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e3 2015

E3 2015 Day Three Recap

by Matt Miller on Jun 17, 2015 at 02:00 PM

We had a busy couple of days on Monday and Tuesday following all the gaming companies and their big press conferences, as well as the opening of the E3 show floor. You can read our comprehensive coverage of what went down in our Day One and Day Two recaps. 

Today, our editors spent the full day scouring the E3 show floor for the most exciting games on offer. We've got loads of new previews, screens, videos, and more for you today, so dig in!

News & Analysis

EA's Future Includes More Smaller Games Like Unravel
Hands On With Microsoft's New Elite Controller
Microsoft Asks Which 360 Games You Want To Be Backwards Compatible
Former Halo Composer Marty O'Donnell And Partners Form New Studio
Joe Montana Football Is A Mobile Game
Sony Is Helping To Fund Shenmue III
Sony: Remasters Serve The 40 Percent Of PS4 Owners That Didn't Own A PlayStation 3
The Final Fantasy VII Remake Won't Follow The Original Exactly
Nintendo Explains Why You Can't Upload Mario Marker Creation Videos Directly To YouTube


Seen At E3 2015
7 Need-To-Know Facts About Fallout 4's Dog 
What You Didn't See In The Horizon Zero Dawn Trailer 
Indies To Watch From E3 2015
Take A Video Tour Of E3 2015

Video Recaps

Sony's Press Conference
Ubisoft's Press Conference

In-Depth Previews

Dark Souls III
Disney Infinity 3.0
Fallout 4

For Honor
Forza 6
Gears of War Ultimate Edition
Halo 5: Guardians
The Last Guardian
The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes
Lego Marvel Avengers
Mario & Luigi Paper Jam
Might No. 9
Need For Speed
Pro Evolution Soccer 2016
Rise of the Tomb Raider
Star Fox Zero
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
Yoshi's Woolly World
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End

Screens & Trailers

Destiny: The Taken King
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water
Heroes of the Storm: Eternal Conflict
Skylanders: Superchargers

Stay tuned tomorrow for another day of coverage on the show floor, with additional previews and news as we learn more about the biggest games of 2015 and 2016.