Not everything at E3 has a major publisher or a giant budget behind them, and sometimes that's a good thing. Here's our picks for ten of E3 2014's biggest little games.
In Mario Kart 8 Mario and his friends once again hit the racetrack for the Mushroom Kingdom's biggest kart racing extravaganza.
With loads of hype behind it, can Watch Dogs help define the first year of the new console cycle?
Wolfenstein: The New Order changes the story of B.J. Blazkowicz quite a bit, by pushing the story of the Nazis 20 years into the future, and creating a universe where they won the war.
In Harm's Way puts Clementine directly in the sites of one of 'The Walking Dead's nastiest villians, Carver.
Electronic Arts Inc. today announced that at E3 2014, the company will showcase its commitment to delivering great player experiences with an exciting new lineup of games and services. It all begins on June 9, 2014 at EA’s annual E3 briefing, “EA World Premiere: E3 2014 Preview”.
Child of Light bucks a lot of gaming conventions from art style to gameplay, and instead brings something fresh and sweet to the table. Gamers that are tired of the same old thing should really take notice of Aurora and her mysterious journey.
The latest collaboration with longtime developer Camelot stays true to the series, offering up a solid golf sim with light RPG elements, and then improves on the franchise by taking advantage of modern day advances in gaming technology.
NES Remix 2 follows closely in its predecessor's footsteps, while bringing with it more games, fresh challenges, and a couple of new modes to help scratch Wii U owners' 8-bit itch.
BlazBlue has established itself as a worthy competitor in the fighting game genre, and its latest release, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, continues the series' tradition of beautiful 2D games that pack a serious punch.