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Console And Mobile Games Of E3 2016

Peeking Into PicoVR

Pico is also jumping into the VR game with its Pico Neo headset. It's not the most impressive hardware, and it has its shortcomings, but the entire thing is self-sufficient; the guts driving the VR experience are located in the controller itself. It's also compatible with SteamVR games, and it can be connected to a PC with a simple cable.

Blimptastic

The ever-popular Monster Hunter series made sure to catch our attention with the giant blimp advertising the latest game, Monster Hunter: Generations, for the 3DS. We're sure it'll be a great game, but honestly, we just can't get over the blimp. It's awesome.

King Of Beatdowns

The Atlus staff was having some friendly competitions with fans. Let's just say that the staffers did not exactly go easy on the fans, but everybody had a great time in the end.

Breath Of Fresh Air

Nintendo managed to dominate E3 with just a single game: The Legend Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The crowds and lines were endless, and fans hung on every word. Given what we've seen of it, the hype is real, folks.

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  • g-unit1111
    It's crazy that video game announcements are drawing bigger crowds than sell out stadium rock concerts. And they're also turning into rock concerts at that. But that Zelda game looks incredible, I might be buying Nintendo's next system just for that.
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  • mcd023
    "There's no way he'd let his family get taken that many times."
    Totally missed the chance there!
    "There's no way he'd let his family get TEKKEN that many times."
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  • Titillating
    18175049 said:
    "There's no way he'd let his family get taken that many times."
    Totally missed the chance there!
    "There's no way he'd let his family get TEKKEN that many times."

    We didn't want to be that blatantly obvious with it, but what the hell. Duly updated! :bounce:
    Reply