The official Game Critics Awards announced the 2018 Winners for E3. These awards are decided through 51 “global media and influencer outlets,” ranging everywhere from genre-specific winners to more general “Best of Show” awards.
In a recent blog post, Funko, the company behind those adorable Funko Pop! figures, announced their latest product… Cereal!
On Friday, June 29th, the remastered trilogy will “wump” its way onto Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC. Get pumped for your favorite bandicoot once more.
On Saturday, Sonic the Hedgehog celebrated his 27th anniversary. Sega held a livestream event, announcing some new details about the upcoming Team Sonic Racing.
Fortnite on Nintendo Switch received a surprise release last week after Nintendo’s E3 Direct, and it already sports one of the best hardware improvements we’ve seen on the latest platform: Voice Chat.
Dragon Ball FighterZ was announced during Nintendo’s E3 Direct, but you’re forgiven if you missed its brief 5 seconds of glory. The game was shown off with no release date, but as reported by Laura Dale, we can finally expect when we can get our hands on it.
Though Sony’s E3 event consisted of a weird structure for audiences, they had a handful of beautiful cinematic trailers on stage. Though the majority of displays were previously known, I look forward to their current lineup of games.
Though most of Square Enix’s lineup appeared in nearly every other event, they did provide us with some further details on their upcoming games. These include: Shadow of the Tomb Raider Square Enix showcased a longer trailer for the latest Tomb Raider entry, displaying some actual gameplay mechanics, and informed attendees that it will have one of the “biggest […]
Ubisoft is generally known to showcase great E3 events, and this year’s event appeared to display a great quantity of quality games coming out across various systems, including another look at some of the most anticipated games.
Bethesda is one of those companies where you never really know what to expect from them. After a few years trying to play Skyrim on every electronic device under the sun, they provided us with a great range of games coming out soon, and ones to look forward to years from now. The lineup includes: Rage 2 One of the […]
Though I’ve never been a major Xbox fan outside of some games like the Halo series, I was surprisingly impressed by the showing Microsoft put on during 2018’s E3 conference.
Electronic Arts (EA Play) opened the show Saturday morning with a strong lineup, including a mix of never-before-seen teasers, and more information on projects that have already caught audiences attention.
Shortly following a supposed leak from Walmart was Sega’s announcement of Team Sonic Racing. The teaser shows no real gameplay, but the listing suggests it will take a team-based approach to the racing genre.
No Man’s Sky, the game that made promises as expansive as it’s universe, has just announced the latest major patch for their game, titled “Next.”