Gaming has always had its benchmark titles; those games that stand out head and shoulders above the rest, those that set the trends other studios work towards or try to best. These seminal titles are considered to be the benchmarks of which other games, and sequels, are judged; particularly within specific genres. Every so often, with increasing rarity in an industry which relies heavily on sequels and franchises, a game comes along and sets a new benchmark.
E3 is over for another year and it’s given gamers plenty to look forward to for the rest of the year and beyond. As is obligatory following any E3 coverage, here are my Top 5 Games from E3 – this is my personal selection of games that have me the most excited moving forward.
Following the rundown of all the information from Day 1 at E3, we take a look at the events of Day 2 in our E3 Day 2 Rundown. Here goes …
The moment that gamers have been waiting for is now – E3 is finally here and has kicked off in spectacular fashion. There are a huge amount of announcements, trailers and updates from the first day and there’s no doubt that there will be more, so here is everything in a quick link-heavy E3 Day 1 Rundown.
During the pre E3 conference, gamers saw the much rumoured and speculated Project Beast announced as Bloodborne. Developed by From Software, the Japanese team behind the Souls games, Bloodborne is a new RPG that looks like it will follow in the morbidly dark and terrifying style of the Souls games and Bloodborne will be a PlayStation 4 exclusive and will launch in 2015.