As we head into the weekend, we highlight the week's most important stories and features.
E3 is opening its doors to the general public. Good idea, or bad idea?
Ticket prices are steep, and show details are scant. So what's actually happening at E3 2017?
The ESA makes a bid for E3 to return to prominence.
But he can still kick some serious ass.
Persona 5's ambition has pushed Atlus to the limit.
A lively show puts to rest worries about E3's relevance, at least for now.
Finally, a Legend of Zelda that cuts to the chase.
Tune in for a solid hour of Trials' latest installment—one wrapped in the goofy vibe of Ubisoft's Far Cry spinoff.
Quantic Dreams’ latest looks absolutely stunning... but how does it play?
Sorry for the inside baseball, but I have to get this off my chest.
No one should discount the power of a good single-player campaign in the strategy space.
Well, kind of. Anyway, the new game is looking sharp.
Not that they needed to; their lineup of niche software stands on its own.
Perhaps the most unusual upcoming Xbox One game of all involves cannibalistic slimes.
Developer Grezzo brings new IP to Nintendo's RPG beast of a handheld.
But not for the reason you might expect.
Ubisoft's showing at E3 2016 revealed an absolute bevy of upcoming games. Here's a quick recap.
Two more publishers decide that there's no reason to have a spot on the E3 showfloor this year.
As another E3 passes us by, how the rest of the year will pan out in light of what we know?
Classic compilations return in a big way this E3, but not all anthologies are created equal.
From strategic to sassy, Nintendo is taking lessons (and a bite) of every hot kids' property they can.
The big three make their bid for relevancy by moving in their own distinct directions.
Your friends at USgamer go over the highs and lows of E3 2015 so far.
Mike takes a look at Ubisoft's multiplayer shot at medieval warfare.
Curious as to what's on the horizon for Square-Enix? Check in today at 10:00am PT and watch their conference livestream right here on USgamer.
Wondering how Electronic Arts will handle the year to come? Check in today at 1:00pm PT and watch their conference livestream right here on USgamer.
What's next for Ubisoft? Check in today at 3:00pm PT and watch their conference livestream right here on USgamer.
Though Bob won't be attending this year's event in person, he'll still be on the lookout for a familiar target: something totally unexpected.