New Wiki Round-up, E3 2014 Special Edition, Part 2 for June 9

The first Round-up from today had a Microsoft for Xbox and EA, and now we have Ubisoft and Sony for PlayStation. Not bad, considering that E3 2014 hasn't even officially started yet! So far, we have a lot of awesome new games to look forward to and we can't wait to see what the rest of the week has in store! In part two of today's Round-up, we have Abzu, Bloodborne, Grim Fandango, Let It Die, Rainbow Six: Siege, The Talos Principle, Titan Souls, and Valiant Hearts: The Great War.

Abzu Wiki - Abzu is a game that takes place underwater and will be exclusively available for the PlayStation 4.

Bloodborne Wiki - Bloodborne, from the same studio that put out the Dark Souls series, has been described as "Dark Souls with shotguns" and features a dark, gritty world.

Grim Fandango Wiki - This is a remastered, reimagined remake of the classic Grim Fandango game.

Let It Die Wiki - Let It Die is a gruesome, dark and violent horror survival action game for PlayStation 4.

Rainbow Six: Siege Wiki - Rainbow Six: Siege is the latest in the popular Tom Clancy series which will be for next gen consoles and will launch in 2015.

The Talos Principle Wiki - The Talos Principle is an open world exploration, non-linear platformer from the first person perspective.

Titan Souls Wiki - Titan Souls is one of many titles that developer Devolver Digital is bringing to the PlayStation Network. Other titles include Broforce and Hotline Miami 2.

Valiant Hearts: The Great War Wiki - Valiant Hearts: The Great War is a puzzle game set in World War I that has  lovely, drawn art for its background.

This concludes today's news in new wikis! We'll be back tomorrow to tell you all about what's happening in E3 2014 and what new wikis we have launching. Don't forget that the E3 2014 Wiki has all of the news from E3 2014 as it happens! Also, for anyone interested in contributing to any wiki at Gamepedia, take a look at the Help Wiki to see what you can do.

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