After a year off, E3 came back to showcase the next generation of games, hardware, and creators to check out. With over 30 companies and special presentations, it was 20+ hours of content for gamers to stream. With big game devs waiting all year to unleash huge announcements, it was an exciting event to guess would be revealed. However, not every game presentation sparked huge excitement. We rounded up the best announcements and trailers we think were great. And maybe one or two that are just plain goofy to watch again.
SNK has some new content coming in 2021, and fighting fans should get ready. KOF VX‘s producer Yasuyuki Oda and creative director Eisuke Ogura recently release a teaser trailer of it’s latest character developments and their buildup to the official trailer coming January 7th. This long-awaited entry in the series marks a big milestone since […]
Sam Elliott plays a legendary World War II hero who is recruited by the FBI to hunt Bigfoot, which may be the source of a possible deadly pandemic, in The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then Bigfoot.
Will Smith plays secret agent Lance Sterling and Tom Holland plays his nerdy gadget guy Walter in next year’s animated comedy from Blue Sky Studios, Spies in Disguise.
Channel Zero’s Amy Forsyth finds herself in almost the exact same situation that she was in No-End House as she and a group of friends head to an extreme horror theme park but find themselves the target of a real masked killer hiding among the scare actors.