We’ve done it before and we did it again! That’s right, James, Michael and Delvin went to Nintendo’s most recent media preview event showcasing some of the biggest and best games The Big N was touting at E3 2014. Watch below for our hands-on demos of Hyrule Warriors, Bayonetta 2, Yoshi’s Woolly World, and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker.
Can you believe it? We’ve been at it for one whole year and couldn’t be more happy and excited! This week we we share some news about our one year episode. Send us your shout outs to email@example.com.
The guys reflect on the E3 press conference as a whole and share their views on where E3 may head in 2015. The crew also checks in on the news items that happened post-E3, such as a new game announcement, news from Nintendo and much more.
All this, Now Playing and YouTube randomness all on this week’s one year anniversary episode of Video Game Realness!
FFx2 – Real Emotion
Wildstar – Defend the Gates
7:10 – Now Playing
31:06 – E3 Reflection
1:08:19 – News
1:32:24 – YouTube Randomnes/Blooper
Nintendo presented us again with a non press conference this year, and that’s ok because their digital event was awesome! James, Cameron and Delvin dive into all of the games that were shown off. Smash Bros details, NFC, Legend of Zelda, Bayonetta and much, much more!
What new Nintendo game do you want to see more of?
The whole crew breaks down all the details of the very long Sony Conference. James, Michael, Cameron and Delvin breakdown the games that were announced such as Destiny, LittleBigPlanet 3 and the re-releases making a big splash this year.
A lot happened and didn’t happen in this conference at the same time, but the guys dive into all the details and share our thoughts.
Did Sony win E3 again this year? What are your thoughts?
Check out our summary of both the EA and Ubisoft conferences. Not a whole lot to say about each one, but we still share our thoughts on what was shown and how it was presented.
We discuss the Mass Effect teaser, shooter fatigue and why there was no Mirror’s Edge game footage. From the Ubisoft side, we take a look at what they presented and discuss their Nintendo shade.
Are there games you are excited for from these conferences? Let us know!
Check out our summary of the Microsoft Conference from E3 2014 where we break it down and discuss everything. Lots of great titles were announced and given release dates, such as Sunset Overdrive, Dragon Age Inquisition and Halo!
What did you think of their conference? Sound off below.