• E3 2018 Wednesday Recap

    4 monthes ago - By GameInformer

    The gaming industry's biggest week of the year continues, and the Game Informer staff has been spread out across the E3 show floor seeing all the big titles. This is where you can find all of the day's coverage, including hands-on impressions, videos, analysis, and more. So check it out, and be sure to come back tomorrow for the third day of E3 2018.
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    Let's Go's Director On Simplifying Pokémon, Required Motion Controls, And More
    Seen At E3: Two Dumb Jeffs Edition
    Telltale Writer And Clementine's Voice Actor Talk Saying Goodbye To The Walking Dead Character
    How The Monster Hunter...
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  • Top 10 Best Games Shown at Nintendos E3 2018 Conference

    Top 10 Best Games Shown at Nintendos E3 2018 Conference

    4 monthes ago - By N4G

    Nintendo have been on a roll over the last year and a half, and it is predominantly due to the wild success of the Switch. As such, it was no surprise that the versatile hybrid console would take center stage at their E3 conference this year.
    But which 10 games stand out as the most thrilling?
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  • Opinion: Gears 5 Has the Potential to Be Xbox's God of War

    4 monthes ago - By IGN

    This year's Xbox E3 conference unveiled a trio of new games for the Gears of War franchise, but the spotlight very clearly belonged to Gears 5. Though it's easy to write off the game as yet another entry in the franchise, it looks as though the series will be using this as an opportunity to give the Xbox One a God of War 2018 of its own. Note: spoilers for Gears 4 ahead.
    Gears of War as a franchise has always been the Xbox exclusive equivalent to Sony's God of War, in that it's also a game that garnered a reputation for being cartoonishly macho from head to toe. Even with Gears 4 telling a...
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  • Nintendo expects Switch ports to arrive much sooner starting next year

    Nintendo expects Switch ports to arrive much sooner starting next year

    4 monthes ago - By The Verge

    This week at E3, Nintendo and Epic revealed that the biggest game of the moment - Fortnite - would be coming to the Switch. While it was exciting news for fans of the battle royale game, it also represented something of a trend; multi-platform games that launch on the Switch often do so long after they've already been available on other platforms.
    Fortnite first hit other consoles back in July, for instance, while Bethesda's Wolfenstein II originally came out last October but won't be on the Switch until later this month. However, while these kinds of delays have been common during the...
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  • Here's what having the biggest game of the year looks like at E3

    Here's what having the biggest game of the year looks like at E3

    4 monthes ago - By TechCrunch

    For all of the beautiful photo-realistic titles shown off at E3 this year, for all the mind-bending storylines and beautiful art styles, it seems that nobody can stop thinking about Fortnite.
    The battle royale title has picked up users at break-neck speeds, announcing yesterday that it now has 125 million active users logging in and dropping into battle. The Epic Games title is available across a wide variety of platforms - it just launched a version for the Nintendo Switch yesterday, successfully rounding out the most viable gaming platforms.
    In short, this is Fortnite's year and on the...
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