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Gamebox 2.0: Games of August 2021

August 27, 2021

Summer is winding down but the gaming hasn’t slowed a bit. We squeezed the last bits of summer gaming as we checked out another batch of PC and console titles over the past month. We visited a cyberpunk future, redressed tackey clothing, fought as a blind warrior prince, protected our squadmates in WW2, and more! Our reviews are below for our August edition of the Gamebox.

E3 2021 Wrap-Up

June 16, 2021

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.

Musical Montage: Saliva “The Spy Hunter Theme”

July 15, 2019

Midway’s highly successful reboot of Spy Hunter back in 2001 was no stranger to that era’s obsession with nu-metal, recruiting Saliva to perform a new version of the Peter Gunn theme along with including the band’s video for “Your Disease” on the game’s disc as a bonus feature.

E3 2019: Microsoft

June 9, 2019

The biggest dog at the conference since Sony declined to attend E3 this year, Microsoft took the opportunity to reveal details about their next console along with new trailers for games like Halo: Infinite, Gears 5, Battletoads, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Cyberpunk 2077 (with Keanu!!?!) and more.

E3 2017: Microsoft

June 11, 2017

Microsoft revealed their newest console, the Xbox One X, along with new trailers and footage for their exclusives like Crackdown 3 and Sea of Thieves and third party titles like Middle-Earth: Shadow of War and Assassin’s Creed Origins.

Video Games: The Movie Trailer

June 24, 2014

Nerdy celebs and industry veterans detail the evolution of video games from simple blips and bloops to the blockbuster, triple A games of today in the upcoming documentary, Video Games: The Movie.