Today during Xbox’s E3 Conference, Phil Spencer announced that games from the original Xbox system will be playable on the Xbox One. Although no titles were announced aside from Crimson Skies, more news will come within the following months. It was also said that similar to the Xbox 360 games, games from the classic Xbox system will also run and look better on the Xbox One system. For more coverage from E3 weekend, keep it here on NextGenerationGamer!
During Xbox’s E3 panel this year, it was announced that the beloved Metro franchise will be continuing. Titled Metro: Exodus, fans will find themselves back to traversing the landscape, hunting & surviving against large beasts. For more on Xbox at E3, keep it here on NextGenerationGamer!
Releasing November 7th, Microsoft has announced the Xbox One X, which is said to be the most powerful console available to date. The system will focus on. The system will feature 6 Teraflop GPU clocked at 1.172, 12 GB of GDDRS memory, and 326 GB/s of memory bandwith. The Xbox One X also features the most advanced processor ever within a console. For more on Xbox at E3, keep it here on NextGenerationGamer!
The newest and most impressive entry in the Legend of Zelda franchise so far is now officially announced for the Wii U & Nintendo NX! In the new trailer, we had the chance to see Link explore the largest landscape Nintendo has ever created. The trailer showcased new combat, new enemies, and beautiful graphics. I can’t wait to get my hands on Breath of the Wild, and for all your E3 news, keep it here on NextGenerationGamer!
It was announced at Sony’s E3 Press Conference that the Batman Arkham franchise will be heading to Virtual Reality. The trailer played the voice of none other than the Joker’s over Batman’s armor, as he discussed the significance of dawning the cowl. I can’t wait to jump behind the costume and get fully immersed this October. For more gaming news and E3 announcements, keep it here on NextGenerationGamer!
Today, the video game box art for two of the most anticipated games from Xbox’s E3 Press Conference, ReCore and Halo Wars 2, have officially appeared online. Fans are looking for as many details about these two games as possible, so you can check them out for yourself below! For all your E3 news and gaming reviews, keep it here on NextGenerationGamer!
Ubisoft has announced a brand new action-sports game by the name of Steep at this year’s E3 conference. The game has a huge focus on being able to share everything from your gameplay experience with your friends! You can watch the trailer for the game above. For more on this game and for all your E3 coverage, keep it here on NextGenerationGamer!