Going into its E3 conference this year Microsoft boldly predicted that what it would show would be the greatest line-up in Xbox history. As to whether or not that ended up being true might be up for debate, but they definitely came out swinging. Halo 5, Gear of War 4, Rise of the Tom Raider, Fable Legends, Forza 6, and more led its exclusive charge. Click through to see them all in action.
Fans of classic Rare games, namely anyone who grew playing games from the iconic studio, would no doubt have at one point or another felt the need to fire up one of its classic titles to replay over the years. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Rare, Microsoft will be releasing Rare Replay for the Xbox One on August 4.
Microsoft held its annual E3 conference in the wee early hours of the morning and kicked things off with an extended look at Halo 5: Guardians, due October 27 this year. And, the footage shown definitely looks very Halo. But Halo with a new drop-in and drop-out co-operative campaign campaign across two separate teams of guardians (with one led by Master Chief) and a new multiplayer mode taking place in a large open space, called Warzone.
Bethesda held its first E3 conference earlier today, and with names like DOOM and Fallout, you can be sure they knocked it out of the park. But in addition to a detailed look at the Big Two, Bethesda also announced a sequel to Dishonored and the existence of an Elder Scrolls Card Game Thing. Click through to watch the entire conference. Plus, all the trailers released so far!
If you missed it, Bethesda Game Studios head Todd Howard announced at the recent Bethesda pre-E3 press conference that a new smartphone and tablet game, Fallout Shelter, is now available to download for free from the App Store for both iPhone and iPad, and should be coming to Android soon, hopefully.
During its E3 2015 conference, which took place mere minutes ago, Bethesda announced the existence of Dishonored 2. As a sequel to the 2012 sleeper hit that saw players take on a rich steampunk-inspired world in the midst of strife, news of the timely sequel is definitely welcome. And even though we only get to see glimpses of the world via a cinematic trailer, Dishonored 2 is definitely something to look forward too.