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  1. When Monday June 10th 5:00PM BST Conference: Bored of pre-rendered trailers for flat games that all look the same Then get on board with the true future of gaming and watch VRUpload's E3 VR Showcase. They are teasing that between 30 and 40 games will be shown over the 60 minute run time across all VR platforms (including new games for everyone's favourite VR headset the Quest). Initial details here https://uploadvr.com/upload-e3-vr-showcase-30-games/ Roundup of what was shown and release platforms (includes links to individual game overviews and videos) https://uploadvr.com/e3-vr-showcase-roundup/
  2. When Monday June 10th 6PM BST Where Gamespot | Giant Bomb | Easy Allies | IGN | Twitch | Youtube The Conference:
  3. When Monday June 10th 9:00PM BST Where Gamespot | Giant Bomb | Easy Allies | IGN | Twitch | Youtube The Conference:
  4. When Monday June 10th 1:30AM BST Where Gamespot | Giant Bomb | Easy Allies | IGN | Twitch | Youtube Conference:
  5. When Saturday June 8th 5:15PM BST Where Gamespot | Giant Bomb | Easy Allies | IGN | Twitch | Youtube What We Got
  6. Are you sad because there's no Sony E3 conference this year? Never fear, I managed to hack into the 'oTheR DimEnSioN' where it did take place and downloaded it. Don't ask how I did it, it's not important. So sit back, relax, and feast your eyeballs, ears and braincell on 1 whole hour of the future of Sony PlayStation's great gaming goodness. These tantalising tasty trailer treats. You get the point. For maximum realism, stay up till 2am Sunday night/Monday morning and then press play. Then go to work in the morning feeling like shite. Get Hype: Don't forget to comment in this thread as you watch the video in real-time for authenticity. Stuff like: "I stayed up till 2am for this?" "Kanye West? Get with the times Sony!" "Looks like a Wii game" "Another fucking HD remaster?!" "WTF is this shit?" "Love the art style of this one" "Sony LOL" "Booooorrrriiiinnnnnngg!" "I've already seen this trailer" "Nintendo has nothing to fear here" "Nathan Drake Gardening Simulator? TAKE ALL MY MONEY!" "Microsoft wins E3 this year!" "That looked interesting I guess" "Arty-Farty Bollocks" "HALF-LIFE 3!!!!??? Crowdfunded? WTF!?" "This will probably end up being a PS5 game" "Shame this was leaked before the event, lol" "I hope this is coming out on Switch" "Where's Knack 3?" "VR showreel? No interest in VR at all. Fuck off Sony! I HATE YOU!!!" "I stayed up till 3am for this?" "Now I know why Sony weren't at E3 this year in this dimension" Etc.
  7. V i s i t T h e O f f i c i a l H y p e T h r e a d E3 2019 Conference Schedules (click date & time to be taken to conference thread) EA: June 8th 5:15PM BST Microsoft: June 9th 9:00PM BST Bethesda: June 10th 1:30AM BST Upload VR: June 10th 5PM BST PC Gaming Show: June 10th 6PM BST Ubisoft: June 10th 9:00PM BST Square Enix: June 11th 2AM BST Nintendo: June 11th 5:00PM BST Live Streams Gamespot | Giant Bomb | Easy Allies | IGN | Twitch | Youtube Rllmuk Chat Steam | Discord
  8. So this popped up in the Xbox thread: and really took me by surprise. I mean, I knew the Xbox conference was on the 9th but it still seems to have snuck up on me somehow. What’s odd is this is the first year since I’ve known what E3 is that I’m pretty much free to watch it all. It’s always been during school or uni exams, and since I finished uni, has been smack bang in the middle of Ramadan so I haven’t been able to pay that much attention to it. There also don’t seem to be that many threads on here in the lead up to it. Is it because the gen is winding down or because Sony aren’t pitching up? Or something else? So is it just me or is the run up E3 quite subdued this year?
