Rust is an online only, always active survival game where your player character is random and fixed and the world is full of other players who want to ruin your day. Yet it’s a game that I’ve sunk hundreds of hours into, and it is fascinating to play.
Time for the annual event that is E3. And thus here come the E3 EA Predictions 2017! EA has been very clear about what we’ll be getting in our first E3 conference of the year. We’re getting 6 Games confirmed, as well as potentially 2 unannounced games.
I hear you’re a Nazi now Captain? Well. Sort of. Captain America being a Nazi is both technically incorrect, and irrelevant to the wider concerns of the audience.
The Avengers are relics of the past. The defenders? Who even cares. The New Warriors though. That’s a super-powered team with some big name recognition. Time to meet the New Warriors Cast.
Time to get ready for Wrestlemania with Sidewalk Slam!
Nintendo First Party Titles were the main draws at the Hands-On event, With Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2 and ARMS being three games that seem to highlight everything the Nintendo Switch has to offer.
2016 was… not ideal. But there was plenty of good stuff to enjoy and maybe distract. Might as well celebrate them. So, top ten games, plus a few honourable mentions. Here we go:
Well, Pokemon Sun and Moon for Nintendo 3DS seem to be growing even more interesting as time goes on. The latest trailer has a whole host of potentially innovative and fascinating announcements, with many suggesting that this game will be the most heavily story focussed Pokemon Game in a while. Plus, the return of a fan favourite feature!
As of today, Nintendo has announced a Mini NES micro console, releasing on November 11th and coming bundled with 30 games and a controller. America has a price of around $60, so barring the pound falling any further, I’d have wagered a £40-50 price tag.
So Ubisoft then. Well, No Assassin’s Creed this year. Doesn’t mean no teaser, but don’t expect any gameplay. The same can be assumed for Far cry as well. South Park, The Fractured But Whole, For Honour and Ghost Recon: WIldlands are all but guaranteed to be getting release dates and big features, I would also expect another look at the Division expansion. Maybe we will see Watch Dogs 2. But I want to hope they’re keeping that all to its little announcement ceremony before E3 proper. Because otherwise it’s just likely to give people snark to work with. And there’s always the persistent hope that Beyond Good and Evil 2 and Prince of Persia will appear.