The enigmatic Suda51 and company on the forthcoming multiplayer hack-and-slash survival game that used to be Lily Bergamo.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' is E3's outstanding game in the eyes of the critics, which sets Nintendo in great stead for an NX comeback.
All of the big talking points from the super-expo in Los Angeles: the food, the fashion, the toilets, the tat, and just a few new video games.
After confusion over what could be interpreted as a Gamergate reference in the forthcoming Wii U game, the publisher sets the record straight.
Abzû, just look at you. You are beautiful. I want to swim around in you for as long as I can. Because you're a gorgeous game about swimming.
Bend Studio's first home console game for years is ambitious, certainly, with just a whiff of The Last of Us about it.
You can't play them all, but we did get our hands on, and faces in front of, the intriguing likes of 'Yooka-Laylee', 'Absolver' and 'Mafia III'.
What's happening, what's exciting, and just what the hell is 'ReCore' about, anyway? We get the answers from the General Manager of Microsoft Studios Global Planning.
We played the long-awaited PlayStation exclusive at E3 2016, and trust us: this is a special game, rich in singular appeal, despite its "problems".
What we see of the Stone-and-Parker-penned game at E3 2016 fills us with such confidence that even more bad fart gags can't damage our anticipation.
Breath of the Wild feels as organic, as inviting, as the original The Legend of Zelda, and this is A Good Thing.
I didn't come to LA expecting to travel home desperately wanting a headset to call my own, but then Arkham VR and Resi 7 happened, and here we are.