Every PC game announced or trailered at E3 2017

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Each year E3 rolls around like a giant evil worm, crushing all that’s good and pure. BUT that worm also announces lots of exciting gaming news as it wreaks its carnage upon the Earth. Here we have gathered every announcement, reveal, and exciting new trailer that emerged from the barrage of screamed press conferences over the last few days. And lots of it looks rather spiffy.

A rather enormous 47 PC games were either announced, revealed, or updated upon, with new trailers, information, and released dates that will all be missed by at least three months. We’ve collected the lot, with trailers, in alphabetical order, into one neat place, just for you.

To browse through the collection, click the little red arrows or use the little arrow keys on your keyboard. There is much goodness to be found. All condemnation is of the trailers, or the presentation, not the games we haven’t played.

If you want to find a particular game you already know was shown, then here’s a handy index page.


  1. Carra says:

    Assassin’s Creed Egypt Origins Oranges

    • Nauallis says:

      It’s all the proof we need that Ubisoft (Ass Creed Oranges), Blizzard (Overwatch Oranges), and Bioware (Dragon Age Oranges) are actually the same company controlled by an unholy alliance composed of an underground developer cabal and warmth-loving orchardists.

      That or people just like oranges. And today I learned that orchardist is a real word. And if you study fruit it’s called pomology.

      • Mumbles says:

        Pshaw. Ass Creed Bro (Porno Edition) is without the best game title ever.

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    Drib says:

    Am I the only one that liked Fallout 4? I don’t plan on re-buying it in VR, but still.

    • Quite So says:

      I liked it as well, and everyone I know that played it liked it. I think not liking it is mostly an internet thing.

      Also not buying the VR version though…

      • LexW1 says:

        It isn’t an “internet thing”.

        One of my friends who has probably never posted on a forum in his goddamn life, and certainly doesn’t read anything gaming-related, was expressing his disappointment in FO4 only recently.

        No in the usual vitrolic internet terms, but words like “boring” and “silly” and phrases like “It’s no Skyrim” were used.

        I note that as soon as Skyrim SE came out, Fallout 4 vanished from his PS4, never to be seen again.

      • Paranoid says:

        I think ‘Internet Thing’ is the perfect way to put it. FO4 was far better than FO3 and not as good as FO:NV, simple as that. The thing is, FO:NV is amazing, and living up to it would have been almost impossible given the technical advancements FO4 wanted to implement.

    • SaintAn says:

      Fallout 4 is a great Far Cry game, but a terrible Fallout game. That’s why it’s both hated and loved. Make sure to pirate it if you plan to buy it in VR though. Do not give any money to Bethesda.

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        Drib says:

        “Do not give any money to Bethesda.”

        Any particular reason why, other than you don’t like them?

        I like the Elder Scrolls series. I have since Daggerfall. The new Doom was extraordinarily good. What makes you want to never give Bethesda money again?

        • Hartford688 says:

          General elitist jackassery one suspects.

          Admits it is a good game, then advises to pirate an upgrade so as to “stick it to da man”.

          First World problem made out to be a moral stand.

          • LexW1 says:

            Whilst you are probably correct, I suspect the fact that they are selling the same game over and over and over again, at full price in many cases, might be the cause of his nerd rage. Skyrim, Skyrim SE, Skyrim Switch, Skyrim VR. Fallout 4, Fallout 4 VR. Doom, Doom VFR. Etc.

            Without even fixing some of the large bugs that have been in Skyrim since 2011, either, I might add! :)

            Though Doom VFR does at least appear to technically be a different game.

    • Carra says:

      I liked it a lot, enough that i have 103 hours played with it.

      Its biggest problem is that it is quite similar to Fallout 3/New Vegas. But there are 5 years in between Vegas & Fallout 4 so I don’t mind that much.

      • LexW1 says:

        Personally, the huge explorable world, and relatively good combat/crafting, got me 40 hours in before, total, overwhelming boredom and ennui overcame me. By contrast I have over 400 hours on Skyrim/SE.

        Personally I felt like the central problem with FO4 was that it wasn’t enough like NV in the ways that mattered. It didn’t have compelling characters, or much of a story, it didn’t manage to trick me into caring, and so on. I was just “Uh-huh, yep, whatever” to everyone all game. I can’t think of anyone who I cared about at all, save maybe Nick Valentine (a coincidence his initials are NV? I think not!). Whereas with FO:NV, I was seriously angry with Caesar and his Legion, and had beefs or friendships with a lot of other characters, at least in my mind!

