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E3 2015 is over and it showcased a LOT of games that parents will be able to enjoy with their kids. But, some of the best games shown were just not appropriate for kids.We call those “grown up games” in our house because they are still games, but they just aren’t quite right for the younger set.

Below are our favorite Grown Up Games from E3 2015.

Fallout 4

This is, for many people, the crown jewel of gaming from this year’s E3. Bethesda is known for creating immersive worlds that give players the freedom to do whatever they want and this will be their first dance with the new generation of hardware.

The game will take place in Boston 100 years after the world is destroyed by nuclear war. You play a man, or woman, who survived the destruction in some sort of cryo-stasis in an underground vault and emerge into a largely desolate world that is teeming with bandits, mutants, and robots.

The game world looks massive from the trailer Bethesda presented us with and I, for one, cannot wait to run around in it!

Dishonored 2

The original Dishonored caught most of the gaming world by surprise in 2012. It was a brilliant game that presented players with a world to explore and tasks to complete in whichever way they chose. Most notably, players were able to sneak through the game non-violently or run roughshod through the Victorian setting laying waste to all who stood in their way.

It was a lot of fun to play and the world building was amazing. The developers put a huge amount of work into every little detail to make sure that the games world was as impressive as the gameplay.

Even better? The sequel features a female protagonist that has a completely different arsenal of weapons and magic talents from Corvo (the main character in the original). Both of these characters are playable in the sequel as well.

Uncharted 4

The Uncharted series has been a wild since it first debuted on the PlayStation 3 early in its life cycle. The story, and the action, have escalated significantly over the years and have made it one of the most love franchises in games today.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is intended to be the last chapter in Nathan Drake’s story and if the gameplay demos they have shown so far are any indication we should be in for a wild ride!

Horizon: Zero Dawn

Guerilla Games is known for their work on the Killzone franchise. They debuted a new game at E3 this year that looks like a huge departure from their previous work.

Killzone has always been a bleak, industrial shooter. Horizon: Zero Dawn, however, is an action based roleplaying game that takes place in a beautiful, mostly-natural environment. The game takes place 1000 years after mankind falls and features humankind living in tribal, hunter/gatherer societies. Players control a young girl named Aloy who ventures out into this world.

We know almost nothing about the story, but the game looks great. I can’t wait to play it.

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate

OK. Here’s the thing. I had fallen out of love with the Assassin’s Creed series after Unity. It was a lackluster game that was plagues with some bugs that kept the game from resonating with me. Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate looks MUCH more interesting and has pulled me right back in after I thought I was done.

This is also the first console edition of Assassin’s Creed to feature a female protagonist which is a pretty big deal considering the mess that was last year’s E3 and the lack of female characters in the largely multiplayer focused Assassin’s Creed: Unity.

DOOM

There really isn’t much to say here. DOOM is one of the biggest franchises in the history of shooters and it is coming back in all of its over-the-top violent glory. This is definitely a game for when the kiddoes are in bed, but it looks like it will be well worth the wait.

I remember talking with my wife about what I expected to see at the Bethesda press event and treating DOOM like an afterthought. I told her that I wasn’t really all that interested, but that I was excited to see what they were doing for the sake of the fans. That lasted about a minute into the trailer before I was excited to buy it and bring it home.

What about you? What game are you looking forward to playing that you just don’t think you can share with the kids?

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The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) for 2015 is officially in the books and is being lauded as one of the best E3’s is recent memory by a healthy majority of the attendees. After spending the weekend looking over my notes and all of the announcements from the show I have to agree with them. This E3 was full of amazing moments, but was not free from concerns. (But, is anything ever free from concerns?)

With all that said, there were peaks and valleys that are worth mentioning because the “good stuff” is so good that it will have a lasting effect on the games industry for years to come!

The Highest of Highs!

Inclusion and Diversity

The video game industry, and especially E3, has long been a boys club. Each press conference has been a crew of (largely white) men lining up to share news about their games with the world. It was rare that you would see a woman who was more than eye candy on the stage. This year changed that in a big way.

At one point during the Ubisoft press event Aisha Tyler was standing on stage with the legendary actress Angela Bassett talking about her role in Rainbow Six Siege. This by itself was awesome enough, but it only got better when they passed the mic to another woman to introduce and narrate the live gameplay demo. It was amazing to watch considering nothing like that had ever happened before. And for it to happen with such a stereo-typical masculine game was jaw dropping. This wasn’t some art house game. This was Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege! That is a very big deal!

