Following its teaser during EA Play yesterday, EA’s Patrick Söderlund returned to the stage for the Xbox E3 presser to properly unveil BioWare’s Anthem in 4K for Xbox One X. “In the world of Anthem, you and your friends at

Xbox at E3 finally slowed down a notch from the barrage of games with soothing live piano to announce Ori and the Will of the Wisps. The second game in the series from Moon Studios, it follows 2015’s Ori and

Life is Strange: Before the Storm has been announced as a prequel to Dontnod’s 2015 episodic teenage tale. It goes back in time before the storm hit Arcadia Bay and before Max and Chloe reconnected, this time taking the viewpoint of

Microsoft and Sumo Digital brought Crackdown 3 back to E3 after it was missing in action last year, and things went boom. It opened with Terry Crews starring as Commander Jaxon in a live action trailer, daring us to throw

Bandai Namco revealed the previously announced Code Vein is enhanced for Xbox One X during a short gameplay trailer at E3. “In the not too distant future, a mysterious disaster has brought collapse to the world, as we know it.

A new 2D Dragon Ball game was announced on stage during the Xbox E3 presser, called Dragon Ball FighterZ. Promising 3v3 side-on battles in 4K, on Xbox One X, in anime-style cel-shading. Dragon Ball FighterZ  is expected in 2018 on

Microsoft revealed State of Decay 2 during its E3 press conference, enhanced for Xbox One X in 4K with HDR support, as a Play Anywhere title for Xbox One and Windows 10. The montage of gameplay footage led with serious

Ubisoft announced Assassin’s Creed: Origins during the Xbox E3 press conference running in true 4K on Xbox One X. It’s set in Egypt during the early era of the Assassins following protagonist Bayek, a protector of his community described as

Microsoft unveiled Forza Motorsport 7 as the first game running on Xbox One X in true 4K at 60 frames-per-second during its E3 press conference. But it wasn’t just a virtual reveal. For the first time in history, a flagship

AFL Evolution is a terrible game that’s endearingly entertaining to a footy fanatic. It’s a regurgitated disappointment – it’s basically a repackaged version of AFL Live 2 from last-generation – littered with glitches and unpolished oddities that suggest the development

Nintendo should hire developer Shin’en Multimedia to make a proper F-Zero game. It’s basically what the studio has crafted with Fast RMX for Switch, only without the licensing or budget. Technically a sequel to Fast Racing Neo on Wii U,

It’s like Bomberman, but each player only needs half a controller and it’s having a laugh with the price tag; that’s Super Bomberman R for Nintendo Switch. Likely to be the most popular optional launch title – because everyone with a

Breath of the Wild is the complete revolution of The Legend of Zelda series I never knew I always wanted. Nintendo has broken away from the shackles of its prestigious history and crafted the modern action-RPG we never thought Zelda

Sleek, powerful, innovative, yet familiar – what you see is what you get with Nintendo Switch. After a week with Nintendo’s new console, I’m on-board with the idea of a single device replacing both my Wii U and, although it’s

Nintendo says Switch’s battery lasts between 2.5 hours and 6 hours in handheld mode, compared to 3.5 and 7 hours for 3DS XL, depending on the application running, with Zelda pegged at 3 hours. Stevivor has put that to the

UPDATE: Nintendo Australia has confirmed Snipperclips is a Switch launch title from the eShop for $30. No word on if we’ll be getting the Joy-Con bundle announced for Europe. Snipperclips – Cut it out, together! comes to Nintendo #eShop for