E3 2019: All The PlayStation Games Confirmed So Far

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E3 2019 is fast approaching and there's going to be a ton of PS4 games. While Sony won't be attending this year, that doesn't stop other developers from bringing PS4 games to the show. Big name publishers like Bethesda, Electronic Arts, and more are showcasing some of their biggest new games.

Sony decided against appearing at E3 2019 out of a desire to showcase its games in new and different ways compared to previous years. "As the industry evolves, Sony Interactive Entertainment continues to look for inventive opportunities to engage the community," the company said in a statement to GameSpot. "PlayStation fans mean the world to us and we always want to innovate, think differently and experiment with new ways to delight gamers. As a result, we have decided not to participate in E3 in 2019. We are exploring new and familiar ways to engage our community in 2019 and can't wait to share our plans with you."

John Wick 3: Let's Talk About The Adjudicator, A Terrifying Villain Who Never Holds A Gun

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When the John Wick series introduces a villain, they usually fall into one of two categories: They're either a gun-toting badass like John Wick 2's Cassian (Common) and Ares (Ruby Rose) or John Wick 3's Zero (Mark Dacascos), or a spineless crime boss like the original's Iosef Tarasov (Alfie Allen) or 2's Santino D'Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio). John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum introduces one new antagonist who absolutely crushes this mold: The Adjudicator, played by Asia Kate Dillon.

The Adjudicator is a high level enforcer sent to New York by the High Table to exact punishment against those who aided John Wick in his defiance of the organization's laws throughout John Wick 2. The character is also non-binary in gender, according to Dillon, and goes by "they"--a detail you might not pick up on in the film, but which informed how Dillon, who is non-binary in real life, approached playing them.

Throughout John Wick 3, the Adjudicator recruits Zero and his gang of sushi-carving ninjas, cuts the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne) down to size, and delivers Winston an ultimatum to step down as the Continental's manager or risk facing the consequences. And the Adjudicator manages to do it all without ever lifting a finger, raising their voice, or picking up a gun.

E3 2019: All The Nintendo Switch Games Confirmed So Far

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The biggest gaming showcase of the year, E3 2019, is only a few weeks away. This year's expo kicks off on Tuesday, June 11, and while it's shaping up to be a bit quieter than past years (thanks in large part to Sony's decision to sit this E3 out), some big games have already been confirmed for the event, with even more surprises undoubtedly waiting to be announced.

While Microsoft is reportedly gearing up to unveil its next-generation Xbox console(s) during its E3 2019 briefing, Nintendo will be looking to continue the Switch's impressive sales momentum by highlighting some upcoming games for the hybrid system in a pre-recorded Nintendo Direct presentation, which is scheduled to air at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET / 5 PM BST on June 11, just before the expo proper begins.

Wonder Woman: Check Out An Exclusive Preview Of Issue #71

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Wonder Woman: Check Out An Exclusive Preview Of Issue #71

G. Willow Wilson and Xermanico are continuing to explore the trials and tribulations of Princess Diana in the pages of DC Entertainment's Wonder Woman with issue #71, the third part of the "Love Is A Battlefield" story arc that began with April's Wonder Woman #69. Below you can take an early exclusive look at the first four pages of the comic book before it's released next week.

"Love Is A Battlefield" continues the story of Atlantiades, the androgynous child of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love. Cast out of Olympus, Atlantiades has made their home in the small town of Summergrove and done what gods and goddess are wont to do--inspired a cult of love-crazed townsfolk. Entranced by Atlantiades, desire personified, the otherwise quiet townspeople have succumbed to fervor in which nothing--not work, not family, not health or safety--can stand in the way of their hedonistic drives for happiness and pleasure. For Atlantiades, Summergrove is a utopia--but for Diana and her companions, the town stands at a dangerous tipping point with lives and livelihoods at stake.

Luckily, Aphrodite herself is more than happy to step in to help put a stop to her child's careless meddling in the affairs of humanity--even if that means stirring up some serious familial drama along the way.

E3 2019: All The PC Games Confirmed So Far

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E3 2019 may still be several weeks away, but there are already quite a few PC games confirmed for the show. We've compiled all the ones we know about below. If you're looking for games coming to Xbox One, PS4, Switch, or VR, we've also outlined every single game confirmed to appear at E3 2019.

As per tradition, E3 will host a PC Gaming Show. The live stream is scheduled to start Monday, June 10 at 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM BST. The show will once again stream on Twitch and is the only press conference at E3 2019 solely devoted to showcasing PC game announcements, trailers, and gameplay reveals. The PC Gaming Show has not confirmed which games will be shown off during the stream, but chances are several of the ones listed below will make an appearance.

Pretty much every game confirmed for E3 2019 is coming to PC. Based on what's been confirmed already, the major names to keep an eye on are Cyberpunk 2077, Doom Eternal, Halo Infinite, and Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Activision is scheduled to reveal the new Call of Duty game as well, and Gearbox will probably showcase the skill trees of FL4K the Beastmaster and Moze the Gunner, the two Borderlands 3 Vault Hunters that have still not been fully detailed.

Pokemon Go Adds Leafeon, Glaceon, And More Gen 4 Pokemon

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Pokemon Go Adds Leafeon, Glaceon, And More Gen 4 Pokemon

A new wave of Gen 4 Pokemon has arrived in Pokemon Go. Gible, Cherubi, Hippopotas, Burmy, and more can now either be found in the wild or hatched from Eggs, and developer Niantic has introduced a handful of new items that enable some more Gen 4 evolutions, including Glaceon and Leafeon.

As revealed in a recent leak, three new kinds of Lure Modules have been added to Pokemon Go: Glacial, Mossy, and Magnetic. These can be purchased from the in-game store, and placing them in a Poke Stop will attract certain kinds of Pokemon to that area; the Glacial Lure, for instance, draws in Ice- and Water-types, while the Mossy Lure attracts Grass, Bug, and Poison Pokemon.

Moreover, activating the Lure Modules will allow certain Pokemon to evolve; the Glacial and Mossy Lures let Eevee evolve into Glaceon or Leafeon, respectively, while the Magnetic Lure lets Magneton and Nosepass evolve into Magnezone and Probopass. Niantic says the new Lure Modules will also be given out as rewards for completing Special Research tasks "later this season." You can read more details about the Pokemon and Lures on the Pokemon Go website.

John Wick 3 Ending Explained: What The Heck Just Happened?

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At the end of John Wick 2, with what looked like the entire city of New York about to take up arms against Keanu Reeves' titular hero, it seemed like the next chapter in the assassin's saga would have to wrap things up one way or another. We were pretty surprised, then, when John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum concluded not with John's death or his triumph over the High Table, but basically where it began: with John Wick on the run, out of friends, the whole world against him. But was Winston's betrayal of John real, or is there more to it than that?

At the end of John Wick 2, Winston (Ian McShane) gave John an hour's head start. He was still on the assassin's side, despite the reality of John's affront against the High Table's laws when he spilled blood on Continental grounds. By John Wick 3's conclusion, Winston has fully turned on John, shooting him repeatedly and sending him careening over the edge of the Continental's roof. But are things really that black and white?