Nintendo capped off the big pre-E3 briefings with its “digital event,” revealing its Amiibo NFC figures, sharing new Zelda and Smash Bros. information and showing a lot of trailers for in-development Wii U games. READ MORE


Following Sony’s huge E3 conference last year, the studio had a lot to live up to. Thankfully, they delivered with some surprise reveals, including a new From Software game and LittleBigPlanet 3. Read further for that plus news about PlayStation Now and the PlayStation TV, and much more! READ MORE


As usual with an Ubisoft conference, the company ended the show with a big reveal, but a revamped Rainbow Six isn’t the only thing it showed off at this year’s briefing. Read on for Assassin’s Creed: Unity, The Crew, Far Cry 4, The Division and more! READ MORE


This year’s presentation from EA was largely stocked with early ideas, promising titles with a long development cycle ahead of them. Still, though, there were some deeper looks at games like Dragon Age and Battlefield as well as first glimpses of Mass Effect, Battlefront and Mirror’s Edge. READ MORE


Microsoft’s event kicked off this year’s show with a rapid-fire presentation of new and previously-announced titles, keeping the focus on showing more of the games themselves. Among the highlights: remastered Halo, new Crackdown and Phantom Dust projects and better looks at Assassin’s Creed, Sunset Overdrive and Fable Legends. READ MORE