E3 2016 made me feel…
E3 is a great event that I look to forward to watching every year. I love being introduced to new genres of games, equipment, and announcements the Big League companies will be producing throughout the year and beyond. This year, there were some ups, downs, and unexpectedness happening throughout the conferences, but there were some games that they presented that had me wanting to throw my money at them and obtaining them ASAP. Here’s my list of the things I liked the most.
Steep, new IP from Ubisoft, is a massive open world game where you can interact with others in the community. It’s a game all about living life to the fullest, experiencing what it’s like to perform in extreme sports such as snowboarding, skiing, and paragliding. You can even challenge friends to a race using wing suits to fly around the beautiful landscape. The player can switch from 3rd person view to a “Go Pro” view simulating a Go Pro camera that is placed on the players head.
EA ended its E3 press conference Sunday with showing heavily anticipated Battlefield 1. Dice took the stage and talked about their huge ambitions for Battlefield 1, which they described as an “epic and dynamic experience” for players.
EA took the stage at E3 starting with a bang. Titanfall 2 introduced the show giving us an exclusive look into its multiplayer and single player. Respawn also had a welcome for the PS4 players who will now join Titanfall for the first time.
With E3 just right around the corner, there’s so much being said and so much to speculate as to what to look forward to in these next upcoming days. Of course returning to the conferences will be EA, Sony, Microsoft, PC Gaming show, Ubisoft, Bethesda, and last but not least is Nintendo’s Treehouse. Here are some games expected at E3!
Finally! The Uncharted 4 extended E3 VIP demo is now live for the public. This was one major E3 goodie I have been wanting to talk about with anyone and everyone but the demo was restricted to only us, the E3 media. Well, not anymore! Now everyone can get an extended glimpse at the beauty that is Uncharted 4.
This year, Erica represented SheAttack at E3! It was our first attendance to the big show and we look forward to attending more in the future. Now that E3 2015 is all said and done, Erica is now starting the tradition of our very own E3 Awards here at SheAttack! She names off games that win the categories of Best Presentation, Best Reveal, Best Surprise, Best Indie, and Most Fun!
From high potential indies to triple A titles, E3 was nothing short of remarkable this year. There were many game reveals that had many gamers thinking this was the best E3 in years so it wasn’t easy picking these winners by no means! Which games stood out above the rest and impressed at this year’s E3? Watch and see who wins!
This year was the first time in E3 history that Bethesda had their own press conference, leading to nothing but major hype for Bethesda fans to look forward to in the upcoming season. Bethesda spilled out everything they’ve been working on for years and made our dreams come to life: a massive revealing of almost all of their popular franchises, starting with the return of Doom, which was just absolutely glorious in all it’s gory goodness. They also revealed Dishonored 2, with a few new elements and a surprising twist in the series, as well as a couple new updates on Battlecry, including some new information on an upcoming beta. There’s also an expansion coming to ESO that reveals two new cities to explore. Last but not least, Fallout 4 was announced with a lot of big news for the fans of the series. Bethesda also mentioned a new community hub for all things Bethesda that will be “Bethesda.net.” Bethesda really seemed to be prepared for E3 this year, and I have to admit, for their first time ever they were quite flawless and had no disappointments.
Girls, Girls, Girls!
So another E3 has come and gone, and all we have to remember it by is the promise of a crap ton of awesome new games coming to us in the future. There was a great turnout by all, and there’s a lot to look forward to: games getting remastered, new systems, new sequels, new titles, and old favorites now backwards compatible on your old systems. It’s all so beautiful!
It’s mid-June, which means that yet another E3 has come and gone. Gamers across the globe tuned into online live stream conferences to get their fix on the biggest gaming news and announcements of the year. From long awaited new entries into cult favorite series such as Kingdom Hearts and Mirror’s Edge, to info on new IPs like The Last Guardian and Horizon Zero Dawn, this year’s E3 was packed with all kinds of games for almost any fan. Here’s a look at 10 games to watch from E3 2015: