The Summer Games Event is likely returning too, though that was already noted.
Pre-orders for the Sonic-blue record begin in July.
The remastered Modern Warfare is finally getting a standalone release.
Playable characters can now talk to each other too.
Plus the final dates for access to some of Destiny 1's Crucible content.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is available for the price of a cup of coffee.
RIP, stylish D.Va jersey dreams.
That pink bunny sure was sassy.
Time to level up your closet.
Though, it's no definitive version.
Pinch those pennies. It's nearly Steam Summer Sale time.
UNPREDICTABLE | In a post-E3 daze, Caty plays Wolfenstein: The New Order, and watches the greatest reality show of all-time, Terrace House.
Plus, some Heroes of the Storm-barred skins join lootboxes.
Beware of the wave of "overwhelmingly negative" protest Steam reviews.
E3 has a tendency to bury the smaller stuff, but worry not.
There looks to be little RPG-ness in this upcoming DLC.
Insomniac confirms with a simple tweet.
I dream of owning an E3-branded spatula that says "gamer" on it.
Props to Ubisoft for announcing a game that's hardly in development.
And he's a familiar face.
The optional second player can control Mario's hat, Cappy.
The 3DS is getting another game.
A J-Stars Victory VS for the obscure Japanese game crowd.
Thanks to fan-made "zombie" matches, an actual zombie mode is on its way.
Even Super Mario Maker makes an appearance.
And Yakuza 6 gets a new trailer too.
Who was the best dressed during E3 2017's many press conferences? Caty's on the case.
The long-awaited sequel was first announced nearly a decade ago, which was then-five years after the original game.
And luckily, with "none of that $60 multiplayer bullshit."