    • LewdPenguin says:

      You’re not the only one, I’m finding it enjoyable enough having picked it up a couple of weeks ago after the free weekend when it was cheapo.

      That said I can see where much of the hating stems from, so far in my few hours with it it’s at best not that great as a Fallout game, and at times (ie anything story related) utterly bonkers, which I can appreciate being something of an issue for those that bought it wanting a good Fallout game. Things like occasional random performance issues, a lack of polish in parts and that the whole thing still fails to resolve the long standing issue that melding a RPG into a FPS ends up with core gameplay that’s never quite felt right the last 2 times and still doesn’t now all fail to help the games cause much.

      Instead it’s a perfectly enjoyable apocalypse-themed ubilike, and at ~£14 both a bargain to me and something I’m a bit more willing to ignore the many flaws with, but yeah I’d probably have rioted a bit too if I’d shelled out £40-50 on it at launch expecting something that contined in the same vein as New Vegas.

    • John Walker says:

      Just to be clear, I said “most disappointing”. Bearing in mind the high bar the previous games have set, let alone its Elder Scrolls cousins, that’s not quite as damning as it might suggest. But blimey, I was disappointed by it.

      The rest of the vitriol in that entry is purely aimed at VR.

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        Drib says:

        Well, most disappointing main line Fallout game, maybe.

        Did you play Brotherhood of Steel? I hope you did not.

    • nattydee says:

      I think when people shit on Fallout 4 it’s in the same vein as people who thought Morrowind was the bee’s knees hating on Skyrim. They’re both bigger, brighter, and substantially more diluted than the games that came before them.

      I have a couple hundred hours in Fallout 4, but I’m quite certain it’s a Bad Game™. It does a fine job vaguely resembling F3/FNV at certain points, but at its core it’s a Far Cry derivative, a collect-a-thon that undermines itself the majority of the time.

      If you don’t take it too seriously though it’s good fun :) The full-fledged DLC bits are quite nice as well. And it wasn’t until I finally splurged on a jetpack-equipped Power Armor that I realized how much simple fun could be had traversing the rooftops of ruined Boston.

      But it’s still a Bad Game™

    • brucethemoose says:

      I’m playing it now, love FO4 so far.

      I do have it loaded down with mods for my first playthrough, which probably helps.

      I think the companion characters are great (by Bethesda standards). Heck, I can’t even remember who followed me around in the other Bethesda games, but I’m already attached to Deacon, Piper, and Valentine. And it has great lore tucked away everywhere like the other games.

      Then again, I also liked Oblivion (particularly the Shivering Isles), so maybe I’m just crazy.

      • brucethemoose says:

        OK, that was a lie. I looked them up, and I definitely remember Rex, Fawkes, and the Adoring Fan.

    • Zenicetus says:

      I liked it, but only after figuring out what I did and didn’t like about it, and playing it on my own terms.

      I hated the whole “build a settlement” mechanic, so I only did enough of that for crafting resources. I liked Valentine as a companion. The writing for him was fun. In real life I went to school in Cambridge MA for a short time in my college years, and it was fun to nuke that area and make it glow as one of the the plot options. Otherwise, the main plot was forgettable. The DLC in Maine (forget the name) wasn’t bad, I avoided the other ones. That’s all I remember.

      I would play another Fallout that wasn’t worse than this one. Low expectations, but there aren’t many games like this.

    • Voxavs says:

      I liked it, but the more I played the more disappointed it made me. IMO the weakest Bethesda game to date.

    • Wulfram says:

      Half the people who bought it on Steam apparently spent at least 60 hours on it, so I think you can say that quite a lot of people liked it.

  3. Kreeth says:

    I’ve just read all of this and already have zero recollection of any of it. How on earth did you manage to write the thing?

  4. Jeremy says:

    I’m mostly excited for Wolfenstein 2 because a bunch of real life Nazis think it’s racist. Just writing that sentence made me happy.

  5. DoomBroom says:

    As one of the seven owners of a VR kit and PC powerful enough to play Doom VFR and Fallout 4 VR, I’m very exited!

    • Thirith says:

      Same here, though I’m hoping they’ll get a proper release for Oculus Rift. I’m sure that if not, there’ll be workarounds, but I’d prefer the Touch controllers to be supported rather than just tolerated.

