The (Non-)E3 2020 Roundup
The Covid-19 pandemic has made 2020 anything but typical. With nearly every major public event cancelled, it's no surprise that E3 would be among the casualties. Yet, despite there not being an actual Electronic Entertainment Expo this year, that didn't stop the big players from still making their obligatory mid-year gaming announcements. So, E3 or no, we've still got plenty of great information to round up for you.
Well, it's finally here. One of the most highly anticipated games of the year has arrived. Ghost of Tsushima. A samurai game of epic proportions from Sony's talented Sucker Punch studio. Though you've probably heard of them from their Infamous and Sly Cooper series, Ghost of Tsushima looks like it might just be there best work yet.
Also out in the last month, a pretty great-looking new entry in the alway enjoyable Paper Mario series; a sequel to 2018's Castlevania-inspired action platformer, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon, and a console release of 2018's enjoyable action RPG, CrossCode. A Storm is coming. Jump past the break to see more new releases from the last 28 days.
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