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Mega Man fans rejoice! The Mega Man Legacy Collection has a lot of content for big time Mega Man fans like modes designed for speed runs, old school filters and more. Mega Man Legacy Collection is coming to PS4 and Xbox One first, and to 3DS this winter. Check out the video to see what it's all about.

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Another Year; another Assassin's Creed game. I wasn't expecting much from the next game in the series, but 'Syndicate' looks like it's adding enough Batman gameplay to get me to check it out later this year. From the rope launcher to the combat, Jacob looks like the next caped crusader.

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SFV"Street Fighter V" is changing up gameplay from its predecessors. I spent hands-on time with it, and I didn't want to stop! Cammy was announced at Sony's press conference, plus she was playable on the show floor demo.  Check ou the gameplay preview video to see what you can expect from "Street Fighter V."

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guitarheroliveThe "Guitar Hero" franchise is back in a big was with Activision's reboot called "Guitar Hero Live." The new game features a all new plastic guitar that has two rows of six buttons instead of the traditional five-button setup. Live video of stage performances and a live crowd are also new. Check out the video below to see what I thought of the new spin on the old favorite. 

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'Disney Infinity 3.0' has been a highlight of E3 2015. Avalanche and Ninja Theory look like they have brought meaningful change to the series. New figures, combat and Play Sets all look great. Check out the video below with footage of the new figurines and my hands-on impressions of the game. 

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E3There was a lot on display on day one of E3 2015. Warner Bros. Interactive was up first. Highlights include "Batman: Arkham Knight," "Mad Max," "Lego Dimensions" and "Lego Avengers." Check out the video below to hear about my hands-on impressions of each one. 

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E3 2015 Headlines and Impressions

Tuesday, 16 June 2015 09:14 PM Written by

E3 2015 kicked off on Monday from Los Angeles. Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo unveiled their plans for their home consoles and more for the next couple years. Highlights include “Halo 5,” “Gears of War,” “Uncharted,” “The Last Guardian,” Nintendo’s Amiibo and more.

 

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2685624-cuphead-footer“Cuphead,” the indie game coming to the Xbox One, looks like it’s going to be a critical darling and the game isn’t even close to being released. The 2D side-scrolling adventure flawlessly captures the essence of 20’s-to-30’s-era animation similar to Steamboat Willy or Popeye.

 

There’s tight gameplay that goes along with that unique art style. “Cuphead” is a series of boss fights ranging from moderate to punishing difficulty. Playable as single-player or local co-op, the game is a throwback to run-and-gun 8-bit games like “Contra.” The hero Cuphead can run, jump and shoot, all of which will have to be performed with impeccable precision if victory is desired.

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