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Check out our top 10 of announcements, reveals, trailers and more from this year’s E3 2016.
This year’s E3 has been both exciting and disappointing. All major publishers have held their press conference and some of the best and brightest developers have showcased their upcoming projects. Although we would like to say we love all the games announced and revealed at this year’s E3, we actually don’t. We even downright hate some of them, they even makes us want to puke our guts out. Others on the other hand make us want to travel forward in time so we can finally play them and we could die a happy man. Sit back and take a look at our 10 most precious and most loved games from this year’s E3.
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9. Yakuza 0
The 1980s in Japan were defined by unprecedented amounts of decadent overindulgence – and nothing was out of greed’s reach, especially in Kamurocho. A chilly but electric Tokyo in December 1988 is the backdrop for Kazuma Kiryu’s ascension into the ranks of the Yakuza – the name given to members of notorious crime organizations. And with Yakuza 0, newcomers to SEGA® of America, Inc.’s Yakuza series will be able to get in on the ground floor, with the game’s standalone, story-driven action that focuses on navigating the seedy underworld of Japan with series protagonist Kazuma Kiryu, and for the first time in a numbered title, players will be able to play as long-time NPC, Goro Majima – the Mad Dog of Shimano. Available on the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, the game will be localized and released as physical and digital versions in the Americas.
8. Gravity Rush 2
Another mind-bending adventure awaits gravity queen Kat as a new danger emerges to threaten the fabric of the universe itself. Still searching for clues behind the mystery of her origin, and with the powerful Raven at her side, Kat must master three unique gravity attack styles as she takes on enemies and massive bosses.
7. Tekken 7
Tekken 7 is coming early 2017 to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Get ready to witness the end of the Mishima feud in an all new story mode featuring Akumal from the Street Fighter series. All fights are personal. What will be your reason to fight?
In the dark, fantasy action RPG Nioh, players will traverse war-torn Japan as William, a blonde-haired swordsman whose background as a fierce warrior and seasoned knowledge of the blade allows him to survive in the demon-plagued land of the samurai. Players will face off against other samurai in epic sword battles and intense, multi-target engagements offering a level of difficulty that will truly test even the most hardened samurai’s skills, patience, and strategy.
Nioh not only incorporates iconic elements from Japanese folklore such as samurai and supernatural creatures—the game also offers the exhilaration of an authentic samurai sword fight straight from Team NINJA. Nioh is guaranteed to challenge players in a way that makes every mission feel earned and their accomplishments worthwhile.
5. Spider-Man PS4
Take to the streets of New York City as the iconic wall-crawler leaps into action with a fresh new look, thanks to Insomniac Games.
4. Death Stranding
We don’t know much about Kojima’s first ever independent project. It features The Walking Dead and Boondock’s Saints actor Norman Reeds who by the looks of it has given birth to a child. It’s strange it looks amazing and it could be totally awesome.
3. God of War
Kratos is back and he now has a son to take care for. The game looks beautiful and could easily be on of my favorite entries in the series. We will find out when the game hits shelves and Kratos hits a lot of creatures.
2. Injustice 2
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have just announced Injustice 2, the drenched in super powers sequel to the popular fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us. The latest instalment, in development by the acclaimed NetherRealm Studios, has an enormous line-up DC superheroes and villains and lets players build and improve their own version of the DC characters. The game will be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2017.
1. The Last Guardian
Finally! Fucking Finally! I almost cried when Sony’s Japan Studio finally revealed The Last Guardian’s release date. The date isn’t set in stone, but we now have an idea of when the game will be released. If they don’t make October 25th it sure means we will still see the game somewhere this year.
So there you have it. Our E3 2016 top 10 of most amazing, most awesome, most anticipated, Most everything. We absolutely love these games and since it’s a top 10 we had to leave out a few other amazing titles. Games like ; South park, Horizon Zero Dawn, GT Sports, Pyre, Grow Up, FFXV, Zelda, Resident Evil 7, Days Gone, and much, much more. What’s your top 10? Let us know in the comments below.