E3 is supposed to be cancelled this year but it certainly doesn’t feel like it. While a lot of the grandeur has been lost because a lot of the big Western publishers like EA and Ubisoft aren’t putting together these big conferences, that hasn’t stopped the general gaming industry from putting together their own shows together. Most of them this year did focus more on the indie side of the gaming industry so it was generally up to Geoff Keighley and his yearly Summer Game Fest to do a lot of the heavy lifting before Microsoft and Xbox did their own non-E3 related show.
This year’s Summer Game Fest did have a nice mix of really big reveals and exciting announcements and some moments that just grinded the entire thing to a halt. So, instead of doing a deep dive into all the reveals and announcements made, let’s just focus…
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