      • Clavus says:

        Sadly doubt it, with the ongoing legal battle between Facebook and Zenimax. Rift owners will have to content with OpenVR support.

  6. LexW1 says:

    Normally I am bored rigid by everything at E3, particularly the AAA stuff, but I did see some things which looked interesting, at least.

    Anthem – has potential, remains to be seen whether Bioware will really make it story-heavy with decisions and fully-playable in SP, as they claim. If it is a good game with a Bioware-ish story and drop-in-drop-out co-op, though, that could be fantastic.

    FarCry 5 – Looks utterly tasteless and like the first FarCry game I may buy since Blood Dragon.

    Shadow of War – Utterly bonkers, and looks like a massive upgrade on the already-insane Mordor, so I am going to have to work not to pre-order this one.

    TW:Warhammer 2 – I see no reason why I wouldn’t get this, given how fun the first was.

    Sea of Thieves – Looks great. Windows 10 store only. So… yeah not getting that.

    Monster Hunter World – I love MH, and official one on PC would be great, but this looks dubious. Tons of sneaking around. Reality is brown colour-palette is a normally very-bright game series. No blood, in a very bloody game series. Strange.

    Indie-wise, Griftlands, M&B II and Wargroove look pretty great.

  7. Nauallis says:

    Geez, John. I realize that the comments have been predominantly a trashfire for the last two days, but those blurb snippets were rather bitter, even for your regularly dour journalistic outlook.

    • John Walker says:

      I like to think they’re as bitter as one might hope, based on my regularly dour journalistic outlook.

      Anyway, it’s perfectly positive when it needs to be, and deeply skeptical when the ghoulish spectacle of E3 nonsense demands.

      • fragmonkey90 says:

        Honestly with this article you just come off as a genius.

      • April March says:

        If I read a John Walker article in which he’s neither bitter nor talking about a colourful puzzle game I immediately demand a refund.

      • Addie says:

        Don’t ever change, John.

      • syndrome says:


      • fragmonkey says:

        Alright I will allow your edit of my previous comment to stand

      • Caiman says:

        Reading John’s takes on these E3 announcements is as enjoyable as listening to Terry Wogan pissing on Eurovision back in the day. Because let’s face it, the majority of this is the same drivel they put out every year, slightly better graphics, slightly more swearing, carbon-copying the latest fad (which this year seems to be either “multiplayer co-op” or saying the word “motherfucker” in the trailer), but otherwise entirely forgettable.

        So there are two games out of that lot that look genuinely interesting, two that might be ok but are tied to the Windows Store (so no thanks), and one guilty pleasure. Otherwise it’s even more of a wash than usual.

        By the way, why no mention of Phoenix Point? There was a neat gameplay stream on offer.

  8. Kingseeker Camargo says:

    So no one saw the trailer for Ashen? Did I dream it?

    • Nauallis says:

      You must’ve. First I’ve heard of it, but it sounds interesting. Thanks for that link.

    • LexW1 says:

      Please tell me it’s not Windows Store only…

      Looks great and is on PC and was at E3 so yeah they did miss it.

      • Kingseeker Camargo says:

        It’s not specified anywhere as far as I can tell, but it *was* one of the 40 GRAET EXCLUSIVE TITLES!!!11 that MS introduced as showcasing lineup for that X XbXoX One XX XXX thing; so I’m afraid it might just be a store exclusive as well.

        Still, it looks so pretty I might even buy it there.

  9. lancelot says:

    “By John Walker”
    “Previously Tunic was called Secret Legend and John played it back in 2015.”

    I knew it was only a matter of time before JW started to refer to himself in third person.

  10. gou says:

    hmm, focus promised to be there showing off bloodbowl 2 legendary edition’s various features, were they a noshow?

    • John Walker says:

      Don’t forget this is just the games that received new trailers at the conferences – there will be a millionty-thousand other trailers appearing over the next week or two.

  11. Abacus says:

    WHYYY is there no release date for Bannerlord yet?! I thought this would be the E3 we would hear an announcement! Guess it will be Gamescom then.

  12. Gordon Shock says:

    The new Metro seems cool and it feels like it could scratch my Stalker itch.

    Aside from that the only game that pumps me up a bit is Vampyr. The way they created both their trailer is pretty cool and can’t wait to immerse myself in that alternate steampunk plague ridden London.

