By Jessica Conditt | Engadget | 1 week 3 days ago | Tech
Microsoft lost its goddamn mind in 2013. It revealed the Xbox One on May 21st in a livestreamed press conference dedicated to its goals for gaming's long-awaited eighth generation. A lineup of executives in blazers hit the stage, punctuated by Micros...
By Gabe Gurwin | Digital Trends | 1 week 1 day ago | Tech
Many games were leaked before E3 2018 had even begun, but that didn't stop us from being surprised by some huge announcements. From game reveals to new acquisitions, there were the biggest surprises of E3 2018. The post From Elder Scrolls to Resident Evil, these were the biggest surprises at E3 2018 appeared first on Digital Trends .
By Julie Muncy | WIRED | 1 week 1 day ago | Tech
It's Tuesday, which means the E3 show floor is now open—and the press conferences, where most of the announcements and news live, just ended. Here's what you missed.
By Thomas Wilde | GeekWire | 1 week 1 day ago | Tech
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate debuts on the Nintendo Switch on Dec. 7. (Photo via Nintendo) LOS ANGELES — At this year’s E3, Nintendo is coming in healthy. The Switch is selling like gangbusters; Nintendo still more or less own the portable console market with the 3DS; amiibos are a license to print money; and, as ever, the company still has a firm headlock on the American nostalgia market. All it really...
By Joe Osborne | TechRadar | 1 week 1 day ago | Tech
Nintendo may have spent an inordinate amount of time detailing the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for the Switch console during its E3 2018 presentation, but if you read between the lines, today Nintendo Switch became the ultimate multiplayer console at long last. Nearly every game that Nintendo showed off during its keynote either featured or focused on multiplayer, some of which even included...
By John P. Mello Jr. | TechNewsWorld | 1 week 1 day ago | Tech
Microsoft made a big splash at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles with its announcement of more than 50 games for its Xbox One gaming console. Among the games unveiled by the company were 18 designed to run exclusively on Xbox, including Forza Horizon 4 , Halo Infinite , Gears 5 , Session , Below and Ashen . Microsoft also offered the more than 6,000 people on hand at its E3...
By Scott Stein | CNET | 1 week 1 day ago | Tech
Fortnite's arriving today, there's a new Mario Party game, and a lot more is coming this year.
By Dave Thier, Contributor | Forbes | 1 week 1 day ago | Tech
You can find out what time the Nintendo E3 Direct/Press Conference is right here, and then watch the livestream.
By Tom Warren | The Verge | 1 week 2 days ago | Tech
Microsoft’s gaming chief, Phil Spencer, didn’t spend a lot of time talking at the company’s E3 press conference last night, preferring to let the games speak for themselves. Microsoft showed off 52 games onstage, including Halo Infinite , Gears 5 , Forza Horizon 4 , and titles from third parties like Fallout 76 and Cyberpunk 2077 . While Spencer let the pace of the games dazzle the 6,000 people...