Recently Eurogamer posted up some gameplay footage of Shadow Warrior 2 featuring tons of gameplay and the new cooperative mode that Flying Wild Hog has been working on. Continue reading “Shadow Warrior 2 E3 Trailer Shows Co-op Gameplay And Giant Chainsaws”
Due out next spring for the Nintendo 3DS, Natsume’s Harvest Moon: Skytree Village will introduce some brand new content, including new beaus and beauties to romance, new farming equipment, new crops and new animals. Continue reading “Harvest Moon: Skytree Village Screenshots Preview New Animals”
Crazy Justice is a new indie third-person shooter developed by Black Riddles Studio. Once you see the graphics art-style and find out the game is in a semi-open world, it is hard to compare it to anything else other than the Borderlands series.
Continue reading “Crazy Justice: Borderlands-style Third Person Shooter Seeks Greenlight”
In case you missed the blink-and-you-missed-it presentation of Forza Horizon 3 during Microsoft’s E3 press conference, there have been eight minutes of gameplay footage released to give you more of an in-depth look at Forza Horizon 3 for the Xbox One and Windows 10. Continue reading “E3 2016: Forza Horizon 3 Video Previews Cars, Chinooks And Rally Races”
There’s nothing really more intense than playing as a Yakuza member on the run, fighting off rival gangs, throwing darts with friends, and engaging in the most dynamic form of phone sex one could imagine outside of accidentally dialing the personal phone number of Richard Simmons while he’s hocked up on Vicodin and rum. Continue reading “E3 2016: Yakuza 0 Trailer Glimpses Dynamic Phone Sex And Dangerous Street Fights”
The Nintendo NX is due out next March in 2017. We have no idea what the device will be like or where the horsepower will benchmark, but we do know that a new Mario game is set to arrive sometime within the next two years for the new device. Continue reading “E3 2016: New Mario For NX Will Arrive In A Year Or Two, Says Miyamoto”
Tekken 7 was finally unveiled during this year’s E3 to arrive on both the Xbox One and the PC, via Steam, come early 2017. This is in addition to its arrival on the PlayStation VR and PlayStation 4, which was announced late last year. Continue reading “E3 2016: Tekken 7 Confirmed For PC Release In 2017”
Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja weren’t able to make it to hold an exclusive gameplay session during Sony’s conference, but some gameplay at E3 was showcased, which revealed more than five minutes of NiOh’s campaign. The video shows us different elements, damage types and how the armor comes in different varieties. NiOh is currently slated to come out for the PS4.
XSeed Games and Marvelous Entertainment went on a tear during the final days of E3, pumping out all sorts of media assets and content to help get gamers geeked for their upcoming line-up of titles that span the likes of multiple consoles and platforms, including their new farming and life simulator, Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns. Continue reading “E3 2016: Story Of Seasons Trio Of Towns Farming Sim Coming To 3DS”
Sony is trying to pull out as many big guns as they possibly can for their PlayStation VR’s launch in October. The $399 headset doesn’t have the best games line-up out there, but they’re trying to fish for blockbuster hits with titles like Batman: Arkham VR, a quick cash-in title for the PSVR from Rocksteady Studios. Continue reading “E3 2016: Batman Arkham VR Releases On PlayStation VR In October”
Throughout all the chaos of E3 this past week, there are a ton of games, screenshots and trailers that have been let loose that flew well under the radar. Well, thankfully now that the conferences are complete we can sift through the remnants of assets still floating around and bring gamers some news about a few of the lesser known titles that were showcased at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Continue reading “E3 2016: Touhou: Scarlet Curiosity Launches On PS4 This Fall”
The week of E3 was jam packed full of news from top to bottom. We had all sorts of massive announcements, updates and release dates rolled out for some of the biggest and most hotly anticipated titles of this generation. This included the unveiling of the new God of War, the official release date for The Last Guardian, and some big revelations for the newest first-party Nintendo IP, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Continue reading “Weekly Recap June18th: E3, Xbox One S And Summer Lesson’s SJW Problem”
I’m pretty sure most people have this spot tightly reserved for a certain God of War for the PS4, but everything they showcased for that game seemed more like a tech demo wet dream than something that would be playable within the span of a year. In the more immediate future the one game that actually managed to look better than its original showing the year before was Ubisoft’s For Honor. Continue reading “Best Of E3 2016: For Honor”