  9. It's over! FFVII Remake footage Life Is Strange 2 gameplay trailer FF Crystal Chronicles Remastered trailer Last Remnant Remastered trailer DQ Builders 2 trailer DQXI S trailer KH 3 Re:Mind trailer FFXIV Shadowbringers trailer SaGa trailers War of the Visions: FF Brave Exvius trailer Outriders trailer ONINAKI trailer FFVIII remastered trailer Marvel's Avengers trailer Original text below: If you're keen to chat about the conference in real time, check out the rllmuk discord! Usually I wouldn't bother with E3 threads myself, but there are one or two things I'm curious to check out at Square Enix’s show. With the latest Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer released in May and showing in-engine gameplay (read: "there was occasionally a UI element in the corner"), there are probably a number of gamers hoping to find out more details about this long-awaited release. A new trailer for the game was already released on Monday 10th, showing various battle and story scenes and revealing a worldwide release date for March 3rd 2020. The battle system still looks somewhat simple and mashy, but I'm curious about whether or not they're deliberately holding off from revealing all of the battle system's tricks until later... or if we've already seen the combat at its most complex... Outside of that, we know for sure that there's going to be an update on the Avengers videogame project - in late May the official Twitter account for the new game stated that "the worldwide reveal of Marvel’s Avengers" would be at Square Enix's E3 event, so that's something to look forward to. Considering the diversity of Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal’s recent games it’s hard to know what the Avengers project may turn out to be, but one quote from Marvel claims "Marvel’s Avengers is being designed for gamers worldwide and will be packed with all the characters, environments, and iconic moments that have thrilled longtime fans of the franchise. Featuring a completely original story, it will introduce a universe gamers can play in for years to come". As someone who enjoys the Marvel films (and whose nephew is nuts about them) I'm definitely curious to see what they have planned. We also know for sure that Dying Light 2 will make an appearance - Techland is calling this a "narrative sandbox" in a modern dark age with decisions that players make being remembered by the game and its characters, and where player choices can affect entire regions of the game's world. Honestly, it's not a series I've followed that much so I don't have a lot to say, but reactive worlds are always interesting, and hopefully the emergent bits of Dying Light 2 will result in a game that has more to offer than.... uh, can we call them zombies? Are they zombies? Do they have another name? I'm not good with this franchise guys. Square Enix will also be revealing a new project named Outriders (thanks @Revival!) - this is the first time they've made any sort of announcement about the project, although apparently a trademark was registered in May of last year, and some cryptic "mission log" tweets have been tweeted by the Outriders twitter account over the past month or so. Not long after I posted this thread, the same account made a much less cryptic tweet, with the words "See it first: >>> 06.10.19 <<<" and hashtags for #SquareEnixE3 and #E32019. (06.10 is June 10th, but remember that because of timezones we'll be seeing the conference on the 11th. ) Unconfirmed games? Well, there's Babylon's Fall. Since its reveal in the previous E3 there's been next to no news on the Platinum-Square joint, which is pretty embarrassing for the poor sap who excitedly created a thread about it. There's a trailer with lots of nice art and snippets of lore, then a few seconds of an armoured guy attacking a bigger armoured guy... but very little else since. The trailer did originally end with a "2019" date, so I feel like they have to show something - even if it's just the same trailer with a different date at the end - to reassure people that it isn't disappearing. Anyway, the fact remains that the last time Square and Platinum joined forces we ended up with the brilliant Nier Automata, so I'm hoping for something good... Square Enix is also publishing a new action game by Tokyo RPG Factory that's due to release this Summer. Named Oninaki, it "tells the story of one Watcher on a journey to protect Life, after Death" - at least according to the game's Steam page. From the trailer, it looks like a very pretty 3D RPG with chibi-looking characters, real-time combat and colourful backdrops. Another soundbite from Square Enix blurb mentions that "Players will uncover the mysteries of life, death and what’s beyond as protagonist, Kagachi moving between the Living World and the realm of the dead known as the Beyond." Who knows whether this will make an appearance or not... In terms of existing franchises, there's going to be an FFXIV presence at the show where people can check out Shadowbringers, and there's assuredly going to be more Kingdom Hearts 3 content where they reveal future DLC plans for that game. We also know that a few Dragon Quest games are on the way - DQXI for Switch, DQ Builders 2, and the Pokemon Go-style DQ Walk. And finally, if you'll excuse a bit of baseless speculation from me - I'm curious to see if they have anything else in store for Nier. Last year we had the reveal of Nier Automata: Become As Gods Edition, which wrapped up the game and its DLC into one package that was available for more platforms, but I'd be keen to know if there are any plans for more Automata, or even a new Nier Gestalt/Replicant thing! https://square-enix-games.com/en_US/news/e3-2019
