E3 2017 Overview Updated June 13, 2017

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June 2017


E3 2017 (Electronics Entertainment Expo) is upon us. The world’s largest gaming event of the year features all of the most important new announcements in the world of gaming from Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo and other major publishers like EA, Bethesda, Ubisoft and more. Xbox Scorpio is clearly one of the most highly anticipated unveils of the show along with more details on The Last of Us 2, Star Wars Battlefront 2, Assassin’s Creed Origins and even the possibility of Starfield. We are also expecting to see more of Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding, Insomniac’s take on Spider-Man, Days Gone and the new God of War…

E3 2017 Stories June 13

Nintendo is kicking off its presence at E3 this morning with a bunch of new games for its console, but Nyko has quietly made some big announcements for the console as well in the form of several new accessories. While chargers, cases, and controllers are all included here, Nyko’s biggest reveal is the first portable HDMI dock for the Switch, and it all releases in the coming weeks.

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Ladies and gentlemen, it is time for the Nintendo E3 showcase. As usual, the company isn’t putting on your typical press event, but rather a Nintendo Direct like stream. Most were expecting a lot of Super Mario Odyssey but we actually got a fairly evenly spread presentation with some serious promises on franchises fans have been waiting on for years and more… expand full story

E3 2017 Stories June 12

This is it folks, the big Sony E3 2017 showcase event. While Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft and Bethesda have already shown what they have up their sleeves, Sony has had the most impressive E3 showings for the last couple years, and once again, it did not disappoint. Opening with live music just ahead of a new trailer for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, it was clear Sony wasn’t taking any prisoners this year either.

You want games, you get games. Outside of a brief introduction from Shawn Layden, Sony ran trailer after trailer of gameplay for all (most) of its biggest franchises and much more… expand full story

E3 2017 has been very exciting this year. Xbox One X with 4K and HDR is now a thing, we have seen some major game announcements including a brand new Bioware title and the cinematic prison break experience: No Way Out. Bethesda was nothing but games late last night and now it’s on to the last major publisher event ahead of the big Sony showcase this evening.

Ubisoft put on a shorter and slightly more succinct presentation this year, but it was full of games including a new Nintendo cross-over and some very big surprises: expand full story

Last night Microsoft took the stage at E3 to unveil its new Xbox One X console alongside over 40 new titles. As you’d expect, other manufacturers are using this platform to roll out fresh accessories too. Seagate has been making Xbox One-specific hard drives for some time, and it has now introduced a new massive 8TB external storage option that will significantly expand the console’s storage capabilities.

Dubbed the Game Drive Hub, Seagate’s latest has a handful of features meant to aid hardcore Xbox gamers. That includes a unique USB 3.0 hub design that’s borrowed from some of its desktop drives. Full details below.

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It is E3 2017 weekend folks! The brand new, all-powerful Xbox One X was announced ahead of Assassin’s Creed Origins and so much more. EA gave us brand new footage and details on Star Wars Battlefront 2, Madden 18, A Way Out and the new Bioware IP, Anthem. With major announcement events still slated for Sony (later today) and Nintendo tomorrow morning, it is now time for all things Bethesda. As usual, the company was right to the point, light on the talking and straight to the games… expand full story

E3 2017 Stories June 11

Today, Microsoft took the stage at E3 in Los Angeles to unveil its next generation console: Xbox One X. Previously called Project Scorpio, this was the first opportunity we’ve had for an in-depth look since it was first teased a year ago. Alongside this new 4K gaming system, Microsoft detailed 42 fresh games including Forza Motorsport 7, Assassin’s Creed Origins, and Metro Exodus. Of course, that comes after today’s price drop on the current generation Xbox One S. More on that can be found right here.

We have full details on the upcoming Xbox One X alongside trailers for the most notable game announcements from today’s event after the break.

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expiredXbox One E3 price drops: 500GB + 1 game & $20 Amazon credit $249, more

(Update: 6/12 3:15pm): Trusted games dealer Rushhourwholesaler via eBay Daily Deals is offering the Xbox One S 1TB Bundle with an extra Xbox One S Controller Black and the Play and Charge Kit for just $290 shipped. Even with 1TB options on sale right now (below), this is still the current best value on 1TB Xbox One S bundle.

E3 2017 has officially kicked off with EA’s early press conference yesterday afternoon and new information on Scorpio at Microsoft’s big showing coming up in a few hours time. Along with sold discounts on the new gold, 1TB PS4, Microsoft is also taking $50 off all Xbox One S consoles starting right now. That basically puts the 500GB bundles down at $249 along with deals on almost all special/limited edition options, but Amazon has quite a notable deal of its own running right now.

Amazon is offering the Xbox One S 500GB Console with a copy of Ghost Recon Wildlands Gold Digital, a $10 Amazon Music and $10 Amazon Video credit for just $249 shipped. Not the lowest price we have ever tracked but certainly the best value available at the moment and a solid deal for anyone looking to grab an Xbox One S.

We very much expect the new Scorpio console to drop at around $500 (or more), so unless you want to drop some serious cash, these Xbox One S bundles are as good as it gets.

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E3 2017 Stories June 10

We’ve been covering some pre-E3 news the past week, but today, the eagerly awaited gaming expo has finally begun. EA kicked off this year’s event by getting us up to speed on a few of its upcoming titles.

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