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Ubisoft E3 2017 Showcase

E3 2017 has been a series of highs and lows, and now Ubisoft is set to take the stage. We've already seen a couple of their titles revealed including the official trailer for the pre-E3 leak of Assassin's Creed: Origins. 

Bethesda E3 2017 Showcase

Leading up to E3 2017 there were a couple of rumors that had been swirling around. A few have already been confirmed, thanks to the EA and Microsoft pressers that happened yesterday and earlier today respectively, now the biggest question of "is it true?" is pointed on Bethesda as they wind up for their late-night event. 

Microsoft (Presumably) Scorpio Focused E3 2017 Brief

The the second (unofficial) day of E3 has begun and today we have two new press conferences to get through. First, and arguably most important, is the Microsoft conference, which is planned to run over its 90-minute time slot today. The biggest piece of the conference is sure to be the official reveal of whatever "Scorpio's" real name is as well as some of the accompanying software. 

EA Play Kicks off E3 2017

Kicking off this year's E3 presentations will be an early entry from video game publishing/developing giant Electronic Arts. We've seen some of what they have to offer already with early trailers for Battlefront 2 and Need for Speed: Payback, but expect plenty of other titles to highlight the show this year as well. 

Easy money will be on franchise follow-ups for their sports titles including Madden, NHL, and FIFA but we can probably expect that EA has a couple of new titles planned for this year's show as well. 

BE3: The Bethesda Show

Oh, Bethesda. My faith in you is well-placed.

If you were able to catch the conference last night then you were probably as slippery and wet from salivating as I was. We weren't given a slew of games to look forward to over the next year like with other conferences, but we were given less a buffet and more tapas: smaller morsels, but oh god they're so delicious. Maybe I should stop talking while I'm waiting for dinner.

Xbox @ E3 2015

Bethesda started E3 a day early with their first ever press conference. It had some monumental moments of its own, like the gameplay reveal of Fallout 4 and its crazy crafting system that is sure to have gamers pouring hundreds of hours into the game later this year. Not to mention finally seeing what DOOM is going to look and play like. Now Microsoft finished their press conference for Xbox, and if you know me at all you know how much of an Xbox fan I am. To say I left their conference excited is quite an understatement.

Geralt Gains a Dynamic Beard in Witcher 3

I'm a huge fan of games that pay attention to the small details. More often than not a game will get some bonus points, and even make me overlook other flaws, if they get the little things right. A prime example would be the Amazing Spider-man game, who took the time to animate web-cartridge reloads on Spider-man. It was a small touch that made the nerd in me crazy excited!

Games with Gold Deals March 24th 2015

If you're a wrestling fan, this is your week for Games with Gold. There's a bunch of WWE stuff on sale this week via Games with Gold, but there's also a little something for those who have been looking for an excuse to pick-up Evolve. Both the standard edition and the "Digital Deluxe" version of the 4v1 hunting... simulator(?) are on sale for 20% off!

The full details on the deals that Microsoft/Xbox are offering (both platforms) are detailed for you below!

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Quipbox is Jackbox Games' Kickstarter Project

Every second week or so, I host a board-game night at my house. This has served as an excuse for me, personally, to break out of the video game routine and try something a little different. However, after the release of the Jackbox Party Pack (a collection of games from YDKJ makers Jackbox) it seems all anyone wants to play anymore is Drawful.

Ermac's New Fatality Leaves the Internet Gutted

Mortal Kombat's history is one built on controversy. At the very dawn of violent video games, it was hassled by all kinds of concerned parties for its use of blood, violence, and inclusion of features like the Fatalities. Of course, we've come a long way since then. Games these days are far, far worse than what we were so concerned about back then... so Mortal Kombat itself needs to keep upping the ante.

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