E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) archive
E3 could end up looking more like Comic-Con.
What games does Microsoft have to show off at E3? Find out by following our Xbox E3 conference live blog. Will we see a new Halo and Gears of War?
Street Racing is a fun way to earn cash in GTA Online - and a good Rally Racing team can earn huge bucks. Here's the best way to approach both these activities.
The first big three conference gets a time and date.
Elder Scrolls 6, Fallout 5, Doom 2? We'll find out this E3.
A report from Poland's largest gaming website says we'll be seeing a lot more of Cyberpunk 2077 later this year.
Our comprehensive roundup of all our coverage for E3 2017, organized for your browsing convenience. Plus, conference times, pre-show rumors, and more!
Watch the EA Play livestream as Caty shares her thoughts on all of the news coming out of today's event.
Arguably the biggest video game trade show in the world, E3 has had some ups and downs over the years, and we've rounded up the very biggest moments from the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Rumors abound with regard to brand new games that could be revealed by Bethesda, Sony, Microsoft and more at E3 2017.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Now that the show is over, we sort out our favorites. First up, editor Jeremy Parish weighs in on his picks of the show.
USgamer's inaugural Mailbag feature kicks off next week, and we want your contributions!
Want to find a game that dares to be different? Look for the ones that place a woman in the lead role.
Team USG spends some time at Sony's E3 booth and discovers a shocking truth: it's full of games!
Team USG infiltrates Microsoft's E3 booth, then swiftly exfiltrates again for a chat about what they saw.
Team USG gets together for a round-table discussion of what they all saw at Nintendo's E3 booth. Reggie Fils-A-Mech was, sadly, nowhere to be seen.
The final day of E3 2014 rolls around, and we want to hear your thoughts.
Hideo Kojima's latest creation expands upon the greatest ideas from past installments, all while making them more accessible than ever.
Mobile games don't have to be sloppy, exploitative, joyless messes, and Square Enix Montreal has become a shining example.
Though superficially different, Evolve manages to improve upon Capcom's tried and true formula.
Having played the latest versions for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, we're reminded of what makes Nintendo's brawler so interesting.
This morning saw Eiji Aonuma boast about the scope of his latest creation. If he has the courage of his convictions, this new Zelda could be just what the series needs.
Looking for our thoughts on the big press events from the opening of E3? Look no further.
Bungie's massive online shooter covers familiar ground with panache.
Despite cheerful lipservice, Sony is one step away from sticking Vita in a boat and setting fire to it at this point. But it doesn't have to be like that.
Sega shows off more of Creative Assembly's tense space survival game, and the Alien isn't the only monster.
Ubisoft's adventures in historical murder bring us to places few games go -- but does the series' annualization speak to next-gen's lack of ambition?
There's more Halo on the way, but does the franchise still have legs enough to justify it all?
DICE showed barely any of its upcoming Star Wars title, but it was enough to get a feel for what to expect.
Microsoft’s press event was all about playing online with your friends and enemies.
On the heels of a rough launch for the Xbox One, Microsoft opts to play it safe.
Hideki Kamiya's newest project looks stunning, but probably wouldn't have come into being without its status as an exclusive.
E3 2014 gets underway with a day full of press conferences. We want to hear what you think about everything that's going on!
Square Enix reintroduced Final Fantasy XV at E3 2013, but for 2014 it's missing in action again. What does this mean for the game?
Publishers are starting to announce their games before E3 instead of at E3. What's going on here?
Batman's next adventure arms him with high-caliber assault weapons. But it's cool, he still totally hates guns.
Watch Dogs' Profiler means there's a fewer crimes in Aiden's digital city of Chicago.
Does Bungie's new multiplayer shooter have what it takes to stand out in a crowded market of open-world and MMO games, or will this large-scale take on Halo be a snoozer?
Speaking to investors, Satoru Iwata explains Nintendo's vision for the near future.
The floodgates have opened and we finally have some more concrete information on Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.
Ascension developer Stoneblade Entertainment brings accessibility, convenience, and Pro Tour know-how to the recent electronic TCG movement with SolForge.
Eurogamer's Chris Donlan asks: for games, is the story less important than the telling?
Watch Dogs gets a firm release date and we learn why the game was delayed in the first place.
Atari Lynx fans rejoice! The classic-ish puzzler Chip's Challenge has a sort-of-official follow-up.
The game streaming service grew immensely last year.
The 3DS crosses another sales milestone and Yoshi's New Island is coming to stores on March 14.
Apparently the company wasn't satisfied with the negative reaction it had already garnered at E3.
Here's all the winners and announcements from this year's version of Spike TV's Video Game Awards show.
We check out Australian indie developer Witch Beam Games' upcoming manic shooter Assault Android Cactus, and how it's drawn inspiration from Radiant Silvergun, Ikaruga and the distinctive Dreamcast-era "Sega look."
Square Enix US/Europe CEO Phil Rogers promises "the best quality games possible, faster."
Mario and Luigi leapt into their first starring roles in an arcade adventure its creators seem oddly eager to forget.
Mega Man's inclusion on the Super Smash Bros. roster may hint that Capcom's robot is set to rise again.
The folks from Nintendo and Retro Studios share the details on the Kong family's first high-definition adventure.
Thanks to subtle design tweaks and great controls, Diablo III makes the transition from PC to consoles - and feels all the better for it.
Octodad: Dadliest Catch was the least intuitive, most amusing thing on the E3 show floor, tentacles down.
SMT4 designer Masayuki Doi wants to take SMT fans to school... fashion school, that is.
The third phase of beta testing for Square-Enix's relaunched MMO begins today and continues over the weekend.
Pixelated survival horror adventure Lone Survivor is making the jump to Sony platforms with a wealth of new bits and pieces.
On the off-chance you haven't yet played all the Metal Gear games, you'll be able to get caught up next month.
Nintendo gave us its E3 Nintendo Direct at some ungodly hour this morning; the USG team gives its thoughts on the content therein.
EA dropped a few interesting nuggets of info on us during their press conference, but it was mostly quite predictable. USG editors weigh in.
A ton of info was dropped on us during Microsoft's press conference, but what did we think of it? More to the point, what do you think?
Microsoft's E3 press conference today was indeed, as promised, "all about the games" - Metal Gear Solid V, Titanfall and much more.
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