Sure, the pre-taped video game showcases are fine. But there’s still something about the live events that can’t be ignored.
Having no E3 this year is a bummer but it could be a blessing in disguise for the gaming world as a whole.
What’s there to look forward to this year? A lot… but this is just a small sampling of what I’m personally looking forward to in 2020.
Because of how Hori’s Split Pad Pro accessory solves for several of the design flaws of the Nintendo Switch, it has become my most anticipated Switch release for this year.
It may have been a good move for Sony to not attend this year’s E3, but it could start a scary trend for the future.
Instead of just focusing on one E3 presentation, let’s go review ALL of them at the same time!
Hiya! I’m usually the one who writes about Sony’s E3 keynote presentation each and every year but them not attending, I moved over to Nintendo as it is the next big show next to Microsoft’s. I am writing this just a scant few minutes after Nintendo’s show and I went away impressed with what I…
Sure, Microsoft showed up at E3 with a boatload of games… so how come it felt like I didn’t see a boatload of games?
With E3 just around the corner, I decided to mull about and think of the things I want announced during video gaming’s biggest week.
How is 2019 shaping up for us geeks all over the world? Well, forecasts look pretty good!