By King Ether | @_kingether | 2:00 PM EST, Sat., July 20, 2019
On Saturday, June 8, Electronic Arts opted to do a 3-hour livestream broadcast from EA Play 2019 prior to the annual Electronics Entertainment Expo, also known as E3. The show had a lineup of new games and updates, which included Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Apex Legends, Battlefield V, Fifa ‘20, Madden ‘20 and The Sims 4 throughout the broadcast showcase.
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By Michael “Auronblade60” Williams | @Auronblade60 | 2:55 PM EST, Fri. July 19, 2019
Video games can be hard.
Certain games like Dark Souls have almost built a legacy around being difficult and overcoming those challenges; However, in the case of most games, they are not built around failure. To fail in most video games is to die and simply respawn. It is a punishment which takes away more of the player’s time or loss of an item or experience. However, in a subsection of games, failure is a part of the process and not the end of the road.
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By Jazzmin “BunnieBlue” Windom | @HunnieBunz | 12:45 PM EST, Fri. July 19, 2019
With the hype from E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) still lingering in the minds of many gamers, all the big name AAA titles seemed to be taking all of the spotlight back in June. Little do some know that every now and then, less-known games pop up and catch the eyes of many through the independent, also known as Indie, genre. Below are my top 10 Indie games post E3:
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By Tashaun “JerzeeBalla” Brown | @JerzeeBalla | 9:50 PM EST, Tues. July 16, 2019
Every year, gamers across the globe celebrate a holiday in June known as Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as E3. It’s a glorious occasion that is full of wonder, excitement, disappointment and surprises. This year’s #E32019 received a huge blow when Sony announced that they wouldn’t be attending. That news pushed all the attention squarely towards Microsoft. Of course, there were other companies with products to show off, but Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo are the companies we are always most interested in.
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