My Life in Gaming held at Q&A Panel all about RGB at the TooManyGames convention on June 24, 2017, including a very early sneak peek at their Sega Saturn RGB episode.
Vicarious Visions retains what made the original Crash games so great while adding a new polish to the first three games.
Our favorite marsupial has come a long way since 1996. So we compare the original wumpa fruit, Aku Aku, and jorts to the fully remastered versions now on PS4.
John Hancock is a long-time video game collector, enthusiast, and historian – he is a regular guest on MetalJesusRocks show in addition to running his own YouTube channel. Also the founder of a charity fundraising game expo Cowlitz Gamers for Kids, which has raised over $47,500 for Children’s Justice and Advocacy Center. Kinszilla is another avid collector and member of Seattle Retro; she also runs her own YouTube Channel!
The top E3 2017 games on my list and general thoughts on the conference are shared in this video.
Recently at a standard garage sale in Portland, a comedian named Jacob Christopher discovered a Holy Grail of NES prototypes. He graciously accepted to be on the channel to showcase this crazy prototype. I take a closer look at the proto by taking it apart, as well as show title screen and basic gameplay.
God of War. Spider-Man. Horizon Zero Dawn. A new Call of Duty. Choose-your-own sci-fi adventure Detroit. Big-budget zombie game Days Gone. A VR thing for Final Fantasy XV.
That was Sony from E3 2016. This year, the company showed off… well… God of War. Spider-Man. Another Horizon Zero Dawn. A new Call of Duty — now in World War II.
Choose-your-own sci-fi adventure Detroit. Big-budget zombie game Days Gone. And a VR thing for Final Fantasy XV — this time fishing.
That isn’t to say it was a bad show from Sony — far from it, in fact, as each of those games have taken the year to really improve themselves. There was also a new Uncharted adventure, a remastered Shadow of the Colossus, and some Destiny 2 exclusives. Here’s everything you might’ve missed.
There was, alas, nothing for Vita.
Here’s everything you need to know about Nintendo’s E3 2017 conference in 5 minutes.
Ubisoft brought out the big guns — quite literally and fantastically, at times — to start their E3 2017 press conference. The event started with legendary Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto, who brought hand cannon toys on stage to introduce Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. Ubisoft also announced Transference, a VR project with actor Elijah Wood; competitive naval pirate game Skull & Bones; and racing game The Crew 2 (now with boats and planes).
Microsoft started its E3 2017 press conference with the new Xbox One X games console, previously “Project Scorpio.” Next up: a real-world Porsche that’ll feature in Forza Motorsport 7, PC phenomena PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, a release date for Cuphead, a three episode prequel to Life is Strange, a Crackdown 3 trailer starring Terry Crews, and gameplay of Assassin’s Creed: Origins, BioWare’s Anthem, and a very nice looking upgrade for Minecraft. There were, alas, no Halo or Gears of War this year.