Female Protagonists

The harsh reality in video games is that, at least in the past, it was tough to find a strong female protagonist in games. There were some. Don’t get me wrong. But, they were the exception. This year featured a veritable explosion of strong female characters. Even better – they were women designed with an aesthetic that wasn’t built to attract the male gaze. Read: They weren’t distorted Barbie dolls like the characters in Dead or Alive.

Sadly, most of the characters showcased are in games that will surely be rated M like Rise of the Tomb Raider, Fallout 4, and Dishonored 2. There is one ray of light though. Sony showed us a game called Horizon: Zero Dawn that featured a young woman named Aloy. The game has not, so far, shown much in the way of blood or gore so we can hope that it will be fine for older kids to play and/or watch.

The good news here is that when things succeed in mature games there is often a trickle down in the family market. Here’s hoping that happens quickly!

Long Awaited Games

This year was awash with the return of fan favorite titles that have waited for a VERY long time since their last iteration. Shenmue is getting a sequel. The Last Guardian, long thought to be dead in the water, was shown again. Star Fox Zero is FINALLY bringing space combat back to Nintendo’s arsenal. Even Final Fantasy 7 is confirmed to be getting a fully remade version. Bethesda even brought back the venerable DOOM for a coming out party.

This was a week of long lost games coming home and I could not be more excited!

The Unavoidable Lows

People Cheering Horrific Violence

Ok. I want to get this out of the way here. I do NOT believe that violent media causes people to be violent. There have been countless studies proving that there is no causal link between violence in media and violent behavior.

We clear? Good.

The Bethesda Press conference was held on the Sunday night before E3 and it was, admittedly, amazing. They showed off Fallout 4, They released a brand new iOS game called Fallout Shelter (which is amazing). And, they finally showed us Doom 4 after teasing everyone with an ever-so-brief snippet of game footage.

Doom has always been a game built around extremes. It was violent to the extreme when it first came out to the point where there were petitions to ban it. The designers have taken that design aesthetic and carried it into the modern setting and used the power of modern consoles to deliver some seriously over the top violence. The attendees ate it up. There were cheers throughout the presentation and I have to say that it was unsettling.

Don’t get me wrong here. It looked great. It wasn’t good for kids, but it was never intended to be. But, it was just difficult to watch and listen to the cheers from the audience. It felt the same way a few years ago when people stood up and cheered when a man was shot at point blank range with a shot gun at the close of a demo for the Last of Us.

Samus Aran Was, Conspicuously, Absent

In a year where female protagonists seemed to be taking over the show it was odd that Nintendo, once again, made it through another E3 without bringing us another true Metroid game. They did show another game set in the Metroid universe in the form of Metroid Prime: Federation Force and while that was a fine appetizer, it did little to satiate fans that have been hungry for Samus’s return.

I admit that I was disappointed as well, but I have long since accepted that the next true Metroid game will likely be coming out alongside Nintendo’s next console in a few years.

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We learned something very interesting during the 2015 Microsoft E3 press event. I learned how to properly pronounce the name for the Swedish company that makes Minecraft.

 I mean… I learned a lot of other useful stuff to. I learned about Halo 5. I learned that the Xbox One will be backwards compatible with the Xbox 360. I even learned that Rare is releasing a collection of thirty classic games for $30 (HUGE VALUE).

But, the thing I learned that will have the single biggest impact on my life?

The company that developed Minecraft, Mojang, is not pronounced “MO-JANG.” It is, instead, pronounced “MO-YANG.”

This is critical knowledge for everyone with a child between the ages of 5 and 15 so lets spread the word people! MO-YANG; Not MO-JANG.

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Microsoft is going to be leaning heavily on the largest pillars in its gaming library this fall. Of those pillars none of them is as big as HALO 5. The HALO franchise has been around for a very long time and shooter fans have been clamoring for a taste of the newest entry’s game play. Microsoft obliged by opening their 2015 E3 press event with a long game play trailer showing off some of the key features of the game.

The most notable thing that makes HALO 5 stand out from previous games in the series is that is it not a purely solo experience. It has been designed to allow for up to 4-player cooperative play throughout the campaign.  Players will alternate playing as the Master Chief (or a member of his team) or as Spartan Locke (or a member of his team) as you progress through the story.

My personal favorite? Nathan Fillion is reprising a role he played years ago as Buck in HALO: ODST. He adds a noteworthy level of sarcasm to the voice cast which helps play very nicely off the brutal severity of Spartan Locke.

The gameplay video is below, but as you will be able to tell it maintains the standard HALO aesthetic and brings it into the modern era. It obviously looks gorgeous. We’ll keep everyone posted as we get closer to the release date later this year on October 27, 2015.

Click here to see all of our E3 2015 coverage!

