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Sony Declines to Appear…

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E3 2018 was packed with publishers: the big three of Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo all made their appearances; Ubisoft, Bethesda, EA and the PC Gaming Show all returned; Devolver…

A New Beginning? Tales…

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Alright, so I’m sure you’ve heard by now that next year, Bandai Namco Studios is releasing another Tales game. This time, it’s going to be called Tales of Arise.…

Nintendo Direct E3 2019…

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Well, that certainly spiced things up. At the end of a rather unexciting E3, Nintendo decided it was a good time to go all out this year, and boy…

Breath of the Wild…

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Nintendo’s “one last thing to show us” was an absolute shocker. Starting with a creepy atmosphere and familiar cel-shading, we eventually saw Link and Zelda’s Breath of the Wild…

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six…

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A new entry to the popular Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six series has been revealed, titled Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine. The game will focus on PvE co-op, unlike its…

Watch Dogs Legion-E3 2019

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After a gorgeous musical presentation, Ubisoft showed off gameplay footage from Watch Dogs Legion, the latest in their open world hacking franchise. After a standard Orwellian-esque intro, the player walks…

Planet Zoo-E3 2019

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From developers of Planet Coaster comes Planet Zoo, spiritual successor to Zoo Tycoon. The trailer promises that players will be able to run the zoo of their dreams, able…

Vampire: Masquerade – Bloodlines…

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The long-awaited sequel to the cult classic Vampire: Masquerade – Bloodlines has had a full-fledged gameplay trailer during the PC Gaming E3 Show. The trailer gave more details about…

Evil Genius 2: World…

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Kicking off the PC Gaming show was the sequel to Evil Genius, a 2004 strategy game. Developers Rebellion showed off their brand new sequel with a colorful trailer, but unfortunately…

Doom Eternal -E3 2019

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Next to Wolfenstein, Doom Eternal is what I was looking most forward to from Bethesda. We got to see beautiful trailers, one of Doom Guy endlessly mowing down waves of…

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