E3 2016 Stories June 15, 2016

E3 has had some very interesting and existing announcements this year from a brand new Xbox One, to major new game reveals and a very deep look at the brand new Zelda Breath of the Wild. But now it’s time to take a look at what we saw on the mobile side of things. We got a much closer look at the Elder Scrolls Legends from Bethesda, as well as more of Final Fantasy Exvius, some substantial Fallout Shelter updates and even more of Pokemon Go from Nintendo.

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E3 2016 Stories June 14, 2016

As usual, Nintendo’s E3 2016 presence came by way of a special Treehouse Live event today. After massive showcases from Microsoft and Sony yesterday, it’s all about Zelda now. Maybe one the of most anticipated titles in recent memory, Nintendo showed all sorts of new Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild footage in glorious HD, along with more on Pokemon Sun/Moon.

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Sony came out very strong at this year’s E3 with one of the most memorable showcase events in recent memory. It was a barrage of games, many of which were completely new titles, along with some very exciting details. The brand new God of War, an actual release date for The Last Guardian, a new Resident Evil title, new Horizon Zero Dawn gameplay footage and even more. Pricing and release dates for PS VR, the new Hideo Kojima game and what might be the most exciting Spider-Man game we have seen in many years, thanks to developer Insomniac.

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E3 2016 Stories June 13, 2016

While we’ve already seen Microsoft, EA and Bethesda, just awhile ago Ubisoft took to the E3 stage. As usual with Ubisoft, these trailers have some pretty salty language and are definitely NSFW. The most notable titles in today’s conference were: Ghost Recon: Wildlands, South Park: The Fractured but Whole, a new Star Trek VR, and Watch Dogs 2.

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Microsoft was the first major hardware company to announce at E3 2016 this year. After the stage was set by EA and Bethesda, it was time to get our first look at what we can expect from Xbox One in the coming months. Right of the bat, Microsoft announced a newly updated console that includes a significantly slimmer design, 4K video and a ton of other features. Best of all, it starts at $299. Head below for more including pre-order information, game updates from Gears of War 4, Forza and others…

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The biggest gaming conference of the year is in full swing, with most of the major events occurring later today and tomorrow morning. EA kicked things off early yesterday afternoon, followed by quite an eventful Bethesda E3 2016 showcase. This year, we got a host of announcements on ID products including more Doom and a surprise Quake reveal. Arkane dropped some new gameplay footage/details on the highly anticipated sequel to Dishonored and the almost forgotten Prey made a triumphant return.

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Yesterday, EA kicked off this year’s E3 event with a handful of announcements and first looks at upcoming titles. We received more information about Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, Madden 17 and Mass Effect: Andromeda plus a small glimpse at an upcoming Star Wars title. We’ll be covering E3 all week as Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony and more reveal their latest news for gamers. Head below for a look at the hottest trailers from yesterday’s event.

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E3 2016 Stories May 31, 2016

Xbox One official price drop brings 1TB bundles w/ multiple games down to just $319 shipped, more

Microsoft has now officially dropped all Xbox One bundles $50 with options starting at $299. The sale comes a few months ahead of E3 2016 and will run until Microsoft’s big conference on July 13th. With the $50 price drop now mostly live across the board, we are seeing some very notable discounts at Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Microsoft Store and more. But it’s the rumored E3 bound Xbox One slim that makes the move most interesting.

Several outlets have reported rumors on a new, slimmer Xbox One along with a pair of possible new Xbox TV streaming boxes. Both of which could be making an appearance come July 13th. While that is something to keep in mind if you’re in the market for a new Xbox One, pricing on the new model isn’t likely to get as low as today’s deals for some time.

Outside of the base $50 drop at most retailers, we have a few special bundle deals that offer even more value:

You’ll find the rest of our game/app deals in the daily roundups.

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