A quick look at the good stuff Microsoft showed at their E3 conference! That means a new Xbox and a new Halo!
Cyberpunk 2077 looks better each time we see it! Now with the added goodness of Keanu Reeves.
The new game from Ninja Theory. A multiplayer brawler. Hmmm…
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
Suprise follow-up to Ori and the Blind Forest.
A tabletop RPG inspired game with hand-drawn visuals and board game-like elements. Interesting!
Flight Simulator is back! Wow!
Latest in the series but isn’t it all getting a bit long in the tooth? We shall see…
Groundhog Day: The Game. Looking good!
Way to the Woods
Microsoft upping their Indie support! Good to see. A Deer and Fawn must embark on a journey through an abandoned world of the unknown to get home.
It wouldn’t be a Microsoft E3 conference without Halo! It’s looking way better than the mediocre Halo 5.
A first-person psychological horror game. Hell yes! Microsoft doing good things. At this rate, we will be getting a Project Scarlett! Speaking of…
Over to you, Sony.
From the makers of Dark Souls, Bloodborne and Sekiro. Oh and George R. R. Martin who should be really writing those remaining Game of Thrones books!
Zitz, Pimple and Rash are returning at last to Morph Attack their way through an all-new action-packed adventure of choreographed chaos. Will it be as hard as the original though?
Dying Light 2
Generic sequel or something better? Find out Spring 2020.
A co-op shoot-and-slash dungeon crawler set in a stunning voxel world.
Hmm. Not sure about this one. Gone is the serious tone of the first 2 games and in comes some wacky Borderlands hijinx.
File this under Hmm…
The Outer Worlds
Looking fantastic. From Fallout developer Obsidian Entertainment.
Loot and Shoot. That’s all you need to know to play a Borderlands game…
A strong showing from Microsoft this year. Let’s see if they can keep up the momentum over the next 12 months. November 2020 is certainly going to be interesting!