appears ready to make his debut on the PlayStation. Continue reading Dead Rising remaster may be coming to PS4

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild hints at a reimagined Nintendo

When Nintendo announced its E3 2016 plans, or rather lack thereof, in the months leading up to the conference, many were disappointed with the news. And rightfully so. For Nintendo to show only one game at the biggest video game presentation of the year was simply unprecedented.

It turned out to be a brilliant move that I believe foreshadows the company’s future.

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Video games might be the future of South Park

South Park creators Trey Parker & Matt Stone have teased that video games might be the main platform for the long-running TV show in the future. Continue reading Video games might be the future of South Park

We Happy Few: E3 2016’s Sleeper Hit

E3 was once again an overdose of intoxicating games: Horizon: Zero Dawn, Final Fantasy XV, Gears of War 4, Dishonored 2, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Prey, The Last Guardian, and many more provided a gush of excitement and a pre-ordering frenzy. Among these games was Compulsion Games’ roguelike first-person survival thriller We Happy Few — this year’s E3 sleeper hit. Continue reading We Happy Few: E3 2016’s Sleeper Hit

Sony raises the bar for E3 presentation perfection

If you have been following the E3 2016 festivities, you are well aware of the clinic that Sony put on during their PlayStation press conference on Monday night. The console maker and publisher put its foot on the gas and did not relent for the entirety of the 70 minute runtime. Rather than let suits and developers gush about their games, Sony chose to let the games do the talking.

The industry needs to take note, because Sony just provided the blueprint to the perfect E3 show.

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