Microsoft Confirms E3 2019 Press Conference For June 9th

The biggest gaming convention is just a couple of months away and the hype is already building. Microsoft has a major presence at E3 and this year won’t be any different. The company has confirmed that its E3 2019 press conference will take place on Sunday, June 9th. That’s where the company will talk about its plans for the future of Xbox.


EA Will Be Skipping E3 2019 In Favor Of Its Own Event

If you were hoping to see EA at E3 2019 this year, you might be disappointed to learn that the company will not be making an appearance. This probably affects those who are watching the E3 show live and in person, but for those who are watching from home, not to worry because EA has instead announced that they will be hosting EA PLAY.


Halo Infinite Will Be Making An Appearance At E3 2019

If you’re a fan of the Halo franchise, then you’ll be pleased to learn that at E3 2019, the next installment in the Halo franchise will be making its grand entrance. This will come in the form of Halo Infinite which will essentially be the successor to Halo 5: Guardians that was originally launched back in 2015.


Next-Gen Xbox ‘Lockhart’ And ‘Anaconda’ Could Make Their Debut At E3

Microsoft’s Xbox One was originally announced and launched back in 2013, which means that the console is about 6 years old now and is ripe to be replaced by a newer console, at least based on previous console release patterns in the past. It seems that time could be now, or at least at E3 this year.


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Xbox Boss Says They Have A Lot To Share At E3 2019

E3 2019 is still more than half a year away, but it looks like Microsoft is starting to hype everyone up. In a recent tweet by Xbox boss Phil Spencer, the exec confirmed that they will have a lot of things to share with fans and gamers at the event, although what exactly those announcements will be remains to be seen.


Nintendo Confirms That They Will Be At E3 2019

Sony’s presence at E3 has been more or less a guarantee ever since the event was launched. However the company recently confirmed that for E3 2019, they will not be present. For those worried about Sony’s absence and whether or not this could be a sign of trouble in the industry, it seems that other companies don’t seem to be too bothered.


Sony Will Be Skipping E3 2019

For the past few E3 events, companies like Sony have been pretty much a mainstay where it is guaranteed that the company will be at the event to make some kind of PlayStation related announcement. Unfortunately for E3 2019, Sony will be breaking their streak because the company has confirmed that they will not be in attendance.


Nintendo Celebrating E3 2018 With A Sale On Switch & 3DS Games

If you’ve been meaning to get your hands on some Nintendo Switch and/or 3DS titles but felt that some of them were a tad expensive, you’ll be pleased to learn that to celebrate E3 2018 (which has since ended), Nintendo has launched a special sale in which select games have received some pretty big discounts.


Tetsuya Nomura Reassures That Final Fantasy VII Remake Is In Development

While Kingdom Hearts 3 was no doubt the focus on Square Enix’s E3 2018 presentation, a notable absence at Square Enix’s presentation was the Final Fantasy VII remake. The game was announced a couple of years ago but fast forward to today, Square Enix has revealed little to nothing about the game and their progress.


Turtle Beach Unveils Recon 200, Stealth 300 Gaming Headsets

When it comes to gaming headsets, there are plenty of choices available in the market today. Some can be rather expensive and comes with all the bells and whistles for gamers who feel like they could benefit from those features, but if you’re not necessarily a hardcore gamer, Turtle Beach could have a couple of headsets for you.


Yoshi For The Nintendo Switch Delayed To 2019

Earlier this year, it was speculated that Nintendo could share additional reviews about its Yoshi game for the Nintendo Switch, and possibly even offer up a release date at E3 2018. However amidst all of Nintendo’s announcements during its conference at the event, there was no mention of the game at all.


Fortnite For Nintendo Switch Downloaded 2 Million Times In First Day

Considering how popular Fortnite Battle Royale is, it made a lot of sense that Nintendo would want to get the game onto its platform, which they did when they officially announced its launch and availability on the Switch yesterday. It turned out to be a pretty smart move because according to the official numbers, it has since been downloaded 2 million times.


Indie Platformer ‘Hollow Knight’ Officially Launched On The Switch

While the Nintendo Switch is home to quite a few big name titles, especially from Nintendo’s own franchises, the console also seems to be doing a good job of attracting indie developers. For those who might be familiar with indie platformer Hollow Knight, which launched in 2017, you’ll be pleased to learn that it is now available for the Switch.


Poke Ball Plus Will Include Rare Pokemon Mew

Ahead of E3 2018, Nintendo actually announced some new Pokemon games in the form of the new Pokemon: Let’s Go series. Nintendo also announced that there would be an accessory for gamers in the form of the Poke Ball Plus which would also double up as a controller for the game.