From the shocking announcement of Metroid Prime 4 to original Xbox backward compatibility, we list the biggest surprises from all the E3 2017 press conferences.
Assassin’s Creed Origins was the most talked about game at E3 2017 according to new data, as the Ubisoft title beat Star Wars Battlefront 2 and BioWare’s Anthem.
While there were many great games seen at E3 2017, there were still some that were missed at the show. These are the 10 games we missed seeing the most at E3 2017.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle creative director Davide Soliani is given a surprise present on his return to Italy: a t-shirt memorializing the moment he cried at E3 2017.
E3 2017 had a number of bright spots for each of its major participants, but not everything that happened – or didn’t happen, in some cases – was a memorable moment.
Bethesda marketing boss Pete Hines explains why the next Elder Scrolls game isn’t happening soon, suggesting the studio wants to explore other potential titles.
According to analytics done by YouTube, DICE and EA’s Star Wars Battlefront 2 E3 2017 trailer was the most viewed E3 trailer by a significant, and impressive, margin.
It’s not a detail that publisher Bethesda has been focusing on, but original director and Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami is not helming The Evil Within 2.
Game Rant’s hands-on time with Super Mario Odyssey proves that Nintendo is ready to give fans a true 3D Mario experience that will sell a ton of Switch consoles.
Microsoft’s reveal of the Xbox One X console is the most talked about topic at E3 2017, even outdoing Super Mario Odyssey, Sony, Ubisoft and Bethesda.
God of War’s Director, Cory Barlog, says his game has a unique style and will not feature the classic camera cuts and QTEs from the past games in the franchise.
Call of Duty: WW2 multiplayer mixes some more contemporary, combat-focused options will plenty that fans will remember from the earlier iterations of the series.
The Entertainment Software Association reveals staggering attendance numbers for E3 2017, pushed to new heights by the addition of 15,000 public attendees.
Nintendo reveals the first fighter that’ll be appearing as downloadable content for its fighting game, ARMS, confirming that Max Brass will be made available for free next month.
Bethesda marketing executive Pete Hines reveals that despite many gamers holding to the fan theory, Fallout and Elder Scrolls are not in the same universe.
XCOM 2’s newly announced War of the Chosen expansion is so massive in scope that the content actually almost become XCOM 3 instead of an expansion pack.
Insomniac’s upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive Spider-Man game features classic villains from the comics and the creative support of a few Marvel writers.