  10. >> Official website . >> Official YouTube channel . If you're looking for games to bulk out your Switch collection this year, your eyes need to be on the Nintendo E3 2019 Direct. It's here that the Japanese gaming giant will unveil its plans for next six months – and hopefully beyond – and give us a good look at the games we could be playing this holiday season. At last year's E3, Nintendo focused mainly only on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (don't do this again, Nintendo, please), running through a long, long, list of confirmed fighters and stadiums. However, it wasn't exactly a hit with most Nintendo fans, so we expect/hope them to give a broader view of all its E3 2019 games titles this time around. And boy, what a line-up the Nintendo E3 2019 Direct could be. From the new Animal Crossing, to Luigi's Mansion 3, and titles like Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, Nintendo could have one of the strongest conferences of the show, which is especially important as its the last in the E3 2019 schedule. If Nintendo does things right, then it will spend a good portion of its E3 2019 Direct talking about the new Animal Crossing Switch game. We've not had any more information about the game since September last year, which only confirmed that the game is indeed coming, will feature Tom Nook and will arrive sometime in 2019. If that's still true, then the game is scheduled to arrive in the next six months, and we don't even know what it's called yet. We assume it'll be the next fully fledged Animal Crossing game, with the last one being Animal Crossing: New Leaf, which was released on 3DS back in 2012. Will we be playing as the new mayor again? Will the gameplay follow the similar tropes as previous series' entries? There are a lot of unanswered questions right now, but hopefully the Nintendo E3 2019 showcase will clear that up. The Pokémon Company, and developer Game Freak, like to keep things to themselves when it comes to big announcements, which is why we're getting a pre-E3 special Pokémon Sword and Shield Direct on June 5. That means we're getting all our Pokémon Switch goodness and fresh information before E3 has even started. That doesn't rule out a quick appearance of the game during the E3 Direct of course, but don't expect these two gen. VIII Pokémon titles to be the main draw. Game Freak will probably focus more on their new RPG, provisionally named Town and also set for a 2019 release, during the E3 show. As far as we know, Luigi's Mansion 3 still has a 2019 release date as well, and we're going to get some more information on this at E3. The last game was a neat 3DS exclusive, so it's exciting to see a sequel is coming to the Switch. From what we know, Luigi's back to his Ghostbusters-esque antics in another spooky mansion, but there are no further details than that as yet. As for Bayonetta 3, we know even less at this point. The game was first announced back at the Game Awards in 2017, and we've had zero information about the game since then. There's a lot of information still to come: gameplay details, release dates, and more. Whether Platinum Games is ready to reveal more about the game is a big question, as I assume the main focus will be on Astral Chain, but even a tiny glimpse at the Nintendo E3 2019 showcase would be greatly appreciated. Originally released over 25 years ago for the Game Boy, it came as quite a surprise that the utterly brilliant Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening is getting remade for the Switch. And, it's even coming out this year. That means this remaster is ripe for a major appearance at the Nintendo E3 2019 showcase. We've already had a glorious trailer, which almost frame for frame recreates the original, but any more footage, gameplay, and, of course, a concrete release date would be of interest to most Switch owners. As for whether we'll see anything of Metroid Prime 4 announced at this year's E3, I strongly doubt it. Although the game was officially announced back at E3 2017, earlier this year Nintendo confirmed that the current project was being scrapped and restarted, which means we're probably years away from getting a proper look at the game. Unfortunately, as it's high on many Switch owners' list. Such is the nature of Nintendo's incredibly fast-paced E3 Directs, there's bound to be a few surprises nestled in between the biggest namesalready mentioned. Last year, the big surprise was Fortnite arriving on Switch right then and there after the press conference ended, so expect the Nintendo E3 2019 Direct to have a few of its own. Hopefully. We've already had rumours of a few ports and remasters, including The Witcher 3 (confirmed! - ed.), and the Metroid Prime: Trilogy, which would certainly stave off the hunger for Metroid Prime 4, at least for a while. But there are also rumblings that a sequel to Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is in the works, but knowing how long Breath of the Wild took to make, this may well not make any kind of appearance at E3 2019. Maybe not even 2020. It's also interesting to note that the rumours of Xbox Game Pass coming to Switch have also not been disproven yet, and with some Xbox Live features already implemented on Switch with the release of Cuphead, this could be an exciting time for the new relationship between Nintendo and Microsoft. This may well be elaborated on during Nintendo's, or Microsoft's, E3 press conference. And then we come to the idea of new Nintendo Switch hardware. Rumours have been flying about no less than two potential new Switch consoles for some months now. The reports suggest that there are two more Switch consoles in the works, the first being a smaller 'mini' version of the original machine, and the second representing a more advanced, almost 'pro' version, offering higher specs, a bigger screen and better graphics. The latest report suggests the mini edition is closer to release than the more advanced alternative, but Nintendo isn't saying anything official about either right now – aside from the fact it definitely won't be announcing hardware at E3 “As a general rule, we’re always working on new hardware and we will announce it when we are able to sell it,” Furukawa told reporters in Osaka back in April. “But we have no plans to announce that at this year’s E3 in June.” Of course, just because Nintendo says its not announcing any new hardware, that doesn't rule out variations of the current console. After all, we've had a Pokémon Let's Go edition, and there's a special Super Mario Maker 2 version that comes complete with stylus. But yeah, best not believe they'll talk about future hardware revisions come June 11. So, this is what we know so far. And yes, hopefully we'll get plenty of surprise announcements, but don't shoot me if the whole Direct is exclusively focused on Luigi's Mansion 3 Random wish list: A new F-Zero, The Wonderful 102 and the long-rumoured Pikmin 4.
  11. Xbox E3 Week at a Glance Sunday 9 June Xbox Briefing: 9-11:00pm BST | http://www.mixer.com/xbox Monday 10 June Inside Xbox: 11:00pm-0:30am BST | Xbox FanFest Showcase: 2-7:00am BST Tuesday 11 June Xbox Experience @ Microsoft Theater: 7:00pm-3:00am BST | Mixer Dome: 5:00pm-3:00am BST Wednesday 12 June Xbox Experience @ Microsoft Theater: 5:00pm-3:00am BST | Mixer Dome: 5:00pm-3:00am BST Thursday 13 June Xbox Experience @ Microsoft Theater: 5:00pm-2:00am BST | Mixer Dome @ LA Convention Center: 5:00pm-2:00am BST
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