Best Games of E3 2015
The top 10 best upcoming games we saw at E3 this year
Another year, another E3 for the crew at New Game Network. Similarly to last year, we attended and covered the show a group of hard working staff members to bring you as much info as possible. And as we enjoy doing after the dust has settled, we created a list of our favorites. As voted on by the folks who attended the big show this year, here are the Best Games of E3 2015! As usual, they are listed in alphabetical order. And a video to celebrate, watch it below!
Remember that these are the few that made the cut - there are plenty of other games that we enjoyed! Visit our E3 Previews section to catch up on all the coverage from this year's show.
It’s easy to praise Cuphead for the aesthetics; it clearly stands apart with hand-drawn characters and pulls at nostalgia for cartoons of our past. But it’s unfair to neglect the work Studio MDHR is doing with gameplay. I didn’t see anything revolutionary during my time with Cuphead, but the seed of rewarding design with tight mechanics definitely had me captivated.
Read: Cuphead Preview
When: Q3/Q4, 2015
During our demo, the developers hoped to show off the four main Deus Ex pillars – social, combat, stealth, and hacking. They’ve certainly succeeded in doing so. While the social engagement felt underwhelming, the rest of the experience looks and feels like Deus Ex. Building on the success of Human Revolution, there’s no doubt that Mankind Divided is shaping up to be yet another excellent follow-up.
Read: Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Preview
When: Q1/Q2, 2016
Perhaps one of the most anticipated games of the last few years, Fallout 4's preview and close release date were the talk of E3. The world is the most important character in Fallout 4, ranging from those creepy moments in abandoned buildings to the more B-movie-esque wacky characters and scenarios. The post-apocalyptic game will showcase humanity's ability to adapt and continue their lives after the bombs dropped.
Read: Fallout 4 Preview
When: November 10, 2015
We’ve been checking out FIFA almost every year we’ve been covering E3, and the sports franchise manages to impress almost every time. With FIFA 16, EA promises to bring changes to every aspect of the team play, and add notable new content with women’s teams. From what we’ve played of the game, the changes are already apparent and will likely cause players to shift their strategy and adjust to a more balanced game of footy.
Read: FIFA 16 Preview
When: September 22, 2015
We've seen a lot of glimpses into Metal Gear Solid V over the past year – from the previous E3, to Gamescom, and to this year's conventions. And with every trailer and gameplay sample, the open world game in the iconic stealth series continues to paint an impressive picture. Being potentially the last game from the longstanding Konami collaboration with franchise creator Hideo Kojima, we hope it's a good one.
Read: MGSV: The Phantom Pain Preview
When: September 1, 2015
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