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Hello Games announce simultaneous release of No Man's Sky on PS4 & PC

E3 2015 - No Man's Sky from Hello Games looks like one of the most ambitious games ever made, but it's something that is incredibly hard to convince you through words. Check out the E3 2015 trailer for No Man's Sky below.



See? Ambitious, huh? Hello Games has announced during the AMD sponsored PC Gaming Show that No Man's Sky will be release for the PlayStation 4 and PC simultaneously, which is quite exciting news.

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The Division gets 10 minutes of gameplay footage released from E3 2015

E3 2015 - Ubisoft has detailed The Division in a great 10-minute video on the game, where they venture into the Dark Zone, in a real-time gameplay video.



The gameplay video was taken from an Xbox One console, with what feels like 1080p 30FPS, without many performance problems at all. This is actually good considering what is taking place on screen, and the amount of detail in the environment. Check out the 10-minute gameplay video above and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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Bethesda: New Doom game won't be easy, and instead is 'challenging'

E3 2015 - The gaming world got a first glimpse of the new Doom video game during E3, and we can expect a challenging gaming experience. When the game was demoed during E3, the person running the demo was quite experienced in the portion of Doom being played.



"I've seen people and even had people say, 'Oh, that looks easy,'" said Marty Stratton, executive producer at id Software, while speaking to GameSpot on the E3 show floor. "That is not easy. The game is a challenging game, it's like [the original Doom] in that respect."


When we explore the environment, we'll be able to play using our own techniques and strategies - the monsters can also jump, climb, fly, and engage with us however they see fit.

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EA SPORTS steps up with innovative gameplay for FIFA 16

E3 2015 - Electronic Sports showed off EA SPORTS FIFA 16 gameplay, featuring innovative new features that will allow gamers to control the entire football pitch. Gamers can expect a "balance, authentic, and exciting football experience" that will give us the chance to play the way we want to.



"Whether fans prefer short and precise passes through the middle, or getting it outside and whipping in crosses, the beauty of FIFA 16 is that it offers fans the freedom to play their way and find success on the pitch," said David Rutter, VP and GM of EA SPORTS FIFA.


EA SPORTS also includes 12 Women's National Teams, the first time that women's teams have been included. In addition, players will be able to make use of the FIFA Trainer that is able to make recommendations to improve play.

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Guerrilla Games unveils its open world RPG Horizon: Zero Dawn at E3

E3 2015 - After months of teasing, Killzone developer Guerrilla Games has unveiled their open world RPG at E3, known as Horizon: Zero Dawn.



Horizon: Zero Dawn is a PS4 exclusive action RPG, set in a world after humanity has fallen to shreds, with the cities of the world turned into wastelands, filled with foliage, trees and life. In Horizon: Zero Dawn, you'll play as Aloy, a killer hunter, where you'll be able to explore the vast environments that are filled with mysterious mechanized creatures that pose a considerable threat. There are tribal societies to mingle with, ancient artifacts, and advanced technologies that you'll be introduced to in Horizon: Zero Dawn.


A full list of features is available below:


  • A Lush Post-Apocalyptic World - How have machines come to dominate this world, and what is their purpose? What happened to the civilization here before? Scour every corner of a realm filled with ancient relics and mysterious buildings in order to uncover your past and unearth the many secrets of a forgotten land.
  • Nature and Machines Collide - Horizon Zero Dawn juxtaposes two contrasting elements, taking a vibrant world rich with beautiful nature and filling it with awe-inspiring highly advanced technology. This marriage creates a dynamic combination for both exploration and gameplay.
  • Defy Overwhelming Odds - The foundation of combat in Horizon Zero Dawn is built upon the speed and cunning of Aloy versus the raw strength and size of the machines. In order to overcome a much larger and technologically superior enemy, Aloy must use every ounce of her knowledge, intelligence, and agility to survive each encounter.
  • Cutting Edge Open World Tech: Stunningly detailed forests, imposing mountains, and atmospheric ruins of a bygone civilization meld together in a landscape that is alive with changing weather and a day/night cycle.

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South Park: The Fractured but Whole announced at E3

E3 2015 - Ubisoft has had quite the E3 this year, teasing The Division, Rainbow Six: Siege, For Honor, but also South Park: The Fractured but Whole.



Cartman leads a group of crime fighters, where his superhero alter-ego is called 'The Coon', where he's half man, half raccoon. As the New Kid, South Park: The Fractured but Whole, you'll join Mysterion, Toolshed, Human Kite, Mosquito, Mint Berry Crunch and many others in order to battle the forces of evil.

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Ubisoft's 'For Honor' lets you play as a Knight, Viking or Samurai

E3 2015 - Ubisoft has announced a new IP franchise at E3 2015, something known as For Honor. For Honor will let you play as one of the three great warrior legacies: a Knight, Viking, or a mysterious Samurai.




For Honor lets you step into the huge war between these three warriors, with Ubisoft describing the game as a "fast-paced, competitive experience mixing skill, strategy, and teamplay with visceral melee combat". For Honor's innovative control system is called 'The Art of Battle' giving you total control over your heroes. Each hero has their own specific skills and weapons, too.


Ubisoft's ambitious game will be available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC with some slick key features:


  • Choose your hero among the three greatest legacies of warriors: Knights, Vikings, or Samurai. Able to turn the tide of battle and make their faction victorious, each warrior comes with their own weapon set and play style.
  • Capture control points, and slaughter enemies with our groundbreaking multi-player mode.
  • The Art of Battle control system lets you wield the weight of your weapon and feel the power and impact of each strike.
  • Inspire fear in your enemies by customizing your warrior, including your chest, shoulders, and helmet.

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Ubisoft announces Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands at E3 2015

E3 2015 - Ubisoft continued its E3 2015 push with the announcement of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, which is the first military shooter that is set in a "massive and responsive open world" reports DSO Gaming.



Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands does something special, offering up 4-player cooperative or solo play. The game has been in development at Ubisoft Paris, with other studios joining in, with Ubisoft Annecy, Bucharest, Montpellier, Milan and Reflection Studios.


Ubisoft will be releasing Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

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Crytek unveils Robinson: The Journey, their first VR game

E3 2015 - We've been hearing rumbles about Crytek's VR game, where we got some eyes-on time with Back to Dinosaur Island thanks to NVIDIA at Computex earlier this month.




Well, Crytek has officially unveiled Robinson: The Journey, their first venture into the world of virtual reality gaming. Robinson: The Journey will drop the player into the role of a young boy who has crash landed onto a mysterious planet, where dinosaurs roam. Crytek is filling the virtual world with 360 degrees of content, where gamers can play with the detailed ecosystem around them.


Crytek's Director of Production, David Bowman, has said: "Ever since Crytek was founded, we have been striving to build the most realistic, believable worlds we possibly can for players. Today's VR technologies are enabling us to bring together CRYENGINE's capabilities and our legacy in creating immersive gaming experiences like never before. The time we're spending in Robinson: The Journey as we develop it is transforming the way we think about games, and we can't wait until everyone has the chance to set foot in this universe for themselves".

Ubisoft teases Terrorist Hunt co-op mode for Rainbow Six Siege

E3 2015 - Ubisoft teased The Division at E3 2015 earlier today, but Rainbow Six Siege was also on show. The developer unveiled a live demo of one of Rainbow Six Siege's four Terrorist Hunt ("TerroHunt") modes.



This particular mode has five gamers fighting against AI terrorists in an infiltration of an embassy. The entire demo can be viewed above, giving a great look at Ubisoft's upcoming first-person tactical shooter.


Rainbow Six: Siege is due out on October 13 for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC with a beta to soon open up on all three platforms.

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