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This week is the annual E3 gaming convention in Los Angeles, when the video game industry gets together to show off all their latest and greatest fare. This year Microsoft gave a sneak peek at the next Halo game, Sony gave an in-depth look at “Spider-Man,” Bethesda let us wander the wasteland of West Virginia, and much, much more. Here are the best game trailers from E3.
Microsoft kicked off its E3 presser with a bang like only Master Chief can. The next big adventure in the Xbox’s signature series returns with an all new graphical engine, called “Slipspace.” We don’t know much else, except that Master Chief will be more front and center than he was last time around.
Halo - Games - College - GPA - Versions
The original “Halo” was ground-breaking, and one of those games I remember all too well (so does my college GPA), but recent versions of the series have really dipped in quality. It looks like Microsoft may be looking to recapture some of the original magic with “Infinite.”
Sony kicked off their E3 press event with a reveal of the “Last of Us Part II” gameplay trailer. It’s beautiful, brutal, and amazingly polished, as we have come to expect from the folks at Naughty Dog Studios. It features a kiss that has everyone talking, and violence that looks gut-wrenchingly real.
Interview - Kotaku - Neil - Druckmann - Director
In an interview with Kotaku, Neil Druckmann, creative director on the “The Last of Us Part II,” addressed some of the criticism of the game’s violence: “For the player to feel repulsed by some of the violence they are committing themselves. It felt like that is the most honest way to tell this story.”
Bethesda’s most in-depth reveal at E3 was a full unveiling of “Fallout 76.” It’s an online “softcore” survival RPG, where you’ll be matched on servers with just a few dozen other players...
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