All texts by Kieran Harris
The game will take to the green on June 25.
Its release will coincide with a new arena called Spaceport Showdown.
Players will be able to experience up to four hours of the game's story.
This was at the E3 Awards that took place yesterday.
True Colors and the Remastered Collection are heading to the hybrid machine.
It's releasing right around the corner too on September 10.
It includes remasters of Super Monkey Ball, Super Monkey Ball 2, and Super Monkey Ball Deluxe.
The list includes Axiom Verge 2, Superhot, and Haven.
The original River City Girls is also coming to PS5.
The Souls-like will also be heading to Steam.
The turn-based game will receive several free updates in the future.
They are said to be receiving a "pixel-perfect makeover."
Players can now pre-order the game and receive a 20% discount.
An open beta is taking place June 16-22.
It includes several different martial arts practices.
Hopefully Nintendo's 2021/2022 schedule won't look as dry after tomorrow's showcase.
Is anybody else getting flashbacks to Steep?
The Xbox One version will release June 15.
An interesting shooter with a niche appeal.
It's arriving on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
It has been developed by Nioh creator Team Ninja.
It was teased during Microsoft & Bethesda's E3 conference.
It will be arriving day one on Xbox Game Pass.
It also appears to be receiving a physical release on Xbox.
Double Fine has been reassuring fans for months that the game will launch in 2021.
It will also bee arriving day one on Xbox Game Pass.
Capcom has already confirmed a few of the titles that it will be showcasing.
Devolver previously confirmed that a release date would be on the way.
It's said to include "all new bosses" and "familiar enemies."
We give our first impressions following the game's Ubisoft Forward spotlight.
The open world sports title was delayed indefinitely earlier this year.
It will include an exclusive version of Todrick Hall's song 'Nails, Hair, Hips, and Heels'.
Cross-progression between all platforms is also arriving at the same time.
The big reveal from this presentation has been teased to be a new game from Eidos Montreal.
This will be the pair's first E3 conference together following the acquisition.
It also received a new trailer at the second Guerrilla Collective E3 showcase.
It will have an initial run of six episodes.
Cottage Living is set to launch on July 22.
The team-based shooter also received a new gameplay trailer at Summer Game Fest.
The track Tell Me What You Want was premiered during Summer Game Fest.
Anything can happen during the indie publisher's E3 spot.
Bethesda admits that it's now tough to get a full lobby together.
It was previously released on mobile platforms.
The long-awaited RPG is coming to PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series.
The skin was revealed during this year's Summer Game Fest.
It's set to launch in Q1 2022.
Amazon Games is publishing the title in these territories.
The sequel was leaked by the Microsoft Store earlier this month.
It features the same cartoonish visuals that we all remember and love.
This version looks to include additional content and next-gen optimisations.