E3 Archive

  • Here, Have a Buttload of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Screenshots

    Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain launches at long last on September 1st, which means this is the game’s final appearance at an E3. And with all of the drama and mystery swirling around Hideo Kojima and Konami being on the outs, who knows […]

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  • Life is Strange, Remember Me Devs Are Making an Unreal Engine 4 Vampire RPG

    Focus Home Interactive continues to build up an intriguing roster of original role-playing IPs. In the wake of announcing a partnership with Lords of the Fallen studio Deck13 Interactive to make an unnamed dystopian sci-fi RPG, Focus Home has announced more details about its alliance […]

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  • Shadow Warrior 2 Doubles the Wang, Doubles the Fun

    Actually, I suppose I should say quadruple the Wang, because one of the main new features coming to Flying Wild Hog’s Shadow Warrior 2 is co-op for up to four players. Who’s up for a four-player Wang bang? Then again, rule number seven of The […]

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  • The 1st Rule of Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate is: Don’t Mess With Evie

    While Jacob Frye is a rough and tumble hand-to-hand brawler, his twin sister, Evie, sticks to the shadows like a more traditional master of stealth Assassin. But that doesn’t mean she should be taken lightly in a fight. As she demonstrates in her own dedicated […]

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  • South Park: The Fractured But Whole Should Win an E3 Award For Best Game Title

    Yeah, I know it is totally stupid and sophomoric, but South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a fucking hilarious title that immediately conveys the South Park brand of humor. If we gave out E3 awards, it would so get my vote. Beyond the silly […]

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  • Kingdom Hearts Brings a Little Disney Magic to E3

    Kingdom Hearts can always been counted on for bringing some whimsical Disney magic to E3 in one form or another. This year the series is represented by two titles. First, of course, is Kingdom Hearts III, which is on target to launch who knows when. […]

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  • Enter the Gungeon Will Let You Pew Pew Pew With a Friend

    Although not as lovely on the eyes as Eitr, Enter the Gungeon is another awesome indie gem Devolver Digital has showing at E3 this week. In fact, there is a small tidbit of news to report. Dodge Roll Games’ devilishly challenging and cute bullet hell […]

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  • Eitr Elevates Pixel Artistry to a Whole New Level

    Eitr briefly got some screen time during Sony’s E3 showcase, but with everyone geeking out over The Last Guardian, Final Fantasy VII Remake, and Shenmue III a pixel art indie game wasn’t going to get the attention it deserved. So let’s give it some attention […]

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  • EA Unravels a Heartfelt Indie-like Yarn

    Unravel is perhaps the surprise sleeper hit of all of E3 this year. With a similar indie vibe to Ubisoft’s Grow Home from earlier in the year, Unravel comes from EA and 14 person Swedish game studio Coldwood. The game is a side-scrolling physics platformer […]

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  • The White March Announced as Pillars of Eternity’s First Expansion

    Pillars of Eternity, Obsidian Entertainment’s Kickstarter funded tribute to classic Infinity Engine CRPGs like Baldur’s Gate and Icewind Dale, is getting its first expansion. Titled The White March: Part 1, the expansion will extend the storyline, raise the level cap, introduce new monk and rogue […]

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