Tag: E3 2017
One of the high profile games from E3 2017 is getting delayed until 2019, as pressure starts to mount for its developer. More inside.
Over the past year, Nintendo has released a lot of trailers for Super Mario Odyssey, but this morning's 5-minute Overview Trailer ties it all together!
In this episode of TFGP we interview Benjamin Kreger from Warrior Innkeeper Creative, Tom Beardsmore of Coatsink, and Eric and Matt give their final thoughts on E3 2017.
With E3 wrapped up, it’s given us a chance to look back at the show’s big reveals and previews. Like every year, gamers were treated to a wealth of new trailers to feast their eyes on, but some were certainly more impressive than others. Come inside as I break down the coolest trailers from E3 2017!
E3 is an exciting time of year for gamers and a big part of that is due to the media briefings almost every major company hosts just before the show starts. With every conference (and the show itself) now in the bag for this years E3, who do we think has won the show? Find out after the jump.
Gameplay has emerged for the two-man horror hunting game, Hunt: Showdown. Watch the 10-minute demo to experience how unique this game will be.
In this brand spanking new episode of The Fathergamer Podcast, with the help of our special guest Sean, we break down the E3 Keynotes, Aaron and Eric discuss their time with Call of Duty: World War II, then we dive deep into the rest of the first day of E3 2017.
This is the first episode leading up to our E3 2017 coverage. In this episode we talk about E3’s past with Mike, Matt, and Eric. We dive deep into the cray cray of Twin Peaks with Aaron, and finish things out with a breakdown of Injustice 2 and a few other game in our systems with Kyle, Brook, and Lachlan.
The Warner Brothers Booth was arguably the most flamboyant and atmospheric booths at this years E3 show floor. Black walls that nearly reached the high ceiling enclosed the Middle Earth: Shadow Of War game demos and their preemptive theatrical walkthrough. A massive dragon was on display up front for fans to take photos with, and they hired the tallest actors they could find to play towering orcs that playfully harassed folks in line. To top it off, a red ambient light shot up into the ceiling and somehow animated itself like an evil and encompassing aura. Next door was the Lego Dimensions booth, and a live stage where WB’s showed off more of their featured games
Join Zack as he recaps the biggest news that had the nerd community buzzing this week! This week he talks about killing Nazis in a wheelchair with Wolfenstein II, X-Men: Dark Phoenix castings, his favorite Father's Day movie, Happy Death Day, and all of his E3 2017 favorites! Enjoy the Recap and wish @thamadzak a Happy Birthday!