WHERE ARE THE GAMES? I know, I know. Microsoft has noted that E3 was going to be when it focused on games. But, c'mon, what a perfect video. Anyway, it's a bit hard to take solace in the fact that Microsoft is claiming it'll show off games at E3 when so much of what it showed off today was a bit of a bummer. Particularly the almost-always online and measures meant to curb used games. Still a lot of questions.
Check the Xbox One round up after the break. There is a lot of info. Also check out our staff comparison, headed by the lovely Fraser Brown. Let's not let Patrick Hancock's Sanctum 2 review get lost in the excitement of the day, either.
Nintendo had a very well-rounded presentation today, with very few major reveals and mostly just new teases. The new Zelda Wii U game was briefly talked about and teased, as was Mario Maker, and a few others.
The biggest developments were probably the new Smash Bros. additions as well as expanded NFC toy support. Here's everything that happened at Nintendo's E3 conference.more
Sony had a pretty great E3 Conference today, showing off a number of new titles both AAA and indie. They also gave us a lot more info on PS Now, the PS TV, and other bits of media and hardware like their first original series.
Check out everything Sony announced today below.more
Ubisoft had a weird showing with some exciting moments -- which is par for the course, and basically what they deliver year after year.
The clear-cut big-time showing this year was Rainbow Six Siege, a glorious return to form...more