Lots of things happened at the E3 Gaming Conference this year. We had Bethesda’s booths showing their latest title Elder Scrolls Online, where you could demo a eso dragonknight build among other classes. We also had interesting games like the Last Guardian and No Man’s Sky announced, already they have been making a buzz in online communities.
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That being said, while the conference just ended, we managed to scour the floor to get a look at what’s hot in the gaming world.
Final Fantasy VII Remake
Final Fantasy VII Remake is a reimagining of the iconic original game that redefined the RPG genre, diving deeper into the world and its characters than ever before. The first game in this project will be set in the eclectic city of Midgar and presents a fully standalone gaming experience that provides a great starting point to the series.
FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE will debut first on the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system on March 3, 2020 and already people are preordering.
We are getting a sneak peek at an entirely new version of “Minecraft Earth”. It’s an all-new, free-to-play augmented reality title for mobile devices that brings the creative nature and quirky game design of Minecraft to the real world. Coming out this summer, players can sign up for the beta at earth.minecraft.net
“Minecraft Earth” borrows elements from the original game, but expands gameplay options and characters to create a new experience that can be enjoyed alone or with friends. Building, Adventures, and other experiences can happen in either table-top mini mode or in full life-size AR.
ARCTIS 9X GAMING HEADSET
The Arctis 9X is a wireless gaming headset designed specifically for the Xbox One and brings understated design, powerful sound and all-day 20 hours battery life to Xbox gamers. The Arctis 9X features a dual wireless connection through Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth which means you can game and take phone calls.
The Arctis line has won more than 50 critical, editorial and design awards from industry thought leaders, traditional media and online content creators. Price $199 at GameStop.com
Space Invaders made fun again. Arcade1UP is the world’s first consumer arcade cabinet. There a 3/4 scale version, they are the perfect at home arcade experience.
And I showed the countertop version available from bestbuy.com With iconic titles like Mortal Kombat, Golden Tee, and PacMan CounterCade starts at $179 from BestBuy.
HUMAN CLAW MACHINE
The moment you walk into the big annual gaming show, you see this enormous Human Claw Machine.
I hoisted in to give it a try and scored a Gears 5 collectors box for $79.99, and Skorge, a GameStop exclusive Funko collectible for $11.99. GameStop brought together awesome partners to help fill the pit with sweet loot at the E3 GameStop Human Claw Experience. Gaming fans are being taken onto a crane-like device and dipped into a pit full of their favorite products sold at GameStop.
They’ve partnered with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to bring this unique experience to E3 to bring awareness of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, and its gaming fundraising program Extra Life, which ask gamers to play games and heal kids at children’s hospitals.
If you didn’t get to go to E3, you can still donate to GameStop Gives and Children’s Miracle Hospitals in GameStop stores through June 24th. Gamers can trade in used games or consoles for Charity in Store until June 24, or they can donate PowerUp Rewards Points all year long in the Rewards Center, and of course they can donate anytime at www.extra-life.org/gamestop.
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