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Killatia At E3 2017 Outcast: Second Contact Interview

by killatiaon June 22, 2017
Killatia talks with Yves Grolet about the upcoming Sci-FI PC game Outcast: Second Contact. How faithful is this remake to the cult classic game form 1999? How much has changed and improved over the original? And can Killatia please pronounce the game right? I know is was the last tiresome day of E3 but come […]

E3 2017 Preview | Super Mario Odyssey

by David Pooleon June 21, 2017
Nintendo is always a fun place to check out during E3, whether it be to see their fantastic displays, or to see the awesome games they have to showcase. Last year, they went all in with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but this year, they had a bit of a different strategy. […]

Killatia At E3 2017 Hyperkin’s Duke Xbox One Windows 10 Controller

by killatiaon June 21, 2017
Remeber last year’s Brute controller? The Xbox one and PC controller made by Hyperkin? Well here is the new successor to that controller call The Duke, a throwback to the first Xbox controller ever made. Here’s the interview to the original Brute controller: https://gotgame.com/2016/06/24/killatia-e3-2016-brute-xbox-one-controller-hyperkin-products-interview/

E3 2017 Preview | Absolver is a mind-over-thumbs fighter

by Josh Boykinon June 20, 2017
E3 always brings plenty of new games, and the indie games at the Devolver Digital lot, usually make a splash. Developer Sloclap brought a fighting game that takes a different approach to the genre: Absolver. Wearing a mask of a “Prospect” that makes you immune to hunger, thirst, and death, you fight others to prove […]

Killatia AT E3 2017 Hyperkin’s Retron 77 Interview

by killatiaon June 20, 2017
Killatia talks to Celia Schilling of Hyperkin of there newest retro gaming console the Retron 77! This little thing can play all of your classic Atari 2600 games in glorious 1080p! There was another hyperkin product we talked about but lets save that for another video.

Killatia At E3 2017 Sumer Interview

by killatiaon June 19, 2017
Killatia talks with indie game developer, Geoffrey Suthers, about his digital board game Sumer. In this game you compete to get the most favor from the Goddess to become the next ruler of mankind Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/killatia2 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/killatia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Killatia Twitter: https://twitter.com/killatia Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/killatia Website: http://www.killatia.com/

E3 2017 | Exclusive Interview with Dragon Ball FighterZ Producer Tomoko Hiroki

by David Pooleon June 19, 2017
During E3 2017, GotGame had a chance to go hands-on with Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball FighterZ, a new 3-on-3 2D fighting game developed by Arc System Works. We were also granted an opportunity to speak with Tomoko Hiroki, the Producer of the game, as she took the time to answer some of our burning questions. […]

E3 2017 Preview | Dragon Ball FighterZ

by David Pooleon June 17, 2017
Bandai Namco was kind enough to give GotGame some time to check out their new collaboration with Arc System Works, Dragon Ball FighterZ. Arc System Works, best known for their Guilty Gear and BlazBlue series, are no strangers to stylishly animated fighting games. Dragon Ball FighterZ is no different, using what they like to call […]

Review | Arms

by David Pooleon June 17, 2017
Nintendo first showed off the Nintendo Switch back in January, using a special presentation to deliver more information for the console. During that time, they made a few announcements related to various first party software, including games like Splatoon 2, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Of those announcements, one was announced with a live-action trailer, […]

E3 2017 Preview | Life is Strange: Before the Storm

by David Pooleon June 16, 2017
Square-Enix had a surprise hit with Life is Strange, the episodic game with consequential decision making. Dontnod developed a great story with an excellent visual style, great acting, and a fantastic rewind function. Fans worldwide loved the emotional storyline and the memorable characters, and while Dontnod continues to develop a sequel, Deck Nine was given […]

The Walking Dead shambles towards VR

by Charlie Grammeron June 16, 2017
Skybound Entertainment and Skydance Media have partnered to announce a number of original virtual reality games set within the expansive The Walking Dead universe, with the first The Walking Dead virtual reality game to mark the inaugural co-developed title from these two companies. The titles are part of a multi-year strategy in which the two […]

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