A Remastered Bulletstorm Is Coming, But We Don't Anything About It

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A remaster of People Can Fly's 2011 game, Bulletstorm, appears to be coming. But, strangely, aside from a few images, we have no information about the game.

No formal announcement has been made for the game, but we were provided screenshots by Microsoft during E3. At this time, we know no release window or for what consoles the game will release for. Though, given the original game released for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC, it might be assumed its remaster will release on their current generation consoles. However, it's also unusual that the assets were provided directly by Microsoft; so some sort of exclusive relationship isn't out of the question. Regardless, you can check out the newly revealed screenshots in the gallery below. 

Bulletstorm released in 2011 to relatively high praise. Last year, its developer, People Can Fly, announced it  had amicably split from its parent company, Epic Games.

Final Fantasy XV VR Is Missing The Excitement

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At its E3 2016 press conference, Sony announced a trio of VR experiences based on well-established properties. We wrote about Batman: Arkham VR, which impressed. Unfortunately, not all of the demos fared quite as well.

Final Fantasy XV VR puts players in the shoes of Prompto, one of the core game's main characters. He wields a gun, making him a good fit for a VR experience.

In the brief demo, the party confronts a behemoth. Movement is handled via warping around the battlefield (often in response to the beast's charge or swipe attacks). Combat is painfully simple, with the Move controller handling aiming. You need only press and hold the trigger to fire continuously.

Batman: Arkham VR Is A DC Comics Visual Novel

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Batman: Arkham VR Is A DC Comics Visual Novel

Sony surprised us numerous times during its press conference. One of those was a PlayStation VR exclusive Batman experience developed by Rocksteady that we had a chance to try for ourselves.

The Batman: Arkham VR demo featured two parts. One lets players suit up as Batman, putting on the suit, equipping the grapnel gun, and throwing batarangs. The other is the meat of the experience.

You won't be fistfighting thugs and supervillains. Instead, it seems that the entire game is a series of story-driven investigations. 

The Highs And Lows Of Sony's E3 2016 Press Conference

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The Highs And Lows Of Sony's E3 2016 Press Conference

Here we are at the end of the beginning. It's been two days of press conferences, and we just wrapped up Sony's E3 2016 stage show.Tomorrow we transition from big news beats (and sweeping orchestras) to in-depth previews.

With Neo confirmed before the show even began and PlayStation VR a known quantity, we weren't quite sure what to expect. The Last Guardian release date? Crash Bandicoot's return? A surprise from Sucker Punch? 

Here are the big takeaways (both high and low) from Sony's presentation in Los Angeles.

Kojima Astounds With PS4 Title Death Stranding

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Kojima Astounds With PS4 Title Death Stranding

"Hello everyone, I'm back!" Kojima announced as he dramatically walked onto the stage of Sony's press conference to show the debut trailer of his PS4 title Death Stranding.

The trailer and the game star Norman Reedus, whom Kojima worked with on the cult classic P.T. demo.

The in-game footage (Sony tech guru Mark Cerny is listed as the game's tech producer) shows a naked man awakening an beach drenched in what appears to be oil. Dead animals are all around: whales, crabs, fish.

Dogfighting Spaceships Impress In Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

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Dogfighting Spaceships Impress In Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

People like to make fun of the Call of Duty franchise, but the E3 demo was full of spectacle.

During Sony's E3 press conference, we got an extended look at Infinity Ward's Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The demo started off with an epic dogfighting spaceship battle that transitioned into open space, zero-gravity shooter combat. After this the team infiltrated an enemy ship, shot a lot of guys, and eventually blew up the vessel.

For more on Infinite Warfare keep checking our cover hub this month for deep dives into the weapons, characters, vehicles, and interviews as we journey to the stars with Infinity Ward's new take on the longstanding series.

Lego Star Wars: Force Awakens Demo Available Now On PSN

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Lego Star Wars: Force Awakens Demo Available Now On PSN

During PlayStation's E3 conference, the publisher played a trailer revealing new footage of Lego Star Wars: Force Awakens. The end of the trailer revealed that a demo for the game is now available for players to check out on PSN, two weeks before the game's release.

As of right now the demo looks like it's only available for the PS4 version of the game.

You can check out the rest of our Lego Star Wars: Force Awakens coverage here.

The Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Digital Issue Is Now Live

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If you subscribe to the computer or tablet edition of Game Informer magazine, new details on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare could be in front of you right now. Following last week's cover reveal, our digital issue is now live on web browsers and will be coming to iPadAndroid, and Google Play soon. You can download the apps to view the issue by following this link. All four of these digital options are included in a standard subscription.

The issue launches tomorrow on our third-party subscription apps including ZinioKindle, and Nook.

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