Who Won the Week Episode 80: The games of E3 2017, Adam West, X-Men
June 16, 2017 Welcome to the latest episode of Who Won the Week, a weekly podcast in which Syfy Wire staffers Adam Swiderski, Aaron Sagers and Dany Roth look back at the week that was and the stories that are blowing up the geek-o-sphere.
E3 2017: Nintendo on Switch Virtual Console: 'We Recognize There's an Appetite'
June 14, 2017 By Alex Osborn While Nintendo has yet to announce plans to bring Virtual Console to Switch, the company is well aware of the demand for legacy content on the console.
'Days Gone' E3 2017 Preview
June 14, 2017 Days Gone's may look like a zombie game, but there's a lot more to this open-world motorcycle adventure. It's easy to write off Bend Studio's Days Gone as “just another zombie game,” but if the demo showed at E3 2017 is any indication, there's ...
Days Gone Attempts to Innovate the Open World Genre [E3 2017 Preview]
June 14, 2017 I didn't know much about Days Gone until this E3, Barely aware of its existence, all I had experienced was the sub-par Twitter reaction to the gameplay at Sony's press conference.
The best E3 2017 trailers, games and latest news in one place
June 14, 2017 Nintendo confirmed it's working on a full Pokemon game for Switch and that Metroid Prime 4 is in development, but didn't show any footage from either game.
The winners and losers of E3 2017
June 14, 2017 More than that, Yves Guillemot, who assumed comparing duties this year instead of show regular Aisha Tyler, was an earnest and enthusiastic host, which really struck a chord with the viewers and perfectly reflected the tone of Ubisoft's line-up of games.
E3 2017: Day 1 Recap - Our Reaction to Nintendo Direct and Every Interview from the Show Floor
June 13, 2017 Our day began even earlier when we reacted to the announcements that came out of Nintendo's Direct presentation, including a tease for Metroid Prime 4 and the soul-stealing cap that adorns Mario's head in Super Mario Odyssey. This article is your one ...
Days Gone Stage Demo E3 2017
June 13, 2017 For any of you who missed it, I thought what Sony showed of Days Gone looked great, peformance hitches aside. Ride around in a bike in a post-apocalyptic zombie world is up my alley in an open world.
Nintendo E3 2017: Switch Games, News, And Everything From The Press Conference
June 13, 2017 While not nearly as long as Sony or Microsoft's respective briefings, there were big announcements, including that of a new Pokemon RPG for Switch and Metroid Prime 4. Nintendo's E3 Presentation was followed immediately after by Nintendo's Treehouse ...
E3 2017: Metroid Prime 4 Announced
June 13, 2017 Nintendo dropped a bomb during its E3 press conference by announcing that Metroid Prime 4 is in development along with providing a brief teaser trailer.
E3 2017: Destiny 2 PC Is "Not A Port," Bungie Says
June 13, 2017 The Destiny franchise expands to a new platform this year when Destiny 2 comes to PC. Developer Bungie hasn't put out a game on PC in a very long time, and community manager David Dague spoke to GameSpot today about the challenges and ...
E3 2017: Call Of Duty WW2 Is Not Coming To Nintendo Switch, For Now At Least
June 13, 2017 Call of Duty: WWII is not coming to Nintendo Switch, it looks like. Speaking to GameSpot today at E3 2017, Sledgehammer Games senior creative director Bret Robbins said the studio has "no plans" to bring the World War II shooter to Nintendo's hybrid ...
E3 2017: Every New Game Announced At E3 (So Far)
June 13, 2017 There were a lot of new games announced at this year's E3, like Bioware's new IP Anthem, Monster Hunter: World, Metroid Prime 4, and more. With so many to keep track of, we've compiled them all in one place for your reference. Click ahead to check out ...
E3 2017: Destiny 2 Shines Brightly On-Stage
June 13, 2017 The original Destiny saw Bungie go outside of its comfort zone and craft a large-scale game that went beyond anything they had done with Halo.
E3 2017: Metroid Prime 4 no está siendo desarrollado por Retro Studios
June 13, 2017 Nintendo reveló que el recién anunciado Metroid Prime 4 no está siendo desarrollado por Retro Studios –compañía que trabajó las primeras tres entregas de la serie. En su lugar, un ejecutivo de Nintendo, Brian Trinen, anunció que "un nuevo y talentoso ...