If you talk to anyone who grew up gaming in the 90s they will at the very least know of the Oddworld series. The 1997 release of Oddworld: Abe’s Odyssee marked a milestone for a now long-running series, one that has captured the hearts and minds of players worldwide. Now in 2019, we are getting our first taste of the new entry in the series: Oddworld: Soulstorm.
The myriad announcements that seemed to stream nonstop out of E3 2019 featured flavours to suit any gamer’s palate. But with Final Fantasy VII Remake and a number of other big-budget Japanese RPGs at the vanguard of this year’s lineup, those of us with an affinity for Mystic Artes and mako reactors are especially spoiled for choice in what to play next as we move into 2020.
The Pixel 3 was leaked to infinity, with full retail versions being sold in-box across Hong Kong and Russia weeks before the device’s initial debut. This year, however, it seems as if Google is tired of playing the leak game, instead choosing to unveil its upcoming Pixel 4 in what was a move that left more questions than answers.
E3 is praised by video-game enthusiasts every year as a prime time for the medium. During this year’s conference, however, reorganizational shifts in Amazon Game Studio left many without a job, making their E3 2019 a difficult one.