Greatest Moments from E3 2014

This E3 Ruled.

Posted By | On 15th, Jun. 2014

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E3 is like the Academy Awards of gaming (only a lot more fun). It is a time where developers come from across the globe to showcase what they have been working on and what gamers can look forward to in thenbsp; coming months. This E3 was quite something else, because on one hand we got to see some of the most spectacular looking games that will be coming soon, and on the other hand, hearts got broken, because some of the companies that we were expecting to deliver didn’t, and we wound up resenting them for it.

I’ll admit that this E3 blew my mind, because games like Assassin’s Creed Unity, Far Cry 4, Batman Arkham Knight, gave us so much hope for the future. But it also reminded us that while some great games are coming this year, 2015 will be the year to watch out for. With that in mind, we give you some of the most awesome moments in E3 2014.

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Note: List is in Random Order

The Crew

The Crew looks absolutely gorgeous and I have to admit it looks much better than any of the Need for Speed games out there, and it’s not just the looks, it’s the concept and the way the game plays is so much different. This game challenges players to customize the best car they can get and then use that car to race across the United States on a road trip that is quite explosive.

Now of course as racing games go, each car has significant advantages and drawbacks in which players can either expand or ease with their choice of equipment. And besides just choosing, players can also customize 20 individual parts of their cars: nine parts that affect performance, and 11 that have an effect on how the car looks.


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