How’s it going, everybody!? Wow, what a fun E3 it was this year. At a quick glance it didn’t seem like other E3’s we’ve had from recent years. But if you look closely it was one hell of a show. Whether it was Xbox announcing all the new studios they acquired to help them start strong in the new console generation, or PlayStation giving us some deep, detailed look at four of their exclusive games. I’ve got five games that damn near took me off my feet when I saw them, plus learning more about them over the week. So, strap in for my top 5!Read More
Sea of thieves, Rare’s high-seas pirate adventure, has finally made its debut. But are there troubled waters abound for this long-awaited title?Read More
These five games were the ones that not only gave me goosebumps, but at one point made me so audible that I startled my own child. Check them out. Also, go back here and see if Adam or I were right about anything. Let us know what you think in the comments below or tweet @Nerd_901. Check out what Adam thought about all the major conferences too. All the best.
Microsoft had a crisp, tight conference with a ton of reveals, updates, and details. They officially announce the Xbox One S, the 40% slimmer version of the system which will come out in 500GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB models priced at $300, $400, and $500 respectively. They also announced Project Scorpio, a new console which will deliver 4K gaming with six teraflops of performance. Sounds cool, but I had no idea what a teraflop was until I read this article. Microsoft also announced their “Play Anywhere” program which allows some games bought on Xbox One or PC to be played on the other for free. That sounds cool, but I don’t own an Xbox One. Also Microsoft is launching a program for you to design your own Xbox One controller, but only the color scheme, not the button layout. On to the games.Read More