E3 2019

Tesla Cars can already do a bevy of things regular vehicles cannot, speaking with Bethesda Games, Todd Howard at E3, Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk confirmed the Tesla owners will be able to play games, watch YouTube and use more apps in their electric cars on the ample built-in touchpad screen.

The hit Netflix original show, Stranger Things has been making a lot of headlines ahead of its third season launching in July. We learned a Nike capsule collection is on the way earlier this week, and now the company announced that a new RPG mobile game based on the show that looks to rival Pokémon […]

The retro console craze is showing no signs of letting up, well at least not for the moment. On the last day of E3, Konami dropped the bombshell that it is bringing back a miniature version of the TurboGrafx-16 that was initially manufactured and marketed by NEC Home Electronics, and designed by Hudson Soft.

EA, Microsoft, Square Enix, and Ubisoft all shared what gamers can look forward to in 2019 and beyond. Now, its Nintendo’s turn to show its faithful fans what games they can look forward too on their Nintendo Switch consoles.

With PlayStation deciding to pass on E3 2019, Square Enix was thrown into the prime time slot usually reserved for Sony which generally closes out E3 in grand style. The game studio knew they had to bring it this year and we are happy to report they had a solid showing thanks in large part […]

EA, Microsoft, and Bethesda have all shown their hands and now its Ubisoft’s turn to let the video game world what’s coming down the pipeline.

Bethesda didn’t have a great year thanks in large part to the disastrous rollout of Fallout 76 which was plagued with tons of issues. Knowing it has some making it up to do this year, the company managed to show it was sorry and made up with some substantial announcements during its E3 conference.

EA unofficially kicked things off yesterday with its EA Play conference and showing off Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order plus many other games. Sunday (Jun.10) Microsoft officially got E3 2019 started with its press conference, and like last year it was all about games, games & more games plus some a surprise or two.

At the FINAL FANTASY VII: A Symphonic Reunion orchestra concert in Los Angeles (Jun.9) Square Enix announced when PS4 owners can expect the first episode of the highly-anticipated title.

E3 2019 doesn’t officially begin until Sunday (Jun. 9), but that didn’t stop EA from kicking things off with its EA Play event. Serving as the unofficial kickoff to the annual video game convention, the company decided to show off some gameplay footage of Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and it looks very promising.