Post #E32019: Top 10 Indie Games Picks For The Upcoming Season

By Jazzmin “BunnieBlue” Windom | @HunnieBunz12:45 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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REVIEW — Microsoft E3 2019: You Had One Job

By Tashaun “JerzeeBalla” Brown | @JerzeeBalla9:50 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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RECAP — The 5 Most Notable Announcements of the Pre-E3 2019 Press Conferences

By Paul “Tru1P” Holston | @Tru1P3:10 PM EST, Thurs. June 13, 2019

The future of gaming continues to evolve for the next generation. There’s no better place for gaming in the middle of June than at the Los Angeles Convention Center during the world’s premier event for computer and video games that is the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo. Prior to the official kickoff of #E32019 this week, millions of gamers from around the world got to witness the video game industry’s top companies showcase their newest games and a few surprises that many have anticipated prior to E3.
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Short, But Sweet: PlayStation’s Second #StateOfPlay Gives Final Fantasy Fanatics Hope In FF7 Remake

By Paul “Tru1P” Holston | @Tru1P |11:35 AM EST, Fri. May 10, 2019

Forty-five days after the debut of PlayStation’s #StateOfPlay live-streamed broadcast, the company showcased its second episode on Thursday, May 9, with an approximate 12-minute press conference that appeared more enlightening for viewers than its first episode.
The episode’s broadcast ranged from a new game expansion, a new version of the PlayStation 4, exclusive console titles and a new trailer of the highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake. Talks about the remake of the legendary role-playing game have been a mystery to many since its initial announcement at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo, the world’s premier event for computer and video games that is also known as E3.
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