They came, they saw, they conquered. E3 2018 could be the boldest and most ambitious E3 ever to date since E3 2011 and E3 2012. This year has one of the most numbers of sequels from high-profile IPs such as Halo: Infinite, Gears 5, Resident Evil 2, The Last of Us Part II, Rage 2, Dead or Alive 6, Soul Calibur 6, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
There are also upcoming potentially awesome games being looked forward by the community such as the anime-crossover fighting game Jump Force, CD Projekt Red’s newest open-world FPS Cyberpunk 2077, Sony’s newest exclusives Ghost of Tsushima and Spiderman, From Software (creator of Dark Souls and Bloodborne) with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and the immortal Hideo Kojima’s next masterpiece, Death Stranding.
There wasn’t anything new with the hardware on any platform—just games games games and we totally do not mind at all.
With so much new games about to be released later this year and the next, we’ll be counting down the personal best games that were presented in this year’s biggest event for gaming. We will judge them according to presentation, hype build-up and overall look of the game. Continue reading “FeedRoom’s Top 10 Best of E3 2018”
In an unexpected announcement, Bluehole has unveiled a brand-new update for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds during the Microsoft press conference on June 11, 2018. If you haven’t seen the trailer, take a look here:
E3 2018 has been full of exciting sequels and wonderful remakes from already-beloved series: Halo, Gears of War, Soul Calibur, Spyro, Fallout, The Elder Scrolls, Resident Evil, and The Last of Us are to name a few.
So what did Nintendo do to lure back the audience after Microsoft and Sony? 3 words: Super. Smash. Bros.
The ongoing fighting game since the late 90s is finally back and it’s finally going to be released this December of 2018 so you should definitely stick around by then or finally buy a Switch if you haven’t.
Perhaps the biggest viewership to date, Fortnite lit up on Twitch with more than 1 million viewers tuning in to the first ever Fortnite Pro-Am competition with $3M at stake to give to charity. The players are separated into duos, making this an exciting matchup of unlikely partners battling each other for a chance to donate to their desired charity and for bragging rights.
Just like that, with a handful of high profile games, Sony clearly has won E3…so far. Although I have to admit it seems like Sony had a tough competition versus Microsoft since the latter has brought justice for their poor presentation last year. But on the second day of E3, PlayStation fans along with Ubisoft loyalists are excited about the upcoming games.
Everyone is delighted by the surprises by what the PS4 will have to offer for its consumers for the next 2 years. Even if you aren’t a PlayStation owner, you’d still be hyped after seeing so many wonderful games that will come out within the remainder of 2018 and the rest of 2019; Another bizarre cinematic by Hideo Kojima, a return of a classic survival horror game, a PS exclusive for the Marvel fans, a brand-new samurai game that fans call it the “Assassin’s Creed Japan we never got,”, a round of Ubisoft games and the much-awaited sequel to Naughty Dog’s highest-rated game of all time. Let’s get to it: Continue reading “E3 Day 2 – Sony Wows the Audience with Amazing New Games”
E3, or Electronic Entertainment Expo, is gaming’s largest event and biggest convention with developers and publishers from left to right showcasing brand new games, juicy updates for ongoing games and potentially new hardware for the gaming junkies. This year, the community has branded E3 2018 to be “the most ambitious E3 yet” and judging by Day One, it’s already looking much better than last year’s lackluster presentations. So far, EA has done a press conference and a moment to shine for Microsoft Xbox and Bethesda on the very first day of the event.