The Best Games of E3 2017


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Mass Effect: Andromeda, the studio’s newest game really caught our eye. It seems that it’s hitting 4K on the Xbox One X thanks to checkerboard rendering, and it looks miles ahead of anything we saw with BioWare’s previous major releases. (Learn more at IGN)” alt=”Anthem” class=”slider-250899 slide-250900″ /> Assassin’s Creed. This latest installment takes place in ancient Egypt, and it seems that the dev team has integrated many of the systems and design cues from other recent Ubisoft releases. This might just be a substantial departure from the formula, and ...

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Take-Two Kills Popular GTA V Modding Tool

Modding has been a huge part of the Grand Theft Auto games on PC ever since Grand Theft Auto III debuted a then-new 3D engine and a much larger world. Because Rockstar doesn’t provide any kind of formal editing tools, however, the end-user community took it upon themselves to create the necessary software. One of the most popular editing suites used in GTA V was a program called OpenIV, which supported database manipulation and could be used to create a vast range of gameplay changes, effects, and content swaps. If ...

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E3 2017: Zelda Breath Of The Wild DLC The Master Trials Gameplay Reveals New Armor And Challenges

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild‘s upcoming DLC is easily one of the most anticipated releases coming up for Nintendo fans. Now we’re getting to see some of The Master Trials’ gameplay with our very own eyes. Stopping by the GameSpot E3 2017 Stage show, Nintendo’s Danny Orihuela showed off gameplay in the DLC’s new Master Mode. Master Mode essentially makes the game harder, and in the video we see the red Bokoblins have been replaced with blue Bokoblins that regenerate health. They can also spot you from ...

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Avengers: Infinity War Directors Tease Mysterious On-Set Image

Avengers: Infinity War is currently in production, and promises to be the biggest Marvel movie to date. It’s directed by the Russo brothers, who helmed the last two Captain America movies, and they have now tweeted a new image from the set. It’s unclear what it is exactly. One of Tony Stark’s gadgets perhaps? Or maybe the vault where the villainous Thanos keeps the Infinity Gauntlet? We’ll find out next year, but for now, here’s the picture: It follows a behind-the-scenes promo that was released in February. The video provided ...

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E3 2017: Nintendo Talks About Switch's Clunky Voice Chat Solution

One of the more puzzling and odd announcements from Nintendo about the Switch is that voice chat will be handled through a smartphone app, not via the console itself. Speaking to Kotaku, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime talked about why the company chose this approach and discussed why he thinks it’s in the best interest of Nintendo gamers. “We actually think that the phone is going to deliver a better, more robust execution,” Fils-Aime explained. “In terms of the APIs that we can build into an app, the fact ...

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Agents Of Mayhem Has You Hunting Down A Bieber-Like Popstar – E3 2017

Agents Of Mayhem Has You Hunting Down A Bieber-Like Popstar – E3 2017 Saints Row developer Volition stopped by to show us its next action game, Agents of Mayhem. It’s inspired by ’80s TV shows, chock full of humor, and set in the same world as Saints Row. Oh, and it features a car named Tiffany, too. by Mat Paget on June 15, 2017 Let’s block ads! (Why?) GameSpot

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More Free Xbox One And Xbox 360 Games Now Available

With E3 wrapping up, here’s a nice way to keep the fun going. Xbox Live Gold members can now pick up even more free games as part of the Games With Gold program. On Xbox One, Ubisoft’s open-world action game Watch Dogs is now free, while Dragon Age: Origins is the freebie on Xbox 360. Note that the BioWare RPG plays on Xbox One through backwards compatibility. On Xbox One, Speedrunners is free all month long, as is the multiplayer DLC for Phantom Dust. You can see the month’s full ...

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