One Last Look at E3 2014

E3 is a lot like a theme park ride – a long buildup of anticipation followed by a non-stop, exhilarating rush excitement. Then, before you know it, it’s all over; though there’s plenty to talk about for months to come.

As we look back on everything E3 2014 one last time, we thought we’d take it a step further, sharing an inside look on how the whole show comes together, from the press conference, fan events, and the experience of being on the show floor with hundreds of unreleased games. Take a look:

Our friends at Xbox Wire (follow them on Twitter!) spent the week of E3 checking out dozens of great games that will be coming to Xbox in 2014 and beyond. Here’s an exhaustive list of stories you’re going to want to catch up on:

Sunset Overdrive Is 8 Times Crazier With Friends

Halo: The Master Chief Collection Puts More Than a Decade of Halo on One Disc

Forza Horizon 2 Takes Racers Off the Beaten Path

Crackdown Returns With Even More Mayhem on Xbox One

Killer Instinct: Season 2 Reveals T.J. Combo, Combines Classic with New

Fable Legends Pits One Villain Against Four Heroes

D4 Brings the Bizarre to Life, David Lynch-Style

Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha Is Actually a Thing

Ori and the Blind Forest Combines Beauty and Skill

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege Brings Tactical Intensity to Xbox One

Far Cry 4 is Not the Himalayan Vacation You Planned For

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Leaps into Action with Futuristic Combat

Batman: Arkham Knight Puts Fear into Your Enemies

Work as a Team or Suffer a Grisly Death in Evolve

Dead Island 2 Promises the Zombie Apocalypse of Your Dreams

Alien: Isolation Mixes Survival and Scares

Dance Central Spotlight Brings Its Best Moves to Xbox One

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is A Beautiful, Butt-Kicking Ballet of Death

Fight to Survive in Dying Light

Mortal Kombat X is Extra Gross, Extra Fun

Homefront: The Revolution Aims to Take the Power Back

Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved Sprinkles Some Pixie Dust on the Rhythm-Game Genre

Waiting for the Snowdrop in Tom Clancy’s The Division

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! Shoots for the Moon

Character Rules in Dragon Age: Inquisition

Battlefield Hardline Brings Cops, Robbers, and Collateral Damage

Assassin’s Creed: Unity Places Players Amidst the Bloody Bourgeoisie

We Can Be Heroes in Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes

Hyper Light Drifter: An Homage to the Classics

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime: A Fun Date With Evil Aliens and Bunnies

Homefront: The Revolution Developer Crytek UK Opens Up About Igniting an Uprising

Metro Redux Beckons Brave Players Back Underground

The Evil Within Brings the Goosebumps

26 thoughts on “One Last Look at E3 2014

      1. Yea it was early in the cycle, when they said they were going to try a cheaper digital that was the game they tested on at 40$

      2. Nah man, that was like 4 months ago. They said like 1 month ago when they announced the Games with Gold on Xbox One that they were introducing Deals with Gold on Xbox One, starting with big discounts on Forza 5 and Ryse.

      3. I only remember forza 5 being announced but I could have missed the ryse announcement. My bad. I’m sure it will be put on the eventually.

  1. nice behind the scenes….alot of hard work going on there. Bring Back Xbox 360 guide button…also avatar and avatar store and make it all on the main page like the 360!! I put my thoughts on that forum page but theres a thousand of ideas and im afraid my idea want get heard there. This is the biggest change you guys need to make..i beg you. It will put everything back on the right track. The xbox 360 is amazing still!!! Build from it.

  2. Not impressed with the first party stuff. There is nothing that i want to buy. Think im going to have to switch to pc gaming for a while as i want to play elite

  3. Great to see Ubi Soft & Square Enix supporting Xbox with world premiers.
    I’m a huge fan of both Assassin’s & Tomb Raider games.
    Question though; What the [blank] is up with Bungie?
    I thought they went 3rd party so they could have freedom, just saying. (seem to be sucking up to Sony pretty bad)

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