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Sony will be closing out the day on Monday with their E3 press event just like they have for the last several years. They have a sales lead so far for the current console generation, but I wouldn’t call it a *comfortable* one.  They need their press event to be amazing in order to maintain their lead over the Microsoft Xbox One (especially now that their base model is $350).

Here are some of my thoughts and predictions:

Uncharted IV: A Thief’s End will take center stage.

The uncharted series is rated M, so it doesn’t merit much discussion here, but this is likely going to be the biggest release for the PlayStation 4 by the time it is released next year no matter what comes out between now and then. It is a MASSIVE franchise.

Anyone with teenagers will want to at least keep your eye on it as it will likely be something they want if they have a PlayStation 4.

The PSVita will be a non-presence.

The long and short of it is that The PSVita is thriving through the support of independent game developers and will continue to do so for a long time. Sony doesn’t have to spend a single marketing dollar on the PSVita in order to make that happen.

Virtual Reality will be part of their show.

Project Morpheus is Sony’s VR headset. It is currently slated for a 2016 release but we don’t have any real details aside from that. I expect that we will see the final product and some actual games to go along with it. If we are lucky we will see a price point and a smaller release window, but that is a real stretch.

Sony will, finally, unveil some of the projects that their first party studios are working on.

Sony owns a whole bunch of studios that are responsible for almost all of their PlayStation exclusives. Many of them are working on projects, and have been for years, but they have been silent on what exactly those projects are.

They are running headlong into a Holiday season where Microsoft will be releasing several HUGE games like HALO 5: Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Forza Motorsports 6. The next big Sony release will not happen until months later when Uncharted launches. Sony has been hesitant to announce games too early in development, but it would probably be a good idea to share some information with the world to help build excitement.

Maybe. JUST MAYBE. We’ll finally see the Last Guardian.

At this point The Last Guardian is a legend. It was debuted at an E3 several years ago to thunderous applause. This was a follow-up from the team that made Shadows of the Colossus (argued by some as one of the better games in the history of the medium). The trailer showed a young boy travelling alongside a giant dragon/dog/bird-like creature. But we have seen nothing of the game since then aside from reassurance that it is still in development.

Many doubt this to be true, though, because that means it would have been in development for more than a decade. That is unprecedented.

With that said, if the game is coming, then maybe we’ll see it on the biggest stage of them all.

What about you? What are your Sony predictions? Sound off in the comments.

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xbox logoMicrosoft has come out swinging already and E3 hasn’t even started yet. They have already announced a new Xbox One model with a larger hard drive, an update to their controller, and they have begun the marketing blitz for HALO 5: Guardians. We don’t even know what else is coming because it is only Wednesday!

They have a lot of incentive to do well here. Their Xbox One console is welling well, but it is still far behind the PS4. They have already declared that they will be bringing their best lineup of games to E3 ever. Those are bold claims, but it is certainly possible.

Here are my thoughts and predictions.

HALO 5: Guardians will be the crown jewel of their presentation.

HALO is a big deal. It is one of the biggest franchises in gaming and a follow up on a new generation of consoles is a big deal. I would expect a solid chunk of their presentation to highlight some of the new gameplay elements that we alluded to in their Game Informer cover story.

Most noteworthy here is the 4-player online cooperative mode. I am a big fan of people playing together. It will be interesting to see how that plays out.

Minecraft will be a part of the conversation.

I can’t imagine a world where Microsoft doesn’t at least mention that they own the Minecraft IP. It’s one of the most important purchases they have made in years so it will be good to remind the investors present of what happened.

We are left with the question as to whether they will announce a new game though. That is a difficult one to read. It is certainly in their interest to keep Minecraft fresh, but I am not certain that is in the form of a new game. That is, however, partly because I have no idea what a sequel to Minecraft would need to accomplish in order to be a sequel.

They do have an arrangement with TellTale games to have an adventure game called Minecraft: Story Mode released though. They might trot that out and make every 10 year old freak out immediately.

The ID@Xbox program will bring the heat.

We have never been in a better time for independent games and ID@Xbox is their independent development program. So much great stuff is coming down the line that it is hard not to get excited. Microsoft isn’t going to thrive based on the big games alone and I am certain that they will have reached out to, and secured, deals with a lot of indie developers to help make up for losing out on the likes of No Man’s Sky (a massive space exploration game that has captured the imaginations of gamers everywhere).

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Nintendo will post its annual E3 Digital Event next Tuesday. They have been taking this approach for several years now and forgoing a massive stage show in favor of a more intimate video that is being beamed directly to the people who have kept Nintendo afloat: their fans.