    • Ich Will says:

      Two games from the entire conference it pretty normal, and I would argue quite healthy – The vast majority of games shown are AAA, and those that aren’t are broad market – With the numbers they need to sell to make their money and not be a risk, they are never going to be fresh or exciting – for example last year the only game I was interested in was Horizon Zero Dawn, and even then, I was only mildly excited. While the game was very good, it was very good in the most safe way possible – but I have still had one of the best 12 months of gaming in my life, and I started on a Dragon 32 back in 1984.

  13. trjp says:

    I’ve had my fun out of The Crew – it’s mediocre in almost every way but there’s so much mediocre that it keeps you playing…

    I cannot in my wildest dreams imagine what adding planes to it would benefit – I guess it’s more mediocre stuff to do

    I can’t say I’m not a bit “WTF” about that tho – if I’m honest, I think The Crew is too complex and has too-much stuff going-on and could really use some streamlining – if anything – but I guess “moar moar” is the message?

  14. caff says:

    What a lovely collection of tired iterations of the same old brands.

    I’ll keep an eye on Bannerlord, Ooblets, The Last Night, and Tacoma. And possibly Beyond Good and Evil 2, but they’d better not screw it up.

  15. Generico says:

    I wonder what innovative ways EA’s marketing department will find to ruin Anthem. Will it be a new twist on microtransaction P2W? Will they sell the game world in pieces as “DLC” on day one? Will they require paying customers to install ransomware on their computer to “prevent piracy”? All of the above? I await the answers with bated breath.

    • brucethemoose says:

      At least it’s not another iteration of ME3/MEA’s crate system. Someone at EA earned themselves a seat in hell for that.

  16. wandererbr says:

    You guys missed Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom.

  17. Jason Moyer says:

    I can only assume Cuphead is missing because it’s gotten an E3 trailer every year since 1985.

  18. April March says:

    This is going to sound silly, but what’s the joke with Transference? What does the letter it begins with have to do with it? Is it because entries in this article are in alphabetical order and I’m too dumb to realize that was the dumb joke?

  19. temujin33 says:

    That’s sad. There is nothing on this list that really stokes me. I might end up spending money on a few of ’em, but nothing to really look forward too. Are we growing apart, does this mean we’re breaking up? I want simpler games done better. Spelunky with awesome co-op or a well done Tetris game. Sigh…

  20. racccoon says:

    I’ve seen 42 out of the 47, before this, not bad. the ones left I never wanted to watch anyway. I did find that youtube was overcrowded with hosting which we really only need a few not dozens, cheers for list though, hope someone see’s a light that they never could find in youtube listing mess.

  21. left1000 says:

    Please continue to give your “lists” a table of contents, this needs a page 50 which just lists and links to all the games. (you used to do this).

    I don’t want to have to click 49 times to read a list, I know sites like buzzfeed do it, but well, I’m never going to click that many times to read a list.

    • theallmightybob says:

      Agreed, lists that aren’t list but really slide shows are annoying to navigate. This isn’t a list at all, but it seems like its going to be the new trend around here now. gotta get the extra clicks…

      • John Walker says:

        I promise you I arranged this article this way because I thought it was the most appealing to look at. Let me expand, because I think it’s instructive for those who enjoy wearily pronouncing hit-chasing with no evidence:

        The code for the pagination on our site is a piece of crap, and after eight hours of solid writing this, it all fell apart because it couldn’t cope with videos at the top. After my short breakdown, Graham (the person in charge) suggested that I put it on five or so pages instead, multiple entries per page – but I absolutely hate the aesthetic of that. I wanted this article to be nice, neat entries, one per page, since at least the new pages load very quickly with this system. I especially wanted this, as by putting the games in alphabetical order, it seemed the best design to have people stumble upon games they’d not heard of before, rather than just read about the ones they already know.

        To do that, poor Graham had to sort 47 different images to add to each entry, while I shouted at a wall. The result being the god-awful little red arrows appeared in an almost consistent place (except that the ads loading in fucks that up, but as I’ve mentioned, the code’s a piece of crap), rather than overlapping the videos in a completely unusable way.

        It certainly does have the side effect of generating a lot more pageviews for the site when done this way, but since both the site’s managing editor, and this senior editor, would have happily picked a different presentation that didn’t were it to have been more aesthetically pleasing, conspiracy theories as to our inherent corruption driving all our decisions are a little over-keen.

