Be warned, we’re quite candid and explicit. These reactions may be childish, but they’re in good taste, and only at the expense of ourselves and our own self esteem, and maybe at billion dollar software companies.
First off, Travis had some disappointment in the delay of Kingdom Hearts III to after the holidays… of course this leaves Tetsuo Nomura to delay the game even further into 2019, which would be lame.
Our nerd kingdom correspondence, Miles found out about his beloved Devil May Cry franchise a bit on the late side. This was his reaction.
As massive fans of Finji’s previous outing “Night in the Woods” we interviewed the publisher at PAX East in Boston this year where we were only told brief details on their newest title, Tunic. It is now confirmed to be an Xbox exclusive! We wish them the best with the endeavor, despite the fact that only a couple of us may be able to play it depending on it’s potential ports to PC!
As far as Eelctronic Arts goes, we had some opinions. Of course, we’re totally cool with the current state of Battlefield V, and we’re always excited to see more from Respawn as plenty of us adored Titanfall 2.
With Bioware and Anthem? eh. We’re kind of divided.
And then there is Halo, which, if you ask me, was desperately dug out of it’s half step into it’s grave to be conformed into an FPSMMORPG or something of the like, hence the subtitle “Infinite.”
But we’re all in agreance on Dying Light 2, it looks kind of dark.
The Bethesda Conference followed as such with myself, Jon Winker and Tyler Carlsen last night:
Introduction to Andrew WK before Rage 2 gameplay be like
Ryan was completely baffled by the unresponsive nerds
We’re just not interested in Elder Scrolls Legends… but John Mulaney though!
Doom Eternal announcement is…. eh? I MEAN HEY, ITS MORE DOOM! But my worry based on the title is the same as that of Halo Infinite.
Wolfenstein II “YoungBlood” expansion looks kind of cool! A female led dystopian alternate 80’s fighting nazis? Sounds like the B movie romp I need.
New Elder Scrolls title on mobile “Blades” was met with a reaction only appropriate for discovering a new Elder Scrolls releasing on mobile. The meme is real.
— Evan Griffin ✈ E3 (@evgriff42) June 11, 2018