It was questionable at first (I had my doubts as well), but it has been very successful. They have even gone so far as to release a regular cadence of Nintendo Direct videos spreads throughout the year.

My love for Nintendo is well documented, so it should come as no surprise that I am always very excited to watch their presentations. But, this year feels different to me. There is an air of mystery about it all.

Nintendo has already stated publicly that they will not discuss either their new console the NX or The Legend of Zelda (although that could have been a lie). It is also safe to assume that they will discuss Yoshi’s Woolly World and Mario Maker since they are scheduled for release this year. But, aside from that it is anyone’s guess as to what exactly they will talk about.

That won’t stop me from making some predictions and educated guesses though!

Nintendo will announce at least one HD remake of a GameCube or Wii game.

The Wii U and the 3DS are consoles that are kept afloat by games that Nintendo makes on their own. They don’t get a lot of help from third parties to help fill in the gaps. As a result, Nintendo has been stretched thin over the last few years as their development teams have been trying to maintain their standards of quality.

They have to have realized by now that they could very easily hire a studio specifically to remake some of their older games in HD for rerelease on the Wii U. There are plenty of games to choose from like Super Mary Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2, Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, and Mario Sunshine.

Remastered editions have been selling incredibly well in recent years and many of the games that are putting up huge numbers were already released in HD like The Last of Us Remastered. All of the games I mentioned were released in standard definition and would definitely benefit with a fresh coat of paint.

Skylanders Superchargers for Wii U will include amiibo support.

This one might be a stretch, but it makes sense. Nintendo has sold over 10 million amiibo when they last reported on sales numbers. We know that the figures are out there. They have just been lacking when it comes to supported games. It makes a lot of sense that Nintendo would through some money at Vicarious Visions and Activision to have them include support.

Want some additional fuel for my wild speculation? This year’s Skylanders game involves vehicles for the first time ever. The game will allow players to pilot vehicles around specially designed levels using weapons to defeat enemies and overcome obstacles.  Nintendo has their own game that would fit in with that theme quite nicely: Mario Kart.  Think about it.

Retro Studios (The team behind Metroid Prime) will announce a new game.

I’ll admit it. This one is a bit of a softball at this point, but I feel like I have to follow up my wild Skylanders speculation with something a bit safer.

Retro Studios send out a rather ambiguous tweet the other day that simply said, “Can you dig it?” and linked to the Nintendo E3 page. I would be stunned if they were to make that type of a tweet out of the blue and NOT have some kind of announcement to make.

The question at that point becomes, “What are they going to announce?”  Their biggest success with Nintendo was with the Metroid Prime series that was released on the GameCube and later on the Wii. Those games focused on environmental storytelling to help deliver a narrative as players explored the remnants of a lost civilization on an alien planet. The improved hardware power in the Wii U would allow Retro to make a much better looking game. The issue becomes whether or not Nintendo would feel comfortable spending the money to develop that style of game.

It has, however, been a long time since a new Metroid game was released so it makes sense that we would see a return at some point. Why not now?

What are your Nintendo predictions? Sound off in the comments!

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E3 Press Conference Schedule The Electronic Entertainment Expo is held in June each year in Los Angeles, CA. Each year the major publishers in the video game industry hold major press events where they fill auditoriums with the press (as well as investors) and show off the games they are releasing. If it helps, you can picture the press events given by Tim Cook over at Apple when they announce the new iPhones. Below is a list of the different press events that are being held. Sunday June 14th Bethesda Software 6pm PST Bethesda has never held an E3 press event in its history. It appears that the vast majority of their conference will be focused on Fallout 4 which isn’t exactly a family friendly title. But, Bethesda has a whole bunch of development studios so they could surprise us. It is also worth noting that their games are events, so anything that they release will have a HUGE impact on other video game releases. Think of it like movies. No one would release an action movie the same day as The Avengers 2 right? This is a similar type of phenomenon.

Monday June 15th

Microsoft

9am PST Microsoft came out of the gate in this console generation with a massive messaging problem. Their dedicated fans from the 360 era were jumping ship to the PlayStation brand quickly thanks to a more expensive Xbox One and the inclusion of the much-maligned Kinect. Those days appear to be behind us and Microsoft could very easily make up lost ground in 2015 thanks to an amazing lineup of exclusive games coming this holiday (HALO 5, Forza Motorsports 6, and Tomb Raider). This year’s E3 press event is reportedly going to be laser focused on exclusive, first party content (meaning that many of the games will be developed by companies Microsoft owns).  It will be exciting. One thing for parents to keep in mind: Microsoft owns a little company called Mojang. They made a small arthouse game that you might have heard of once or twice called Minecraft.

