This year’s PC Gaming Show at E3 was nothing short of a busy conference.
Overall, over 30 different PC titles were announced or showcased during the conference. From your AAA titles to your indies these were strong offerings.
First, the showcase got kicked off with a reveal trailer for Rebellion’s Evil Genius 2.
Evil Genius 2: World Domination
Evil Genius is a real time strategy game in which players will get to step into the shoes of a stereotypical villain straight out of a James Bond flick.
El Hijo seems to be a beautiful game that embraces Latin American culture. It is certainly something I’m going to keep my eyes on as a proactive consumer of that particular culture.
Chivalry 2 is back with a revamped combat system, movement system, and the addition of horses and expanded siege combat. The title will start out as an exclusive on the Epic Games Store before being accessible from other retailers.
Midnight Ghost Hunt
Inspired by the Garry Mod mode Prop Hunt, Midnight Ghost Hunt will pit players against on another in a 4 vs 4 mode in which they will assume the roles of either ghosts or hunters until the clock hits midnight. If you’re a ghost, you’re going to have to hide from the hunters in order to survive. Once the clock hits midnight the roles will then alternate and the hunters will become the hunted as the vengeful spirits come looking for them.
From the developers of Planet Coaster and Elite: Dangerous this new management simulator puts you in charge of the local zoo.
Okay, I am not even a PC gamer but I would be lying to you if I didn’t think Maneater looks and sounds cool. As the first ShaRkPG, Maneater will finally give players their long-awaited chance to terrorize the oceans and bite somebody’s leg off. I
As part of the new planned slate for the Epic Games Store, Auto Chess has been confirmed to be coming to PC after spending years of being just a game made on the mobile app for Dota 2.
Warframe: Empyrean Expansion
Warframe fans are finally going to space with the game’s Empyrean expansion. Digital Extremes stated that they would discuss more about the expansion on July 6th, 2019.
Zombie Army 4: Dead War
If there is one thing that Wolfenstein has taught me it is that there is nothing that gamers love more than the chance to kill Nazis… and zombies. In Rebellion’s fourth installment to the Zombie Army franchise, players will venture back to 1946 to face off against a horde of undead. Oh, and it would seem that you will even get a chance to kill a zombified Adolf Hitler.
Genesis Noir loooks like a simple, but fun black-and-white mystery title.
Donkey Crew’s Last Oasis seems to be a post-apocalyptic game where you have to face off against other nomads in giant wooden death machines.
Griftlands seems to be an every man for himself type of game where everything is up for grabs. It also seem to involve a deck building feature. You can participate in the Alpha that’s set to go live on June 11th.
Cris Tales is being billed as a time traveling love letter to classic JRPGs such as Chrono Trigger.
Age of Wonders: Planetfall
Age of Wonders seems to be a fun game and just like pure insanity, which is how I like my games. I may check it out on the Playstation 4 but we’ll see.
Conan Chop Chop
What started out purely as a joke has become more than that. Conan Chop Chop is indeed real and it is the most adorable looking game I have ever seen. It reminds me a lot of that Meowcenaries game that was playable on the Adult Swim website a few years back.
I’m not really someone who has played Shenmue before, but I do like how the game’s graphics and dubbing seem to be a homage to the classic Wuxia movies. I’m not sure if that is the intent here, but if it is then I would say that the developers have nailed it.
Songs of Conquest
It’s not every day that you get to see an 8-bit, but it is special every time that you do. Songs of Conquest is a turn-based strategy title that is heavily inspired by Heroes of Might and Magic. The song in the trailer makes it even better!
Unexplored II is a lateral adventure title where you avoid enemies while exploring the unknown world.
Valfaris looks like a crazy love letter to the classic run-and-gun style of gameplay from the Metal Slug franchise. The premise is mostly the same except instead of killing people you’re killing demons and picking up all sorts of weapons along the way.
Warhammer: Vermintide 2 – Versus
Warhammer fans rejoice! Vermintide 2 is officially getting a brand new expansion that shows off your next enemy!
Terraria: Journey’s End
Terraria is all set to for a massive update which is going to come chock full with tons of content. The best part about this update is that it is being given to the community… for free.
Telling Lies is a game that dissects the truth and lies among the stories of various people. The game stars Upgrade‘s Logan Marshall-Green and X-Men Apocalypse‘s Alexandra Shipp.
After Earth has basically been destroyed by humanity Chucklefish’s Starmancer puts you in the position of an AI whose goal is to help them survive in space. Think Fallout Shelter, but in space.
Remnant: From The Ashes
From the developers who brought you Darksiders 3 comes Remnant: From The Ashes. Like with Darksiders 3, this is going to be another loot-based monster RPG title.
Per Aspera is another game in which players will have to build their own civilization on Mars. This time it puts you in the position of a human mind implanted inside of the machine that will help you populate the red planet.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines II
In the same vein (pun intended) as Vampyr, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines II will give players the opportunity to play a vampire who will have to face off against the supernatural.
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