Toronto, Canada – June 15, 2018 – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, The LEGO Group, Disney and Pixar, announced the launch of LEGO® Disney•Pixar's The Incredibles, a new video game where players will experience the thrilling adventures of their favorite Incredibles characters in awe-inspiring action sequences from both Disney•Pixar films, The Incredibles and Incredibles 2, out today in theatres nationwide. Players will discover the Parr family’s range of extraordinary ...
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15th June, 2018
E3 2018 is over. That's it folks. It went by so fast! And I have a lot of mixed feeling about this E3. I'll get into that, plus who I thought won E3 and what my favorite games were. Lets get to it. Final E3 column of the year!
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14th June, 2018
Warner Bros did not disappoint at E3 2018! I didn’t realize it until my booth tour was over with WB, but villainy was definitely the theme. I only played two titles, but I was a Hitman in one and a DC villain aiding the Joker in a prison escape in the others. I am now realizing how infrequently play villains, and I have say, I loved it. Another delightful surprise, both of these games will release before the end of the year, so players will get a chance to try on the feeling of being ...
Cyberpunk 20177 is here folks, and the hype begins! While you might best no the team from CD PROJEKT RED because of their work on the Witcher series - including the Witcher 3 which might be one of the best games of this generation! - the team has closed the door for the time being on a large open world Witcher title, and have instead set their sights on a new adventure. While still an action RPG open world experience, Cyberpunk 2077 will be much different in terms of environment, ...
Farming Simulator 19 is being shown off at this years E3, and the good people at Giants Software have just released another trailer detailing the biggest new addition to the franchise: John Deere. John Deere might be the biggest name in farming tractors, and until today, have rarely had their licence in any popular farming simulation games. Now that is all changing, and Giants has landed the big whale when it comes to it's competition with other farming simulation companies. Here's hoping ...
When Justin Farren walked out on stage to show off some of the gameplay you can expect in Skull and Bone, people were understandably blown away. Although cautious optimism swept the theatre and those watching online, the feeling that this could be something special is still quite high!
While most companies are ditching the toys to life genre of games, Ubisoft Toronto is planning on embracing it with their newest title, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, which will be available this October on Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. The team at Ubisoft went all out during the event today, even bringing up a Nintendo legend to detail some unique features coming to the Switch version of the game: the ability to play the entire game as Fox!
Today, despite all the leaks, Ubisoft revealed Assassin’s Creed Odyssey to an enthusiastic crowd at E3 2018 Ubisoft Press Conference. The poorly kept secret is out: Assassin’s Creed is heading for Ancient Greece, and things are looking fantastic ahead of the October 5th launch!
Sony's turn tonight, so lets dive into what was shown! We heard that they would be focusing on four games and be doing things a bit differently this year. And, well, it was different for sure. Here are my thoughts on Playstation's E3 2018 conference.
While we knew it was coming, most people thought Ubisoft would end their show by showing off Beyond Good and Evil 2. Instead, we got an early look at this prequel to the outstanding original title, Beyond Good and Evil. While most details are still hidden in mystery, one major detail was announced today that looks fantastic: using community art, music, and stories within the game itself, thanks to Hit Record, a company owned by Joseph Gordon Levitt.