Jerry Cantrail opened up with a demo of Rocksmith and a performance by his band Alice in Chains. immediately afterward the great gaming goddess Aisha Tyler came out and welcomed the crowd.
They exploded onto the stage guns blazing with one of their flagship’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist, which comes out in August.
Next up was Rayman: Legends, which sees the return of the platforming legend along with many of the franchises characters for a fantastic looking co-op game.
Then aleve afsdvniadfuvniuav (french name) came out to show The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, and invited us to take a piece of his loot. No, really, he said that.
Next up was one of my highlights of the show, South Park: The Stick of Truth, with a small clip from the game.
Yves Guillermo then brought the audience into the Next Gen with a showcasing of The Crew, a huge scale free roam racing game with a social media twist that claims to span the entirety of the continental United States.
And then, they let the dogs out. So, what did we see of Ubisoft’s ambitious title Watch_dogs? not a whole lot at this conference, besides a noticeably live action trailer.
so, now we get to the presentation of Just Dance 2014.. this was the point where I kind of questioned why I was watching this conference. and then I remembered I’m doing this for you people. Thanks, for that.
Then Raving Rabbids: Invasion, an “interactive television show”, came onto the stage. and Ubisoft then announced that it was partnering with Xbox One for this venture. Seriously, there was one gamemode that involved your kids screaming at the TV. seriously.
Oh dear god why.
The conference swiftly, if not swiftly enough, presented us with Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. albeit, it looks pretty, but still no real gameplay..
the game that surprised me though, was Trials: Fusion and Trials: Frontier, which the latter I was a great name mischoice in which they could have named it Trials: Trails. but whatever.
Finally, Massive Entertainment unleashed the biggest gun of the whole conference, and the most unexpected, Tom Clancy’s: The Division. Honestly, that single game stole the show. truely, go and look up that game right now.
This has been Malacious, thanks for the read.