My Top Game Publishers Picks From E3 2015

E3 has now wrapped up after a long week of video game trailers, demos, and betas.  Now it’s time for my top picks from each game developer.  Starting with Bethesda, who started E3 really strong and it just got better from there. I’ll also add the entire press keynote presentation as well, so you can decide what your picks were from each studio.

BETHESDA:

  1.  DOOM

2. Fallout 4

3. Fallout Shelter for Mobile Devices

Press Briefing:

 

ELECTRONIC ARTS (EA):

1. Mass Effect: Andromeda

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3.  Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2

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4.  Mirror’s Edge Catalyst

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Press Briefing:

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UBISOFT:

1. South Park: The Fractured but Whole

2. Toy Soldiers: War Chest

3. Anything with Tom Clancy’s Name Attached

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4. For Honor

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Press Briefing:

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SQUARE ENIX:

1.  Hitman

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2. Lara  Croft Go (Mobile Game)

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3.  Kingdom Hearts III

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Press Briefing:

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That wraps up my top picks.  Now I know there are other studios that had some great games, but these are the studios that had press briefings this year.  I can go on with Activision with Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, or with Skylanders Super Charge.  Then there’s WB Games with Batman Arkham Knight and Lego Dimensions.  I will point out that it’s interesting how the industry is changing, showcasing not only AAA titles but also smaller titles either from indies or for mobile devices and I’m not meaning PSP or 3DS.  As a whole it looks to be a great holiday season and a even bigger 2016 with new titles and big name sequels to beloved franchises.
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