SONY PLAYSTATION E3 2017 TRAILERS
Sony’s E3 conference might have been slightly underwhelming for those looking for brand new games, but you’d be hard pushed to argue that what they did show wasn’t excellent all the same.
God of War once again looked spectacular with some intense and colourful gameplay, while Shadow of the Colossus also wowed audiences with a rather magnificent looking remaster of the celebrated PS2 game from Fumito Ueda.
Returning exclusives in the form of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds looked like essential purchases for fans of the series
Insomniac’s Spider-Man closed out the show and what an experience it was.
Though the game might be still some way off with an as yet undetermined 2018 release date, the gameplay was incredibly impressive, befitting that of a Rocksteady Batman game.
There was plenty more, but we won’t keep talking, watch them below:
MICROSOFT XBOX E3 2017 TRAILERS
Microsoft’s E3 2017 Conference kicked off with, surprise, surprise the reveal for Project Scorpio, now known as the Xbox One X.
After that, you might say Microsoft’s conference was overtaken by quite a few third-party publishers, with some excellent 4K trailer from the likes of Metro Exodus, Assassin’s Creed Origins and Dragonball FighterZ.
Microsoft’s own exclusives made an appearance but didn’t hang around long.
Crackdown 3 raised the roof with a Terry Crews inspired glimpse of gameplay, Forza Motorsport 7 looked rather excellent on the big screen and Sea of Thieves gave fans another look at the charming pirate adventure.
There was also a few more exclusives shown off to the crowds for smaller indie titles like Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Cuphead, Ashen and The Last Night.
Strangely the biggest cheer of the night came from the announcement for backwards compatible support for original Xbox games.
Recap all the trailer below:
NINTENDO E3 2017 TRAILERS
As you can imagine, Super Mario Odyssey was the main highlight of Nintendo’s E3 2017 spotlight and what a buzz it created online the second it was shown off.
But to round out the short but sweet 24-minute online-only conference, Mario was flanked by a healthy selection of trailer that included Xenoblade Chronicles, Kirby, Yoshi and The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild DLC 1.
Nintendo Switch fans were also given assurances that GameFreak were working on a brand new Pokemon RPG game for the Switch.
However, the biggest trailer came from the announcement of Metroid Prime 4 which sent social media into a frenzy.
Take another look at some of the best trailers from Nintendo’s Spotlight, below:
UBISOFT E3 2017 TRAILERS
By most accounts, Ubisoft are the guys who many believe ‘won’ E3.
But it wasn’t just because they announced Beyond Good and Evil 2 with the very first trailer for the game, they had so much more to showcase.
And it’s not a short list by any means.
We saw returns for big series like Assassin’s Creed Origin’s, Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2.
We also had some brand new games revealed, including Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle on Nintendo Switch, Skull & Bones (For Honor with Pirates and Boats), Starlink: Battle for Atlas (a sort of toys for life, kiddy version of No Man’s Sky) and South Park Phone Destroyer for mobiles.
It’s a great lineup. Arguably one of the best from E3 2017.
Rewatch everything, below:
BETHESDA E3 2017 TRAILERS
Bethesda has made it a habit of putting on a good E3 conference and while this year was a rather short show, it was still to a very entertaining showcase.
To kick things off, DOOM and Fallout 4 were announced as coming to HTC Vive VR.
Skyrim was finally unveiled for Nintendo Switch and Bethesda announced the creation club to monetise mods for their most popular games.
Then came the truly big reveals.
Unfortunately, Starfield was missing, but as many expected fans were finally greeted with trailers for The Evil Within 2 and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
Recap everything, below:
EA E3 2017 TRAILERS
EA Play kicked off the start of E3 2017 and as one of the biggest third-party publishers, they had arguably some of the most new trailers on show.
First and foremost FIFA 18, Madden NFL 18 and NBA Live 18 all put on a good show with thanks to DICE’s excellent Frostbite engine.
But the big trailer reveals were all bang on the money.
Bioware’s Anthem looked spectacular, Need for Speed Payback brought a little bit of Burnout to people’s consoles once again and Star Wars Battlefront 2 wowed with some of the fiirst multiplayer gameplay revealed so far.
You can watch it all again, below: