E3

Gaming Trend Podcast: E3 predictions and other garbage

by 5 days ago

    E3 is less than a month away, so it's time to place our annual bets for what we think is going down at this years' conferences. Eric, Kenneth, Matt, and …

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    Bethesda confirms its E3 2016 showcase

    by 4 months ago

    Publisher Besthesda officially confirmed (via GameSpot) today that it will be presenting an E3 showcase for the second time at the conference this year. While no specifics about the publisher's plans …

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    Rising Tide brings undersea colonies to Civilization Beyond Earth

    by 11 months ago

    We’ve colonized through the ages, we’ve built impressive armies, and we’ve even taken to the stars, but for the first time we are going to take our territorialism to the …

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    Pillars of Eternity The White March Part 1 brings impressive new features

    by 11 months ago

      The team at Obsidian are Grandmaster storytellers. Fallout 3 was a hit, but it’s Fallout: New Vegas that is regarded as the better installment. It was no surprise that their …

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      King’s Quest champions the triumphant return of adventure gaming

      by 11 months ago

      There are times in your life when you start a project and in your heart of hearts you know what you are doing is right. You feel it deep in …

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      Deep dive with Masters of Orion

      by 11 months ago

      When people think of 4X games, there is one game that pretty much defined it -- Masters of Orion. Much of what we see in modern 4X games have their …

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      A roadtrip of resources — hands-on with Skyshine’s Bedlam

      by 11 months ago

      In the distant future, the world that we knew is in ruin. Overpopulation has caused a strain on resources, and civilization has crumbled. As one of the last remaining colonies, …

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      My axe is bigger than yours – an early look at Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide

      by 11 months ago

      In the midst of towering booths, colorful lighting and thunderous sounds, you can often find smaller, niche game makers scurrying about the E3 convention center, eager to show off the …

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      Drawing your own conclusions — Hands-on with Guild of Dungeoneering

      by 11 months ago

      Guild of Dungeoneering is one of those games that is so simple in its presentation that it feels incredibly approachable. Employing a unique concept, easy pick-up-and-play controls, and an awesome …

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      All ghillied up — hands-on with Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3’s effective approach to realistic sniping

      by 11 months ago

        You’ve been sitting in this blind for days.  You try to ignore whatever the hell just crawled up your leg, and you are thankful you’ve sealed off your boots with …

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        Sword Coast Legends makes being a DM simple and fun

        by 11 months ago

        At E3 you take a lot of appointments. In fact, across three days we ended up taking nearly 70 of them between the eight of us. The best part about …

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        A whole new world — my first demo with the Oculus Rift CV1

        by 11 months ago

        While waiting for my appointment to demo the Oculus Rift, I struck up a conversation with two guys nearby. They happened to be independent developers focusing on creating VR titles; …

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