E3, the biggest gaming event of the year, has come and gone. New titles washed up on the shores of the internet by the dozen during this time, and it can be tough to keep track of them all. If you're new to Gamepedia, let us remind you that tracking is our job. And were good at our jobs.
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Another E3 has come and gone, and with it more video game announcements than one person can possibly compute. But that doesn't mean we here at Gamepedia haven't tried. There were a number of huge returning franchises and brand new titles that wowed us during this year's show. It's the biggest week in gaming for a reason. Here are all the games and moments from this year's E3 that brought the hype.
Dontnod Entertainment's Vampyr is a multifaceted game where you do a whole lot more than mindlessly guzzle down the blood of your victims. You have a lot more civility than that, you know. Though you're living the life of a vampire, you mustn't forget that you're still a doctor, and you have patients to keep in mind. They need your assistance, and you need to help them get well if you want to make any meaningful progress through the game.
With that in mind, we've put together a guide to help you craft all medicine recipes in Vampyr, so you can help heal the various villagers' ailments, whether it's a simple headache to deadly sepsis. You'll be a regular Florence Nightingale in no time.
Being a cultist is hard work. Summoning eldritch abominations and the old gods really takes it out of you and getting started can be a pain. But that’s why we’re here to help guide you through Weather Factory's Cultist Simulator, an intriguing, fast-moving card games that requires skill, plenty of thought, and a good deal of patience. You’ll absolutely need it if you want to make any headway in this peculiar title, especially with its various requirements, card types, and fast-moving rounds that don't lift a finger to help you make sense of things.
Luckily, with these tips and tricks for beginners, you'll be on your way to becoming a model cultist in no time.
Digital Sun's Moonlighter is a very good video game about exploring dungeons and a free market economy. Adventure Capitalism, one may call it. Tricky and sometimes difficult are other names to describe it. In the beginning, things can seem overwhelming, but this guide will help you keep pep in your step and coin in your pockets.
Survival games are nothing new on Steam. It doesn't take too many clicks to stumble upon a game asking you to scrounge for resources in a harsh environment while fighting off the unknown. But every once in a while, a game comes along that's looking to do something way different than its peers and predecessors, risk be damned! Grimmwood, developed by Big Mustache Games and currently in open beta on Steam, is one of those games.
Treacherous waters are afoot in pirate simulator Sea of Thieves, the Xbox One exclusive from Rare that still has everyone talking. The game's first free content update, The Hungering Deep, features a huge swath of new cosmetics to suit up with, riddles to solve, and monsters to be wary of. One of those terrifying denizens of the deep is the Megalodon, and slaughtering the vicious beast is no simple task — but with a great crew, teamwork, and plenty of resources you can reel it in without too much trouble. Remember: You're a pirate, and you've got this!
Wizard of Legend is a frenetic romp about slinging spells and dungeon delving. Using Arcana may be how you defeat enemies standing in your way, but Relics are an integral part of making your battle strategy as effective as possible. The best chance of you beating bosses and getting to the end of the Chaos Trials lie in your Relic collection. But how do they work? Let this guide show you.
H1Z1 has yet to capture the same kind of mass appeal of games like Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, but that might be changing. In an effort to find a new audience, the free-to-play PC shooter is coming to PlayStation 4 today in the form of an open. Whether it gains any traction with console players is still up in the air, but we’ve prepared a brief guide for the game to catch you up to speed on what H1Z1: Battle Royale has to offer.
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is the enormous sequel to one of the most popular RPGs in the last decade. Taking the Infinity Engine-style role-playing experience to new heights, the original Pillars of Eternity took a lot of very interesting (and welcome) liberties with the genre Planescape: Torment and Baldur's Gate made famous. Deadfire takes Pillars further in an even more dynamic direction than the first game in the series, and is absolutely worth jumping into even if you haven't played the original. But if you played the first rigorously, you may be curious about some of the most significant changes in the sequel. Here's what you need to know.