See Sony’s Full E3 2016 Showcase

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See Sony’s Full E3 2016 Showcase

Our E3 2016 live stream coverage concluded with Sony Monday night, and its media briefing generated a lot of hype in the audience, both in LA and worldwide.

Among the strong showcase was the next God of War, Crash Bandicoot, and Kojima's upcoming game, Death Stranding. Joe Juba and Matt Miller open the show with a discussion of what they expected to see, addressing rumors and more, and conclude with an in-depth breakdown.

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E3 2016 Day Three Recap

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E3 2016 Day Three Recap

After two full days of press conferences from the likes of EA, Bethesda, Microsoft, Ubisoft, and Sony, the full E3 show floor finally opened up to attendees on Tuesday afternoon. The opportunity to dig in and play some of the games that have been showcased in recent days was a welcome change of pace, even as new screenshots and videos continued to release surrounding some of the most exciting announcements of the show.

Without a doubt, day three's big winner is Nintendo, as the publisher showed off multiple facets of its flagship game, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. We also learned new details about mysterious games like Insomniac's Spider-Man, checked out some gameplay of Halo Wars 2, and began to explore the first of many VR experiences on offer at this year's big show. Dive into our full coverage below, and check back tomorrow as we continue our full week of blowout coverage on the biggest event in gaming. 

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See Ubisoft’s Full E3 2016 Showcase

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Ubisoft had another colorful press conference this year at E3, starting off with an extravagant dance number in honor of Just Dance.

We got to see gameplay from Ghost Recon, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Ubisoft's new IP Steep, and more. Joe Juba and Kyle Hilliard open the show with a discussion of what they expected to see, addressing rumors and more, and conclude our coverage with an in-depth breakdown.

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See Microsoft’s Full E3 2016 Showcase

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Microsoft brought a lot to the table Monday morning during its media briefing. We got to see gameplay of Gears of War 4, Halo Wars 2, Recore, and more.

But the biggest splash from the press conference game from the announcement of two upcoming consoles: Xbox One S and Project Scorpio. Check out the archive of our live coverage below. Kyle Hilliard and Kim Wallace open the show with a discussion of what they expected to see, addressing rumors and more, and conclude our coverage with an in-depth breakdown.

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How Titanfall 2 Hopes To Improve The Formula

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EA opened its press conference at E3 2016 by showing off Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall 2. The sequel will be adding a full campaign, but the team is making plenty more tweaks to the first game's formula. At E3 2016, we spoke to the game's producer Drew McCoy and director Steve Fukuda about what they learned after the first game's release and how things are changing up for the sequel. You can see more from Titanfall 2 in our story containing the two new trailers for the game.

Watch the interview with McCoy and Fukuda below to learn how the team is rethinking their approach to progression, titans, and the smart pistol.

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Test Chamber – See A Full Playthrough Of Resident Evil 7's Teaser: Beginning Hour Demo

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Yesterday, Sony surprised us with a new Resident Evil that looks nothing like Resident Evil, and then took it a step further by releasing a demo for the game. So we decided to play it.

It's a short glimpse of Resident Evil 7, clocking in at about 20 minutes for the full playthrough. At this point, we're not sure how much this demo will reflect the final game, but It does prove that Capcom is trying something very different with its popular horror franchise.

Join myself and Kim Wallace as we respond to jump scares and basically just try to figure out what is happening in this weird, dilapidated house.

Test Chamber – Our Thoughts On The Halo Wars 2 Beta

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Seven years ago when Halo Wars released, it was praised for being one of the few console real time strategy games worth playing.

With Microsoft announcing the open beta for the anticipated Halo Wars 2 yesterday during its E3 press conference, Matt Miller and I decided to check out the action. It's surprisingly approachable, even if some of the PC complexities are missed.

Let us know what you think below.

Science-Fiction Weekly: Mass Effect: Andromeda And The Games Of E3

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E3 just kicked off a few hours ago, and I already feel like I'm in over my head with science-fiction games to cover. The press conferences from various publishers over the last few days produced a wealth of new information for some of science fiction's biggest gaming properties, including Mass Effect and Star Wars, and the show floor is filled with even more promising games to see.

The big game on my radar for E3 was Mass Effect: Andromeda. Given how long the game has been in development, I expected BioWare to be front and center at EA's Play event, but we once again walked away with a brief teaser video and no legitimate information. Or did we? After watching the video, I took to Twitter to ask my followers if they thought the Andromeda video contained any in-game footage. One of the first people to respond was BioWare's general manager Aaryn Flynn. "Yes, you did!" he said. Most, if not all of the footage shown, is from gameplay, and it looks absolutely stunning.

Here's All DICE Is Saying About Battlefield 1's Campaign

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Here's All DICE Is Saying About Battlefield 1's Campaign

At E3 2016, DICE is letting players get their hands on Battlefield 1's multiplayer. We spoke with the game's senior producer Aleksander Grøndal and decided to steer the other direction, asking him about Battlefield 1's single-player campaign. This mode will have players jumping around the world, seeing multiple conflicts from many perspectives. To learn more about Battlefield 1's multiplayer, check out our interview on the unique gameplay experiences here.

Watch the interview below to learn why the campaign is embracing vehicles and hopes to teach players a thing or two about history.

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E3 2016 Day Two Recap

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E3 2016 Day Two Recap

Day two was likely E3 2016's biggest day. We had press conferences from Microsoft and Sony, each with lots of gameplay trailers (though Sony did have more surprises), as well as lots of new details from Ubisoft. The show floor opens tomorrow and we will have plenty more to report on then, but in the meantime, here's a breakdown of all the announcements from today's pressers (and more) to keep you in the loop.

SonyTrailer Revealed For New God Of WarSony's Bend Studio Unveils Post-Apocalyptic Biker Game Days Gone
The Last Guardian Is Finally Coming This October
Detroit: Become Human's Story Is A Web Of Choices
Resident Evil VII Announced, Demo Available Today
PlayStation VR To Be Released In October
Horizon Zero Dawn Shows Off Demonic Combat
July Cover Trailer – Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Star Wars, Batman, And Final Fantasy Franchises Come To PlayStation VR
Impulse Gear Shows Off New VR Shooter Farpoint
Crash Bandicoot Is Coming Back On PS4
The Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Digital Issue Is Now Live
Lego Star Wars: Force Awakens Demo Available Now On PSN
Dogfighting Spaceships Impress In Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
New Spider-Man PS4 Title Announced From Insomniac Games
Kojima Astounds With PS4 Title Death Stranding
The Highs And Lows Of Sony's E3 2016 Press Conference