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My generation (I’m in my 30s) has an indomitable passion for the 1980s. The appeal waxes from fun nostalgia to tiresome and cynical. Sometimes you get brilliant results like Stranger Things, other times it’s a disastrous grab bag like Ready Player One.
Crossing Souls lies somewhere in between, proudly wearing its 80s setting on its denim jacket sleeve. The retro animated cutscenes help bring the surprisingly heavy story to life, but it’s dragged down by poor controls, repetitive combat, and strictly linear level design.
Devolver Digital has made waves in recent years as an indie game publisher (which begins to stretch the term ‘indie’). This year for E3 2017 they hosted their first ever…
E3 2017 officially starts Tuesday, June 13. As in previous years all the major publishers will be presenting press conferences and media showcases in the days leading up to the biggest video game event of the world.
For this year’s E3 we’re expecting news on: Super Mario Odyssey, XCOM 2 expansion, Star Wars Battlefront II, Far Cry 5, Assassin’s Creed: Origins, new Bethesda announcements, Project Scorpio, and most of the games Sony showed last year that have yet to come out.
Here is the full schedule of conferences and links to where you can watch them.
Note that once again Nintendo will be presenting a pre-recorded Nintendo Spotlight in lieu of a live conference. It will be followed by Nintendo Treehouse live streaming.
Saturday, June 10
Sunday, June 11
Devolver Digital will have an E3 press conference this year. Please stay tuned for a time and date. pic.twitter.com/WoHiOaio4G
— Devolver Digital (@devolverdigital) May 16, 2017
Monday, June 12
Tuesday, June 13