Weekly Recap June 17th: Lackluster E3 2017 And SJW Attacks
Weekly Recap

This year’s E3 was pretty lame. Microsoft rolled out a ton of new games for the Xbox One, Xbox One X and PC, but they didn’t have many first-party exclusives on display, especially after canceling Scalebound earlier this year. A Way Out definitely stole the show for me, though. It was a really fun looking co-op game from the developer who made Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons.

Outside of the lame E3 offerings, SJWs decided to attack Tim Soret, the French developer behind the upcoming cyberpunk adventure game, The Last Night. They dug up three year old tweets and decided to wring him out over social media, and it worked. The guy apologized on stage during the PC Gaming conference at E3. These stories and more in this June 17th, 2017 edition of the Weekly Recap.

Xbox One X Named And Priced; Anthem Is A Destiny Clone

Huge, huge, huge pieces of news came out of over the weekend thanks to the E3 madness. We learned that the Xbox One X is set to arrive on November 7th for $499.99, it’s also the smallest Xbox console ever built. We learned that BioWare is working on their Destiny clone called Anthem. The release date for Crackdown 3 has been set for later this year during November. 4A Games is working on a new Metro title due out in 2018. And Devolver Digital easily had the best E3 2017 press conference this year and you’ll have to watch it to find out why.


Beyond Good & Evil 2 Officially Announced

Ubisoft officially announced Beyond Good & Evil 2 and made sure they played up the fact that it was a multicultural and diverse game that will be very diverse and multicultural. Did I happen to mention it was going to be diverse and multicultural? 343 Industries made a few comments about their progress on Halo 6. The Game Awards is due out this year on December 7th. And The Daily Telegraph decided to run a hit-piece on video games that featured sexy-time females. Oh yeah, and Shadow of the Colossus is getting a remake due for release in 2018 for the PS4.


The Last Night Dev Apologizes To SJWs

After being hammered into the ground by Social Justice Warriors on social media, developer Tim Soret decided to apologize for criticizing Anita Sarkeesian. On a brighter note Blade Strangers features lots of busty chicks in a 2D fighting game based on 3D character designs. Nintendo announced that a new Yoshi game, a new Pokemon RPG, a new Metroid Prime 4, and a new Kirby is on the way. And Destiny 2 is capped on the Xbox One X due to the PS4 Pro’s limited hardware capabilities.


Assassin’s Creed Origins Will Have Multiple Playable Characters

They don’t go into detail about who you will play other than Bayek in Assassin’s Creed Origins, but Ubisoft did reveal that there will be multiple playable characters throughout the gameplay experience. A new game set during medieval France called A Plague Tale: Innocence was announced during E3 and it features players attempting to escape from a horde of disease-infected rat hordes. Sadly the VR mode in Gran Turismo Sport will only support one-vs-one races, and only a third of the race tracks from the standard mode. Nintendo outlined that there will be free content released for ARMS throughout the rest of the year, for free. And we find out that The Elder Scrolls VI isn’t even in development yet.


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