It's apparently called Final Fantasy Explorers, and it's supposed to be a multiplayer action-RPG. No word on a price or release date yet.
Given the content of their press conference, it's hardly surprising. Details are lacking, but we'll keep you all updated.
It's comic time everybody, this time focussing on the fact that you can't play as a woman in Assassin's Creed: Unity.
We've heard about what Project Morpheus can do, but now we finally have some solid info on one of the upcoming games.
Nobody wants to play Minecraft for PS3. Poor Minecraft. Eh, you can't really blame people for not caring much.
... but it's not another Souls sequel. Bloodborne is chillingly, majestically disturbing, and I absolutely can't wait to get to know it.
Crytek's thing is putting an open world spin on shooters, something this new Homefront 2 gameplay shows off perfectly. Open areas, multiple routes and options and plenty of gunfire. That's the essentials checked then.
Black-and-white, Hitchcock-esque, and very cool. Where did this thing come from???
If I could just find a comfortable, no-compromise solution for mouse and keyboard placement I would rejoice. Perhaps Roccat's Sova will do the trick.
The new games of E3 might be all you’re excited about right now, but how would you like to hear about some games that you can actually buy today? Games that cost less than you might expect them to cost?
StarCraft II's Galaxy Editor is really powerful. Things go wild when someone starts to remake Diablo II using it—in HD, no less.
Doesn't it look pretty? Here's executive producer Mark Darrah and creative director Mike Laidlaw's E3 Twitch presentation where they explain the world, classes, romance, combat and other stuff.
Hey, remember that other Kickstarted space sim? Elite: Dangerous? The game's been through four alpha phases, and is now in beta, looking as good as ever. You can check out its progress for yourself in the new E3 trailer.
Or at least, some fatalities in Mortal Kombat wouldn't be brutal, because physics. Sub Zero has to face the harsh reality in the latest clip from Pete Holmes.