Emergency Broadcast 004 – 10 things we loved at E3 2015.
Well it’s that time of year once again, E3 opened with a spectacular bang in 2015.
And whilst we aren’t exhibiting this year, Fierce Kaiju are out at the show.
At Fierce Kaiju we’re all gamers first and foremost, we wanted to post some of our highlights from E3 2015 so far.
We’re intentionally avoiding the obvious big titles, as amazing as Fallout 4, Doom, Uncharted 4, The Last Guardian, Star Wars: Battlefront, Halo 5, Gears and many others looked, they need little introduction.
Instead we wanted to highlight some entirely new titles and IP that caught our eye. In no particular order, please check out these gems.
Cuphead – Xbox One
A truly stunning and original title with respect to it’s aesthetics, we cant wait to try this game.
Sea of Thieves – Xbox One
Excellent to hear about incoming new IP from British software house, Rare. We think it looks rather nice too.
Battleborn – PlayStation 4, Xbox One & PC
The Gearbox team have made a brave but welcome move in our eyes, they already have massive IP in Borderlands, but are looking to deliver more in the form of Battleborn, looks like fun!
ReCore – Xbox One
Not giving too much away this one, but we’re intrigued by the pretty aesthetics and interesting mechanic.
Firewatch – PlayStation 4, PC & Mac
Very excited to see how Firewatch turns out, looks unique and very interesting, loving the mystery element too.
Unravel – PlayStation 4, Xbox One & PC
Wow, what a stunning platforming title. What with this and Cuphead, it looks like side scrolling enthusiasts are in for a treat.
Horizon Zero Dawn – PlayStation 4
New IP from Guerrilla Games, looks very cool with some nice combat mechanics. Eager to see more.
For Honor – Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC
This new title from Ubisoft took us by surprise and it looks like great fun. Have at ye!
Eitr – PlayStation 4 & PC
Beautiful pixel work in this new title, looks like it has some interesting combat mechanics too.
Yoshi’s Woolly World – Wii U
Wow, proper Nintendo title this one. Amazing attention to detail and it looks packed full of fun, quirky gameplay.