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Don't Starve, Hot Lava, Oxygen Not Included, and... Last year during the PC Gaming Show E3 broadcast, Klei Entertainment revealed Oxygen Not Included, the studio's highly-scientific take on the colony sim genre. With Oxygen Not Included hitting Early Access last month, it's already time to show off something new. This year the talented Canadian developer will reveal another completely new project live on the PC Gaming Show stage at E3. Read More
The upcoming "Igavania" will be shown at E3. Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night was a huge Kickstarter success in 2015, drawing in more than $5.5 million in support for the "Igavania"-style platformer. It didn't make an especially good impression when we looked at it last year though, and a few months later it was delayed to the first half of 2018. But it's got some new moves to show off at E3, and ahead of that publisher 505 Games has released a new trailer showcasing some of the progress that's been made. Read More
Gameplay will be revealed during the EA Play event on Saturday. E3 is just a week away, and the pre-E3 EA Play event, which runs June 10-12, is even closer. That's where Electronic Arts will unveil, among other things, the debut gameplay trailer for FIFA 18, the latest iteration of its long-running soccer (that's right, soccer) simulator. Ahead of that—as in, right now—we can kick back and enjoy the less game-like, but much more cinematic and Ronaldo-fueled, reveal trailer.
It collects Mega Man 7 through to 10. Following the release of the Mega Man Legacy Collection last year, which collected the series' instalments from 1 to 6, Capcom has announced a second serving. As you might expect, Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 collects the games from 7 until 10, and it'll do so pretty soon: August 8, to be exact. Read More
The game looks like it has much more of that major league feel than its predecessor. Super Mega Baseball 2 takes a more realistic approach to its visuals, while still keeping that charming, cartoony look. In a recent video released by Metalhead Software, the developer talks about the new art style, player animations, and of course, ballparks. Read More