This year’s E3 showed off a bunch of interesting games. Unfortunately, none of them are coming out this week.
This week is E3, which means tons of games are getting announced and none of them are actually coming out, at least not right now.
June holds the bizarre distinction of being one of both the most and least exciting months in gaming. Players may be thrilled to discover all the news and details for upcoming games via E3, but chances are they won’t actually see many AAA titles launching.
It’s been nearly four years since the game that looked like if Wind Waker had a baby with Ico was announced. How time flies!
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: who do you think would win in a fight, Batman or Superman?
They just don’t make first-person shooters like they used to. Except for Strafe.
It feels like only yesterday a giant open-world game was coming out every week. But alas here we are, inching towards the summer drought like a caterpillar in a cabbage patch.
Picking stuff up in games will never get old.
It’s time to leave childish things like tower climbing, cyborg-dino slaying, and planet scanning behind and go hit the books.
Some places are worth returning to as often as possible on each new console.
When things in this galaxy get too predictable, it’s time to pick up and lift off for another. Maybe humanity can finally find peace outside the Milky Way.
It turns out the future has been delayed, so let’s play with some psychopathic stuffed animals instead.
Sunglasses are out, protective leather coverings are in.
Who will wear the fighting lizard-like, arthropodic creatures better: Link or Aloy?
Samurai Dark Souls is finally here. And not much else.
Some games just wanna have fun.
Games in The Final Fantasy Series
Further distancing the company from rumors that its 2014 lineup had been canned, today's third quarter 2012 financial results from THQ list inSANE, Warhammer 40K: Dark Millennium Online, and several more unannounced core titles that should be showing up over the next couple of years.
Another year, another twelve months filled with new game releases, extravagant gaming events, and big hardware releases. How can anyone hope to keep them all straight? Kotaku's 2012 Gamer's Calendar is here to help.