        “But John, surely you only wrote something like this to get incoming traffic anyway?”

        Well, two answers:

        1) We write everything on this site to get incoming traffic. Or we’d be writing it in our diaries.

        2) My motivation was three-fold. a) A useful article that would collate all the PC game trailers in one place, since I’d been unable to find one on any other site when I looked. b) The traffic such an article would likely generate if others were looking for something similar. c) If I wrote it, it would be cynical and full of jokes, rather than the usual PR/advertising bullshit most sites write when hyping E3.

        Finally, I think an index page is a good idea, and I’ll add one now.

        Edit: Index now added.

        • FreshHands says:

          You can’t fool me John Walker! You are in this for the Money!!

          And don’t use your family or whathever lame reason for an excuse!

        • ansionnach says:

          One per page works for me. Means I can skip one I’m not interested in without having to scroll down and see if there’s something else there. Flicking through them is quick with the arrow keys and I’m on a slow enough connection.

          Even if they were only doing it for clicks, I’m fine with that. Might have to put my hand in my pocket, otherwise!

  22. kud13 says:

    You missed the Steep Expansion, John

  23. darrrrkvengeance says:

    That BG&E2 trailer was pretty awesome, I must admit, even though the game will probably never been released in my lifetime. (I expect any day to hear that they’ve hired George R. R. Martin to finish developing the game.)

  24. Zenicetus says:

    The last few days of E3 info was a flood of information and trailers where I saw a few things I liked. But it was mostly just hitting scroll-down on the pages after seeing Multiplayer, Multiplayer, Co-Op, Multiplayer, Co-Op, Co-Op, Multiplayer… and having absolutely no interest in that.

  25. jamesgecko says:

    Describing Monster Hunter as a “character action game” is doing it a disservice. Like DOTA, it spawned a (less popular but no less nebulous) genre which grows more je ne sais quoi with each increasingly inscrutable release.

    It has extensive crafting, weapon attacks that require flowcharts to properly explain, and some of the best monster AI and animation in anything ever. In theory the game is about PREPARATION and OVERCOMING OBSTACLES and TEAMWORK, but actually it’s about FLYING BY THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTS and THE BEST LAID PLANS, not to mention AWFUL TEAMMATES.

    Very excited that more people will be able to experience it.

    • UncleLou says:

      Yeah, MH is great. There’s the Diablo-like loot hunt, only drops are not random, but you hunt specific monsters for specific parts for specific armour or weapons. It is similarly addictive, but you have more control over what you farm, and since your equipment is everything (you don’t level up), purposeful farming (or “hunting) is everything.

      Then there are the long, long, looooooong battles against the monsters that have no health bar, and that require patience,
      obeservation and knowledge of the weapon set you use.

      It’s a far cry from your usual hack and slash action combat game.

  26. Barts says:

    I’ve read elsewhere that this E3 was showing signs of console mid-life crisis or something, which is why it was so dull. But apparently PC master race is also mid-generation or whatever, because it’s hard to get excited about most of these games.

    That said, after Invisible Inc. I will buy everything with Klei label on it, so keeping an eye on Griftlands. The tagline reminds me of Discworld’s ladies of negotiable affection, which is a good thing.

  27. UncleLou says:

    That’s a handy list, thanks.

    I think that the constant complaints about the Windows 10 store and the exclusivity do not make much sense though, they’re a waste of energy and will fall on deaf ears. Now complaints about the quality of the experience are entirely justified and absolutely necessary, because it is … not very good, but Microsoft sees it as a platform, and it’s an integral part of their business strategy.

    An alternative to the Windows 10 store is a better store by Microsoft, or Xbox exclusivity like it used to be, but we will not see their own IP on Steam, on Windows 8, or anywhere else. We might as well complain about Mario Odyssey being Nintendo exclusive although it could easily run on PCs.

    I think that criticism should focus on the quality, not on its existence, and there’s enough to complain about:

    – the iOS appstore circa 2008layout
    – the ridiculous pricing and the fact that the (frequent) lack of a disc version means it is actually more expensive than buying games on the Xbox
    – the lack of ingame language options (they’re tied to the OS)
    – the cumbersome installation/patching
    – etc. etc. etc.

    I’d actually be glad if people disagreed and convinced me that Microsoft might have a change of heart, but currently I think that the number of (more) games they could sell if they went to Steam or supported older Windows versions is not just way, way down on the list of priorities.

