E3 is getting oh so close, so it makes sense for GameTrailers to list the ten games they’re most interested in seeing at the show. All the games listed by the channel have been previously announced by the publishers, so there’s no rumoured titles on the list. Saying that, it’s a little disappointing there’s no Nintendo games included this year. Anyway, here’s GameTrailers top ten games they want to see.
10. The Last Guardian
9. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
8. Fallout 4
7. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
6. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
5. Street Fighter V
4. Dark Souls III
3. Kingdom Hearts III
2. Persona 5
GameTrailers released today a new Bonus Round video previewing Nintendo’s E3 conference. The guests featuring on the short web-show were Andy McNamara, (Editor-in-Chief of Game Informer) Sophia Tong, (Global Editor-in-Chief of Games Radar) and Ben Howard (VP of Content at CBSI Games.) They talk about all sorts of what to expect at E3 and how Nintendo are going to fair at the huge conference, and who they think will “win” E3. Take a look at the video above and see what you think about what they’ve got to say!
GameTrailer has reminisced all the times we’ve been excited for an awesome game, only for it to get cancelled and leave us in despair. They decided to rank the top 10 cancelled games on a scale of how much emotional pain their cancellation caused. Mega Man Legends 3 features on the list for Nintendo 3DS at number 3, and Star Fox 2 features at number 2– both pretty painful experiences. But, taking the top spot for most upsetting cancellation, is the very recent wound of Silent Hills after Del Toro left the project. So, what do you think of GameTrailer’s list? Which cancelled game project caused you the most pain?
Capcom have plenty of fantastic IP, but some of them haven’t been put to good use lately. However, GameTrailers have listed what they declare to be the top ten Capcom franchises of all-time. It’s not a bad list, but I suppose the top three were to be expected. Anyway, be sure to let us know if you agree with the list, which can be found below.
10. Ghosts N Goblins
9. Phoenix Wright
8. Breath of Fire
7. Monster Hunter
6. Dragon’s Dogma
5. Marvel vs Capcom
4. Devil May Cry
3. Mega Man
2. Resident Evil
1. Street Fighter
GameTrailers love producing lists and this time around they’ve decided to do one based on their favourite shopkeepers in video games. It wouldn’t be a top ten without everyone’s favourite shop keeper Tom Nook from the Animal Crossing franchise. Here’s their top ten.
10. Rusty (Rusty’s Real Deal Baseball)
09. Smilin’ Stan (Secret of Monkey Island)
08. Drebin (Metal Gear Solid 4)
07. Old Man Daidara (Persona 4)
06. Moogles (Final Fantasy series)
05. Beedle (The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker)
04. Slim Cognito (Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando)
03. Happy Mask Salesman (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
02. The Merchant (Resident Evil 4)
01. Tom Nook (Animal Crossing)
GameTrailers have listed what they declare as the top ten E3 train wrecks of all-time. Interestingly they’ve listed the Wii Music unveiling as the ninth most cringe worthy moment of E3. However, that hasn’t topped The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword live demonstration back in 2010 which has made the number one position.
10. Battle Tag (Ubisoft 2010)
9. Wii Music (Nintendo 2008)
8. Rock Revolution (Konami 2008)
7. Mr. Caffeine (Ubisoft 2011)
6. Battlefield 4 (Microsoft 2013)
5. Sony 2006
4. Konami 2010
3. Disney 2007
2. Activision 2007
1. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Nintendo 2010)
The team at Gametrailers have got together to discuss exactly what they would like to see in the next Zelda game which is scheduled to be released on the Wii U. Some of the suggestions seem quite plausible, while some of them are less so. We should get our first glimpse of the game during E3 next month. Here’s their requests.
- Needs to push the Wii U’s hardware
- Full customization of Link (including looks and gender)
- Look back at what they did right with ALBW and expand on it (example: Dungeons in any order, but don’t mark them on the map.)
- Do NOT become Dark Souls, but offer a free-roaming world, like the original.
- Do not hold hand, embrace the exploration.
- Hide items in the overworld, not only in shops or dungeons.
- More side-quests that can help with the main quest
- Optional dungeons.
- Erase the timeline, do not chain the story to it, make it richer.
- Most of the above to happen all in the same game is a pipe dream; realistically, they expect elements from ALBW to return.
- It better be amazing.
- Teaser at E3 at best.