Geek Out: E3 2014 Coverage (Part 3)

So, one of my favorite times of the year is here: E3!  I love watching the live stream of the presentations & finding out what is coming out in the next year & beyond.  It is a lot of information to take in, especially during such a short amount of time, but I will do my best to discuss the highlights of what has already been released that have me geeking out.  Here is Part 3 of my E3 2014 Geek Out! [Check out Part 1 & Part 2]

  1. Rise of the Tomb Raider (Xbox One*)
    I really enjoy Lara Croft’s adventures, so this is a title I was already going to be inclined to like from the jump, but the trailer also makes the story look very complex & interesting. Great line at the end of the trailer, too!

    So, it was shown during the Microsoft presentation & implied as exclusive to the Xbox One, * but there is the possibility that it may also be coming out for PS4 & current-fen consoles, at least overseas?  Check it out for yourself
    : Amazon.com vs Amazon.co.ukUS-vs-UK-Tomb-Raider
  2. Project Spark (Xbox One)
    I already discussed my affinity for games that give the players the opportunity to create our own world within the game’s universe, so this game seems to fit right into that category.  I don’t currently own a Xbox One, but this definitely makes a great case for doing so, if only a bit down the road.
  3. Evolve (PC, PS4, & Xbox One)
    This is 5 players: 4 co-op against 1.  I like the idea of each of the co-op players having a different role & specific mods/upgrades/weapons.  Plus, playing as the Kraken versus 4 other players also sparks something of curiosity in me, definitely in a good way.
  4. Ori & The Blind Forest (Xbox One & PC)
    This game looks breathtakingly beautiful.  It gave me the same feel as Okami, which I absolutely loved.  This game is definitely a huge contender to push me into buying a Xbox One sooner than I had originally planned.
  5. Bloodborne (PS4)
    The big surprise reveal during the Sony presentation, the glimpse into this game seems to be very promising.  I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for more news, just to make sure!
  6. Fable Legends (Xbox One)
    I enjoyed the options the first two installments of this series gave me as a gamer: good or bad.  The added components of good guy co-op & the overlord villain sound like great replay value.  It does seem to take away the nuance of controlling your destiny, but I still think it is a change worth checking out.

That wraps up my E3 Geek Out.  Make sure to check out Part 1 & Part 2, if you haven’t already!

What were your favorites out of the games debuted at E3 2014?  Did I leave something out that you think should absolutely be on the list?

 

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