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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Microsoft is going full force following a big week at E3 2015 in Los Angeles. Beginning on Sunday, gamers will receive any Xbox One title valued at $59.99 or less with the purchase of a new console. This is big news for gamers looking to buy a Xbox One after a convincing showing at E3, head below for full details. expand full story
E3 Stories June 18, 2015
This week at E3 2015 Sony announced two new PlayStation accessories that also pay homage to their roots. The limited edition Dualshock 4 controller and wireless Gold headset will make old school gamers tingle with joy. Here’s a closer look at their details and how you can get your pre-order in starting today… expand full story
E3 is set to come to a close today after a week of providing us with a look at some of the newest gaming titles and hardware advancements. We’ve already detailed what Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo are planning to have in store for gamers and today we’re going to take a look at the upcoming mobile releases.
Publisher Square Enix dropped the bomb that Tomb Raider would be making an appearance with Lara Croft Go. This exciting new puzzle adventure game is a follow up to Hitman Go, which was met with much fanfare since its release last Spring. Head below for trailers, release information and more on Lara Croft Go, Star Wars upcoming mobile release and more. expand full story
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Nintendo kicked off its E3 announcements with a huge content update for Super Smash Bros. and then dove into some gigantic game announcements including Star Fox Zero, Super Mario Maker, Yoshi’s Woolly World, The Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes and more.
Wii U and the new 3DS handheld are rocking right now thanks to some major releases over the past year. Nintendo’s E3 announcements only upped the ante for these consoles and set the stage for a strong 2015/2016 showing. Head below for the most important news that Nintendo dropped on us so far this week: expand full story
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Sony has strung us along for around 6 years with the near mythical The Last Guardian. Well, it is myth no more. Sony shocked the gaming world, opening its E3 2015 showcase with a brand new demonstration for the game. It followed up with a peek at the new Hitman, the next Destiny expansion, the long rumored Final Fantasy VII remake, and finishing up in usual fashion with a look at the next Uncharted: expand full story
Update (10/27 3:00pm):
- According to Major Nelson, backwards compatibility on Xbox One is set to launch on November 12th.
- The Xbox One Elite Wireless Controller finally has a set pre-order date. Microsoft’s upgraded controller will ship on October 27th, the same day as Halo 5: Guardians. More details can be found below.
Today was Microsoft’s big day at E3 2015, taking the stage to detail its latest advancements and upcoming titles for its flagship Xbox One console. There were many announcements worth noting, including new hardware/software upgrades and the ability to play Xbox 360 games on current generation consoles. Oh yeah, you can play a 3D hologram version of Minecraft, too. Head below for full details. expand full story
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