Nintendo Gets Political At Pride Parade After Reggie Fils-Aime Said Nintendo Wouldn’t Get Political

Nintendo PlayItProud

Some Nintendo fans were shocked when they found out that Nintendo decided to actively get engaged with the sociopolitics of this year’s Pride Parade. Not only that but Nintendo’s staff utilized the hashtag #PlayitProud to connect Nintendo gamers with Nintendo’s participation in the Pride march. Continue reading “Nintendo Gets Political At Pride Parade After Reggie Fils-Aime Said Nintendo Wouldn’t Get Political”

Dragon Ball FighterZ Will Be 60fps; Uses Anime FPS For Cutscene Sequences

Dragon Ball FighterZ

There’s a new half hour gameplay video featuring Bandai Namco and Arc System Works’ Dragon Ball FighterZ. The developers talked about the design of the game, the combat system, the art-style and the way the fights take place with variable frame-rates designed to mimic the classic animated TV show. Continue reading “Dragon Ball FighterZ Will Be 60fps; Uses Anime FPS For Cutscene Sequences”

Warhorse Studios Showcases An Hour Of Kingdom Come: Deliverance Gameplay

Interested in Kingdom Come: Deliverance? If so, developers Warhorse Studios have released a full one hour and 12 minute long video detailing the E3 2017 build, combat, small skirmishes, and quests. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is set to release on February 13th, 2018, across PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Continue reading “Warhorse Studios Showcases An Hour Of Kingdom Come: Deliverance Gameplay”

E3 2017: Beyond Good And Evil 2 Features Deformable Planets, Character Creation

Beyond Good and Evil 2

After initially unveiling Beyond Good and Evil 2 at E3 this year, Ubisoft’s Michel Ancel decided to showcases some of the progress that they’ve made on the game and what some of the gameplay is like running on the Voyager game engine. Continue reading “E3 2017: Beyond Good And Evil 2 Features Deformable Planets, Character Creation”

E3 2017: Battle Chasers Video Previews Comic-Style Burst Abilities

Battle Chasers Nightwar

Airship Syndicate’s Battle Chasers could be one of the dark horse releases of the year. It’s due out this fall for the Xbox One, PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch, and gamers were able to see nearly nine minutes worth of gameplay footage that was captured during this year’s E3. Continue reading “E3 2017: Battle Chasers Video Previews Comic-Style Burst Abilities”

E3 2017: Strange Brigade Features Progressive Stage Designs, Puzzles, And Lots Of Zombies

Strange Brigade

Rebellion’s Strange Brigade is one of the upcoming titles that made a soft appearance at E3. It wasn’t quite showboated around like Anthem or Destiny 2. However, the game doesn’t promise to be some giant, galactic, AAA blockbuster like the other two titles, and instead Rebellion is focused on making a throwback, third-person shooter action romp through the jungle. Continue reading “E3 2017: Strange Brigade Features Progressive Stage Designs, Puzzles, And Lots Of Zombies”

E3 2017: Yakuza 6’s Takeshi Kitana Doesn’t Play Games, But Likes Trying New Things

Yakuza 6

I hope you didn’t forget about Yakuza 6: The Song of Life because apparently IGN surely didn’t forget about it. They managed to get some time in with Yakuza series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi and senior localization manager Sam Mullen, who talked a little bit about the upcoming worldwide release for the PS4 title. Continue reading “E3 2017: Yakuza 6’s Takeshi Kitana Doesn’t Play Games, But Likes Trying New Things”

E3 2017: Absolver Was Based On Kung-Fu Classics, Traditional Martial Arts

Absolver

During this year’s E3, IGN managed to get their hands on exclusive footage of Devolver and Sloclap’s Absolver. Continue reading “E3 2017: Absolver Was Based On Kung-Fu Classics, Traditional Martial Arts”

E3 2017: South Park The Fractured But Whole E3 Demo Covers Mini-Games And Lap Dances

South Park Fractured but Whole - Strip club

During this year’s E3 we learned a lot more about the gameplay mechanics, mini-games and some of the locations that you’ll be able to visit in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. One such location includes the Peppermint Hippo Strip Club, where it’s possible to give lap dances, investigate strange happenings and check out a bunch of mostly naked chicks working the pole position with a better grip than Takuma Sato. Continue reading “E3 2017: South Park The Fractured But Whole E3 Demo Covers Mini-Games And Lap Dances”

E3 2017: Sprint Vector Features Competitive VR Racing With Impressive Locomotion

Sprint Vector

During this year’s E3 we saw the rise of one of the focuses in the gaming industry over the last couple of years: VR. There were booths and demonstrations and announcements for all manner of variety of VR games, one such game is the first-person, locomotion racing title, Sprint Vector. Continue reading “E3 2017: Sprint Vector Features Competitive VR Racing With Impressive Locomotion”

E3 2017: Everybody’s Golf Features New Character Creation, Online Open-Worlds

Everybody's Golf

There were a number of games for various platforms that sort of fell under the radar during this past year’s E3. One such game is SIE Japan Studios’ Everybody’s Golf for the PlayStation 4, which is due out this August. Continue reading “E3 2017: Everybody’s Golf Features New Character Creation, Online Open-Worlds”

E3 2017: The Crew 2 Features Four Racing Disciplines, Dynamic Vehicle Switching

The Crew 2 Race Modes

Ubisoft’s The Crew 2 is the not-so-long-awaited nor highly anticipated sequel to the 2014 outing, The Crew. The original game was a mediocre racing title that came out at the end of 2014 and was mostly forgotten by people who were playing other real racing games. Nevertheless, Ubisoft decided to try their hand at a sequel with The Crew 2, which they originally announced just ahead of E3, but then officially unveiled the gameplay during their E3 press conference. Continue reading “E3 2017: The Crew 2 Features Four Racing Disciplines, Dynamic Vehicle Switching”

E3 2017: Forza Motorsport 7 Video Offers Look At Weather Transitions, 4K Full Grids

Forza Motorsport 7 4K

One of the few Xbox One X games destined to run at a native 4K resolution at 60 frames per second is Turn 10 Studios’ Forza Motorsport 7. Personally I would I have preferred 1440p at 60fps and a larger grid of cars with higher fidelity lighting, but for some reason Microsoft felt native 4K was the bigger goal. Continue reading “E3 2017: Forza Motorsport 7 Video Offers Look At Weather Transitions, 4K Full Grids”

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