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E3 2019: Bethesda Presents Sitcom Theme Song for Violent Shooter RAGE...

The shooter gets a Growing Pains-like sitcom theme song.

Video Game Lobbyist Group Behind E3 in Turmoil

The ESA was hit with a Fatality

NSS: PlayStation Skipping E3 2019 Doesn’t Mean Changes in the PS5...

Earlier this week an announcement of who will be E3 partners from its governing Entertainment Software Association body notably left out Sony PlayStation, later...

Dell and Alienware looking to draw more console gamers to PC

Dell isn’t content on just supplying gear to strict PC gamers. They also hope to also lure that of seasoned console gamers to the world of PC. “The overlap between console ownership and PC ownership is increasing, and I think, and we think, as a company this is the perfect feature set and price point for someone who’s looking to buy their first gaming PC,” said the rep referring to Dell’s line of PC gaming machines called the Dell G3, G5, and G7 come in.

Volante Design; The Clothing Company Making Streetwear for Gamers and Nerds

Their unique look isn’t the only reason why Volante pieces sell. They are made to be durable and able to withstand the daily rigors of wear and tear. As Willow herself put it, Volante Design’s goal is to “make practical, wearable clothing that makes you feel badass.

NSS: My Missed Meeting With ANOTHER SIGHT Points Out The Importance...

One of the most intriguing emails I received in the lead into E3 was from a PR company representing a developer working on a...

E3 2018: Saber Interactive’s “World War Z”; Potential Best Co-Op Zombie-Fighter?

As a four-player co-op similar to the likes of the Left 4 Dead franchise, each player will take the helm of one of four characters: a hacker, a firefighter, an ex-gang member, and a utility worker. Unfortunately, these characters will not have any special skills revolving around their individual experiences.

E3 2018: Hands on with Nintendo’s “Let’s Go Pikachu” and “Eevee”

Encountering pokemon in the wild has gotten a major change from all the titles in the past. Now, wild pokemon will be visibly milling about as you travel through tall grass, forested areas, and caves. This gives players the option of avoiding battles entirely. This also helps out when looking for a particular pokemon, saving all the time and energy usually wasted on random chance encounters.

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 6/14/18: Eleanor Davis is serializing “the best comic...

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E3 2018: Demo Review of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

One area that didn’t get too much attention during the Nintendo Direct were the subject of stages. So far, we know every stage will come with a battlefield and omega form, and from footage shown we know that some old favorites like “Princess Peach’s Castle” and “Tortimer Island” will be making a return. After playing the game, I found that there are more past stages making a return, such as my personal Nintendo 64 favorite, Saffron City.

E3 2018: Overall Takeaway and Highlights from the Nintendo Direct

After a year of proven success under the Nintendo Switch’s belt, the current-gen console has already set itself far apart from its predecessor. For me, I felt that Nintendo’s presentation was solid, focusing as much as possible on the games, which at the end of the day is really all that gamer’s want. Without a doubt, Nintendo has been having one of the best years it has had for a while. With such momentum built up behind them, I think Nintendo has hit this year’s E3-timed Direct out of the park.

E3 2018: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Gets Release Date and Full...

One of the most impressive aspects of this game is the character roster. Every character from Super Smash history is seeing a return, including fan favorites Snake, Falco, and Ice Climbers. Characters like Dark Pit who were a reskin of other playable characters have been now reclassified as “Echo Fighters,” designated with a small symbol next to their names that resembles the letter “E.” One new Echo Fighter will be Princess Daisy, a counterpart to Princess Peach. The returning Pokemon Trainer will now be available in both male and female forms.