On occasion, we're treated to the existence of the video game that isn't still years away from being playable. Aporia: Beyond the Valley is one such title due July 19 following its May reveal.
Though the Star War: 1313 reveal video impressed the crowds back in 2012, the project was eventually cancelled when Disney absorbed Lucas Arts in the massive merge that went on to spawn the current generation Star Wars blockbusters and EA's Star Wars: Battlefront revival.
While a remastered edition of Rockstar's L.A. Noire have allegedly been uttered before, it's the first we're hearing of it. Rumors are sparking up suggesting the 2011 detective game could be making a come-back as early as this Summer.
If you've a minute to spare today, you could give that time to someone less fortunate than yourself, make a cup of coffee or handle some incredibly rigorous cardio. But who has the time when there's video game trailers to watch?
One of the biggest surprises of E3 was to see Sony pull Monster Hunter World out of the bag. By no means a PlayStation exclusive, the series gained Eastern fame on their systems before making a sizeable splash in the West through its presence on Nintendo's consoles.
E3 is a big show with many developers playing a role. While some of us might just tune into the big publisher press conferences and zone out during the actual showfloor streams, there's a lot more going on in there than people may think.
The folks behind survival horror title 'Syndrome' are hard at work on something new. Something that fixes the issues of their last game while branching out into a genre that's not quite to overpopulated.
Through some striking - if not shocking - screenshots, we're learned a little more about Frostpunk - a game coming form the folks behind 'This War of Mine'.
If you're still banking to see more of Lara Croft before that whispered movie revival, you're in luck! It seems the leak of Shadow of the Tomb Raider last year still rings true as more promotional material leaks out early.
While Focus Home Interactive opted to show more of Call of Cthulhu toward the end of this year's E3 madness, they did have something new to announce - A Plague Tale: Innocence.