E3 has been going on over the last couple of days, a virtual mecca for video game lovers everywhere. While I wasn’t able to go this year, that doesn’t mean, I, or you, were denied all the wonderful trailers that came, and will continue to come, out of the convention. Since a few billion trailers were revealed, along with tons and tons of info, I’m going to be especially selective and choosey over that which I want to discuss/mention. If you want to look into every nook and cranny that is E3, check out IGN’s website, or any other video game-related site, and you’re good to go.
First up, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. While the majority of these trailers are cinematic, that doesn’t detract from the “wow” factor. As a massive fan of the Uncharted series, the games providing literarily everything I want in a video game, I cannot express how enthusiastic I am that a fourth installment is underway. The cinematic trailer is great, albeit showcasing a worn, and perhaps slightly older Nathan Drake than we’re used to, but honestly, I want this game.
Not too long ago, the cinematic trailer for the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight was released, but the folks over at E3 were kind enough to give us 5 minutes of gameplay footage, featuring the Batmobile, and boy, does the gameplay look incredible.
Last, but definitely not least, is the cinematic trailer for Far Cry 4. Let me just say that I’ll be posting more trailers in the coming days, but for now, it’s best to just pique your interest. If you really like the look of these games, or they intrigue you, then take the chance to dig a little deeper, and see if they are the sorts of games you would want to play. Having said that, Far Cry 4, from what I can tell, certainly maintains the same tone of its predecessors, and this is only a good thing.