E3 2011: 10 Games that will drop your jaws
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6. The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim
Grainy photo aside, this looks damn good. Seeing more of Skyrim will make this year's E3
Bethesda have had a lot of fingers in a lot of different pies as of late and, with the Fallout series having had a recent release under its belt in the form of New Vegas, the announcement of Skyrim was a pleasant one indeed. A very ambiguous trailer with merely a voice over was enough to get fans frothing at the mouth, so some more concrete gameplay and story info at this year’s E3 will really be something to look out for. I don’t know what will be more entertaining: The showcase itself, or the reactions of the rabid Elder Scrolls fans back home. I talk about their reactions like they are a bad thing but, with Skyrim looking so damn tasty already, their praise and adoration is understandable.
Times this by a hundred and that might be what Destiny looks like. Show us the good stuff Bungie
Not much is known about Bungie’s new project, but the rumour mill would have us believe that we’re in for a sci-fi FPS MMO. Certainly sounds like a title that will benefit from Bungie’s well honed set of skills. Even if Destiny makes an E3 appearance, it will most likely take the form of a short teaser trailer that will accompany an official announcement. Yet, considering how strong Bungie’s trailers have been in the past, it will certainly be worth checking out despite being a mere teaser. When Bungie talk, people listen.
4. Battlefield 3
There's nothing quite like the multiplayer experience in Battlefield. Let's hope we see more of it at E3
The most recent Battlefield games have been escalating quickly in terms of quality. With Battlefield: Bad Company 2 being one of the best shooters of last year and bringing the series into the console market, the ground work has been done for the arrival of Battlefield 3. When E3 rolls around we’re bound to get some more juicy gameplay footage showing off the new Frostbite engine, and those destructible environments are going to look better than ever. Expect some genre defining changes to take place, and expect E3 2011 to be the start of it.
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