Game developers proved that they are keeping up with what players want as they unveiled more racially diverse protagonists at the Electronic Entertainment Expo aka E3.
E3 aka the Electronic Entertainment Expo brought in more than 50,000 video game industry leaders and insiders this week filling up the Los Angeles Convention Center.
This week in gaming, which was home to the start of E3 (EA and Bethesda’s press conferences), was pretty good—unless you’re affiliated with Microsoft; quite a few planned reveals were leaked before their press conference on Monday morning
You can be late to the party and not miss a thing if it’s a well-planned and generally exciting event, and I found this point to be abundantly true in regards to Gears of War: Ultimate Edition
No Man’s Sky, the ultra-innovative, highly anticipated, and “game-changing” space exploration title which was scheduled for a June 21st release on the PS4 and PC has been delayed
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This week, I finally started enjoying the massive array of titles on Rare Replay for the Xbox One, and conquering The Wonderful 101 on the Wii U.
Uncharted 4, as was expected, is one of the best games of all time. The ultra-impressive title looks marvelous, plays perfectly, is well-written, and in terms of multiplayer, functions excellently.