We had a chance to meet with several developers from Daedalic Entertainment to see what they have coming up on the horizon. We had a chance to check out three titles, one of which is already in early access.
With more than 39 million downloads of since its release 3 years ago, Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is not a title to loose track of or forget about. We’ve covered various news about this title since it launched, and at E3 this year we got a chance to ask a few questions to producers Kei
VR has come a long way over the past years – and at E3 we are always on the lookout for a few of these to demo. And the VR spy genre just seems to work. This year we were able to get our VR spy hands dirty with nDream’s Phantom: Covert Ops. According to
After five previous entries in the LEGO Star Wars video game series over the past fourteen years, one might wonder why a new entry is needed or what the developers hope to accomplish. Well, after a live demo, we are certainly excited about what’s to come. The demo began by showing the world selection screen
While out at E3 this month, I had a chance to sit on the floor of an over-filled theater space to see about an hour or so of CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 in action.
If there's one thing that attending multiple E3 and PAX West expos has taught me, it's that the Polish indie games scene is thriving. Over the past few years, both expos have had a booth dedicated to titles coming from a country that isn't exactly the first place that comes to mind when one thinks about gaming (aside from CD Projekt Red, probably).
Some studios are breaking the Battle Royale idea down to its most basic level...Developers Mediatonic are going their own way with the genre, applying these mechanics to something much different: a wacky game show.
At E3 this year, Bandai Namco finally gave a name to it’s Dragon Ball Game Project Z Action RPG: Dragonball Z: Kakarot. I had a chance to sit down with the game this week and I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. The game is being touted as a Dragonball Z RPG and though while
This past week at E3 2019 we had a chance to sit down with Final Fantasy XIV Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida to ask him a whole bunch of questions about the game and the upcoming Shadowbringers expansion! Read on for our interview.
In the chaotic and noisy environment of a gaming expo, it's not too often that you see a demo for a darker, narrative-heavy game. Titles that want to immerse the player are going to struggle to present themselves against a backdrop of flashy lights and loud music...although that's not to say that it is an impossible feat.
Borderlands 3 is an upcoming release that has my attention, despite some of the drama coming out of developer Gearbox. We were offered the chance to go hands-on with the latest demo build at this year's E3, alongside a run-down of some new information for the game.
This week at E3 2019, Rebellion announced Evil Genius 2– a direct sequel to the 2004 lair builder that puts you in control of running your own evil organization. We had a chance to see an early build of the game in action. In Evil Genius 2, you have the choice of selecting one of
Today we were lucky enough to get to check out Square Enix’s Marvel’s Avengers. While we didn’t get hands-on with the title, we were able to witness about 20 minutes or so of gameplay for the upcoming superhero title from Crystal Dynamics.
"A Pop Album Video Game." That was the first description I had heard of Sayonara Wild Hearts back when the game's initial trailer debuted during the 2018 Game Awards. Of course, that's because that's the first line the trailer opens up with, and after going hands-on with the game, I can see where developers Simogo are coming from with that description.
Tonight during the Square Enix LIVE E3 event, Square Enix revealed Crystal Dynamics’ Marvel’s Avengers. We got our first look at the story, and the characters that will start it off. The game will feature single player, or up to 4 player online co-op Marvel’s Avengers will continue on after release, with a narrative that
Tonight at Square Enix LIVE E3 2019, Final Fantasy XIV Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida took to the stage to reveal the launch trailer for the upcoming expansion. We’ll have even more coverage coming later this week for Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers at E3 2019!
Yesterday, Microsoft held their Xbox E3 Briefing which introduced us to new announcements like the western release of Phantasy Star Online 2 and an absolutely breathtaking appearance by Keaunu Reeves for Cyberpunk 2077. Today, we were able get hands-on with some of the titles shown during the presentation.
Tonight during the Final Fantasy VII A Symphonic Reunion concert at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, Yoshinori Kitase and Tetsuya Nomura appeared on the stage after the finale to show attendees a short clip from Final Fantasy VII Remake which showcased scenes from the opening bombing mission. At the end of the trailer, a
The FINAL FANTASY XIV Online team returns once more to Los Angeles, California for the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2019! Attendees will have a chance to go hands-on with Shadowbringers, including the two new jobs, as they battle against Titania, ruler of the pixies! Square Enix will also be hosting a special broadcast before E3 kicks