Everyone needs to play on Hossin more. That is all.
Brian and Dylan cross paths at another convention – This time Awesome Con DC! Combat ensues, but when it comes to close-quarters, there’s only one man who can truly teach them the essence of CQC.
Full press conference is above. Here are some of the trailers that I thought looked interesting from this year’s Ubisoft conference:
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
The Mushroom Kingdom has been torn apart by a mysterious vortex, transporting the chaotic Rabbids into this once peaceful land. To restore order, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Yoshi must team up with a whole new crew: four Rabbids heroes! Together, they will battle with weapons through four worlds filled with combat, puzzles, and unpredictable enemies.
Full press conference is above. There were audio issues on Sony’s end at the beginning, but they fixed it soon after. Here are some of the trailers that I thought looked interesting from this year’s Sony conference:
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
In order to find an ancient Indian artifact, Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross must venture deep into the Western Ghats mountains, discover the lost cities of the Hoysala Empire, and face a ruthless warmonger, Asav. No Nathan Drake this time and Amy Hennig is long gone from Naughty Dog, but this could still be pretty good. Kind of looks like it should be DLC for Uncharted 4 though.
I tuned into Giant Bomb at Nite yesterday evening and caught a really candid interview with Xbox Chief Phil Spencer. I am convinced that he is the best executive in the gaming industry. You can tell he really cares about what he does, and likes to do what is in the interest of gamers.
The interview is about 50 minutes long and they get into a number of topics such as: The console lifecycle going forward, games as a service, bringing Xbox games to PC because consoles are not for everyone, who the Xbox One X is for and its price, the idea of “winning E3” and competition in the industry, cross platform play, why he values backwards compatibility, and VR as an industry and how it needs to be an open platform. He even jokes about the confusing Xbox naming scheme.
This guy gets it.