In our two-hour E3 2015 special podcast, we ran through all the announcements from the major E3 press conferences.
Wildlands is an open-world squad-based third-person shooter set in and around Bolivia, and it’s being developed by Ubisoft Paris.
The new trailer reveals a bunch of features including various tools, vehicles and weapons that players can use to cause mayhem across the game’s massive open world.
The development team at From Software has indicated that Dark Souls 3 would be the last game in the series.
The PS4 Media Player is available now and brings DLNA and USB drive support with MKV, AVI, MP4 and MPEG-2 video formats supported.
Terrohunt pits players, solo or in a squad of five players, against AI opposition, and the game will include four Terrohunt modes.
Hitman will get an initial digital release in December, with story content constantly being added, and the game concluding in 2016.
The PS4-exclusive open-world action RPG is set in a distant future where human civilisation has been wiped out and machines roam the world.
Dreams allows players to create their own dreams, however bizarre, in the game using its creation tools. These dreams can then be shared with players around the world.
The on-stage demo showcased a stunning fictional city in Madagascar, intense gun battles, and a lengthy vehicular chase that confirms the game will have driving segments.
The game had been in development limbo for a while, but is now coming to PS4 and is still under the creative leadership of Fumito Ueda.
Shenmue 3’s Kickstarter project met its huge $2 million funding target through over 24,000 backers, and the campaign still has a month to go.
The Division will get a beta on PC, PS4 and Xbox One in early 2016 with the full game set for simultaneous release across all platforms on 8th March 2016.
While Obsidian developed The Stick of Truth, the new game is being developed by Ubisoft San Francisco.
The Frostbite Engine-powered game from DICE got an extensive demo, showcasing a ton of on-foot, vehicular and aerial combat, and a fittingly epic ending.
A new trailer was revealed at the EA E3 showcase, setting up the game’s premise and story, and also showing a glimpse of gameplay.
No details were given about Mass Effect: Andromeda other than the in-engine trailer, which ended with a holiday 2016 release window.
Set in the open world of Ventura Bay, Need for Speed lets you race or simply explore the city that is twice as big as that in NFS Rivals.
Rare reveals a new adventure IP, Keiji Inafune has an new Xbox-exclusive franchise, and The Rise of the Tomb Raider and Forza 6 get gameplay reveals.
The Halo 5 campaign has been designed to be played in four-player co-op, and the stage demo featured Spartan Locke with three co-op partners.
Starting later this year, you’ll be able to play all your Xbox 360 games on Xbox One, whether you own them digitally or on disc.
Rod Fergusson of The Coalition took to the E3 stage for an extensive stage demo featuring two new characters for the Gears series – a male lead named JD, and an unnamed female partner.
The free-to-play game has been in beta for Australia and New Zealand for a while and is now entering global beta, with a full release later this year.
Bethesda’s press conference was a success largely because it had some great games to show, but also because it was an example of great time management.