    • UncleLou says:

      Urgh, strike the “not” in the last sentence, please. It’s way down on their list of priorites, not *not* way down. :)

    • Lacero says:

      Late to the party, I’m on my weekend read of long articles,vbut my approach is to ignore it and everything released on it.

      And I say this as someone on Windows 10.

      You’re doomed Microsoft just admit it.

  28. literarylottie says:

    “This author thinks it looks like something from the dying era of the Nintendo DS, developed in a universe where no one has heard of Animal Crossing and Harvest Moon, just colours and buttons and all the copious vomit.”

    Wow, that’s pretty mean-spirited even for you, John. Frankly, I wish a game like this had existed on the DS, else I wouldn’t have sold mine. (BTW, the devs freely acknowledge their debts to Animal Crossing/Harvest Moon, as well as – even moreso – Pokemon. One thing being similar to another doesn’t make it creatively bankrupt. Did you get this frothy over Stardew Valley?)

    • poliovaccine says:

      As someone who feels *precisely* the same as John about that one, I’ll freely admit it may be mean-spirited, but I damn well like seeing my perspective represented, especially when there’s only one writer here who really does so consistently (tho in a world like that game’s I feel almost anything normal and rational would be construed as “mean” and likely to cause “owies” so mean is relative* here).

      *struggling not to make the means and averages joke I wanted to make

      But yeah. When I see a game like that, and a writeup not like John’s, but like Brendan’s, I just think to myself, “People are into this? Am I quite sure I’m people?”

      Anyway, John does quite a lot of gushing about things that are nice or pretty for those things’ own sake (his review is how I came to pick up Rakuen). Sometimes so much so that I think it must be the parenthood effect/congealing of the brain.

      Anyway, I very much like nice, pretty things myself sometimes. I just draw the line at babytalk, which is what that is in game form.

      Also, the copious vomit line made me chuckle out loud. Cant please everyone, but he pleases me.

  29. poliovaccine says:

    Tacoma looks as hypnotic and claustrophobic as I’ve been hoping! Why do I love putting myself in simulations of my worst fears? Maybe I’m planning how I’ll deal when it happens to me? Oh god that’s it, isnt it.

    The Last Night is a total new one to me, but I’m all over that, too. It’s almost like Bernband got a quadruple-A remake.

    Metro is another pleasant surprise – unlike the author, however, I dont hope it’s the Fallout game we all wanted (myself included) – rather, I hope it preserves the distinct tone of the Metro series, which I appreciate plenty in its own right. And I’m speaking as a huge Fallout nerd here (albeit one of those insufferable assholes who likes New Vegas best).

    State of Decay is one of my alltime favorite games, actually, and while I dont have the firsthand experience to know why Win10 store is such a legendary pain, that’s not of any concern to me… rather, I’m just a little bummed at how very, very little the sequel seems to iterate or expand on the first. It looks like an HD graphics mod for the original, but the only significant difference I noticed was bigger backpacks.

    Re: Tropico 6 – sorry about your elections dude. If it makes you feel any better, I’m an American.

    And I dont care how dense it makes me look/actually be, I gotta ask.. what is the easy, mean joke I should have imagined about Ylands? Is it wondering Y it even exists in a world which already has Minecraft? If so, er, sorry I brought it up – but that cant be it, right?

    Also – John Walker was born for hot takes.

  30. MiguelEtc says:

    The article lacks Ashen and The Artful Scape from Annapurna pictures, and Lone Echo – Echo Arena from Ready At Dawn Studios, at least.
    All those were on the list of games that caught my atention so may be worth checking out, and may be some more games that are not in this list that didn’t make into mine either.

    • Kingseeker Camargo says:

      I’ve already called out the Ashen absence, here and at a few other sites. Seems to have been missed by most of the mainstream press, which is weird since it’s already got a handful of awards and recognitions at the show.

      I would have expected RPS at the very least to have noticed it, really.

      • Kingseeker Camargo says:

        Hm. I’ve been digging around a bit and articles and trailers for Ashen appear as far back as 2014, and what we’re seeing now is not a lot more than what there was to see back then. You’d think there would be something more fleshed out by now. Still intrigued, but… Hm.

  31. Casey Rackham says:

    The Only Game I Like The Most Is Fallout 4, And I Happy to See Fallout 4 Listed In the List.