The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has announced that E3 is returning in 2021 as an all-digital event. Here’s a look at the publishers confirmed to be...
The biggest gaming event of the year is back, but not how you remember it.
In a statement on Twitter, iam8bit announces the end of its collaboration with the ESA on E3 2020's "revolutionary" new show floor experience.
Officially, E3 2020 is going ahead as planned. But after the cancellation of GDC 2020 (and other tech events) the ESA has issued a brief statement.
E3 2020 registration opens this weekend, and we've now got a better look at the dates and schedules for the expo.
Geoff Keighley is skipping E3 for the first time in 25 years.
Sony confirms it will miss E3 for the second year in succession.
We've written this as an E3 survival guide, but it basically applies to any big geek event, like GDC, PAX, or Gamescom.
E3 2019 is just around the corner, but when is the PlayStation press conference? Dear reader, we have some bad news for you.
In a wide-ranging interview, SIE Worldwide Studios Chairman Shawn Layden reveals why PlayStation is skipping E3 2019.
Sony won't be bringing the PlayStation roadshow to E3 2019, but Microsoft and Nintendo have been confirmed by the ESA.
The Entertainment Software Association has confirmed that public tickets for E3 2018 will go on sale at 12pm on Monday, February 12, 2018.
At E3 we had the chance to take a closer look at Square Enix’s upcoming narrative-driven game, Life is Strange: Before the Storm.
James walks us through the history of Nintendo's E3 presence, since they began moving away from formal press conferences way back in 2013.
Is it time for the obligatory E3 trailer roundup? It is? Right, OK – here's our obligatory E3 trailer roundup.
Here’s our hop, skip, and jump back through the week's biggest news stories from the world of video games.
Yes, the Xbox One X is expensive, but is it good value? How much would a powerful (and small form factor) 4K gaming PC cost in...
To be honest, I'm not sure how I feel about the Metro series in general, but Metro Exodus looks like something else entirely.
Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever the screen prompts say. Look out! Here's another QTE.
We get behind the wheel at E3 2017 to test drive Slightly Mad Studios’ Project Cars 2.