Phantom Dust is back on for Xbox, arrives in 2017

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Remake will bring 2005 cult hit into modern times, says Microsoft

A remake of Phantom Dust is coming to Xbox One and Windows 10 in 2017, Shannon Loftis of Microsoft told Geoff Keighley on YouTube's Live at E3 show tonight.

Phantom Dust was an action/strategy card game for Xbox when it launched in North America in 2005, and it will be updated for modern times, Loftis said.

Beyond Good & Evil 2 is still coming, Ubisoft CEO confirms

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Beyond Good & Evil 2 is still coming, Ubisoft CEO confirms

The game was a no-show at E3, but it's in active development

YouTube Live @ E3 host Geoff Keighley asked Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot about Beyond Good & Evil 2 and yes, friends, the game is still happening.

"It's still on the way," Guillemot said. "It's something at one point you will see, yes."

Steep will take you into the Alps this winter

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Steep will take you into the Alps this winter

You won't find any bunny hills here

Ubisoft announced Steep, a new open-world game that's out this December, during its E3 press conference this afternoon. The game's first trailer, above, reveals the title's heavy on the snow — and the snowboarding.

Steep is set in the wintry landscapes of the Alps and Alaska, and will allow players to snowboard, skydive and ski across the hills. The sports game offers multiplayer and the ability to record and share various action stunts.

The newest Trials — Trials of the Blood Dragon — is out today

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The newest Trials — Trials of the Blood Dragon — is out today

It's a mashup of the motocross franchise with Blood Dragon's bizarre, retro style

The most zubaz ever to appear on a stage at E3 introduced the next game in the Trials franchise, Trials of the Blood Dragon, a zany mix of Ubisoft's motorbike racing game with the 1980s throwback themes of 2013's Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.

Dean Evans, the director of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, and Antti Ilvessuo, cofounder of RedLynx (the maker of Trials), introduced an over-the-top trailer based on an absurd toy commercial from afternoon UHF television of 30 years ago.

Penny Arcade's Khoo resigns as president

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Penny Arcade's Khoo resigns as president

Penny Arcade today announced that Robert Khoo, president of the business, charity, comic strip and expo, is leaving the company July 15.

Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik, founders of Penny Arcade, will "take the reins of the company's creative direction, focusing on the creation and licensing of Penny Arcade's stable of intellectual property."

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Grow Home sequel Grow Up launches this summer

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Grow Home sequel Grow Up launches this summer

It's time for B.U.D. to Grow Up

Grow Up is the sequel to last year's Grow Home, Ubisoft Reflections' robot-starring platformer. Ubisoft announced the title during its E3 2016 press conference this afternoon, alongside a trailer and a release date. The game heads to PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One this August.

The quick trailer above marks the return of B.U.D., the tiny climbing robot who starred in Grow Home, and this time, he's heading to the moon. B.U.D. is searching for M.O.M., the spaceship that took care of him in the last game.

For Honor launching February 2017, check out campaign footage

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For Honor launching February 2017, check out campaign footage

Play as a samurai, Viking or knight

For Honor, the medieval brawler from Ubisoft Montreal, will be released Feb. 14, 2017, publisher Ubisoft announced today during its E3 2016 press briefing.

Jason VandenBerghe, For Honor's creative director, came out on stage to debut footage of the game's story campaign. People will have the opportunity to play as Vikings, samurai or knights as they attempt to defeat the warlord Apollyon.

The Division unveils new DLC trailer, scant details available on Survival

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The Division unveils new DLC trailer, scant details available on Survival

The blizzard will be long, but not much is known about the new horde mode

Today during their E3 press conference Ubisoft revealed details on the planned content releases for Tom Clancy's The Division, as well as more information on the game's success.

Julian Gerighty, creative director for Ubisoft, said that more than 10 million players have spent more than three hours a day roaming the streets of New York since launch.