Electronic Arts

12pm PST Electronic Arts is the company behind the Madden Football, FIFA Soccer, and a number of other sports series. We always hear about the tech dedicated to those games at the E3 briefing. But, EA will likely be bringing a lot more thunder this year thanks to their exclusive contract with Disney for Star Wars related games. We already know about Star Wars Battlefront that will be releasing later this year. We will probably even see some gameplay footage. But, I would be stunned if that was the only Star Wars game released this year considering the buildup to Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Ubisoft

3pm PST Ubisoft is the company responsible for the Assassin’s Creed franchise so we can rest assured that we will hear a LOT about the much anticipated Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. But, they have also released several Rayman titles, Valiant Hearts, and Child of Light in recent years. We will never really know what is coming from them until the show is over.

Sony

6pm PST Sony is riding high on the success of the PlayStation 4. It is among the fastest selling consoles in history and is maintaining momentum nicely. Their issue, however, is that their slate of announced first party exclusives is very light over the rest of the year. Sony needs to come out at this E3 press conference and announce enough games to keep the fires burning. It is worth noting that Sony  has announced the release of a virtual reality headset currently called Project Morpheus in the Spring of 2016. If this launch is going to happen on schedule we should expect to see some VR announcements during their press event.

Tuesday June 16th

Nintendo E3 Event

9am PST Nintendo has skipped out on holding a stage show at E3 for several years now instead favoring the release of a video that shows off their upcoming games. The last few videos have been very entertaining and have readily shown off Nintendo’s quirky and fun persona. The only question this year is “What will Nintendo show? We know that they have no intention of discussing next installment in The Legend of Zelda series. We also know that they will not be talking about the upcoming, and unannounced, Nintendo NX console. So… what will they say? The reality is that there is a lot of mystery surrounding their presentation outside the assumption that they will talk about games coming out later this year like Yoshi’s Wooly World, Mario Maker, and Star Fox.

Square Enix

10am PST This is a peculiar one. Square Enix has not held an E3 press event for years, but it appears that they have enough games coming down the pipeline to make it worth the expense. A good portion of the program will likely be dedicated to games in the Final Fantasy franchise. Final Fantasy 14’s expansion “Heavensward” will release soon and will need some stage time and Final Fantasy 15 should be releasing at some point soon too. Square Enix is also responsible the Tomb Raider franchise. A sequel the violent reboot will be coming out later this year to the Xbox One exclusively. On a personal note, I am hoping for some information regarding Kingdom Hearts 3 even if it is just a screenshot or maybe a short movie.

PC Showcase – Sponsored by PC Magazine

6pm PST PC Gamer, a gaming news magazine, is holding their own press event at E3 to help shine a spotlight on PC centric games. We don’t have a lot of details yet, but as the PC gaming space is very open we can expect to see a wide variety of games of different genres and sizes. It promises to be very interesting.

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EA, Electronic Arts, the company behind games like Plants vs. Zombies and Madden Football is not a company known for taking risks with smaller titles. The following is a trailer for the absolutely adorable game called Unravel.

The story here is that the lead developer went on a camping trip with his family and dreamt up a tale about Yarney. He is a little yarn creature, not to be confused with a burlap creature like Sackboy, that has a trail of red yarn that symbolizes our interactions with other people and the effect we have on their lives. (Adorable right?)

Take a look at the trailer and let us know in the comments what you think!

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The Game Awards took place on Thursday December 3rd, 2015. The week before my son and I recorded a podcast where we both made our predictions regarding all of the game related awards that were given out. Below are the results of the awards as well as our scoring! Our competition was much more competitive than we expected it to be!

Game of the Year

  • WINNER: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
  • Bloodborne
  • Fallout 4
  • Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
  • Super Mario Maker

Stephen’s Prediction: Fallout 4

Evan’s Prediction: Super Mario Maker

Score: 0-0

Developer of the Year

  • WINNER: CD Projekt Red
  • From Software
  • Kojima Productions
  • Nintendo
  • Bethesda Game Studios

Stephen’s Prediction: Nintendo

Evan’s Prediction: Nintendo

Score: 0-0

Best Independent Game

  • Axiom Verge
  • Her Story
  • Ori and the Blind Forest
  • WINNER: Rocket League
  • Undertale

Stephen’s Prediction: Rocket League

Evan’s Prediction: Ori and the Blind Forest

Score: 1-0

Best Mobile/Handheld Game

  • Downwell
  • Fallout Shelter
  • WINNER: Lara Croft Go
  • Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
  • Pac-Man 256

Stephen’s Prediction: Fallout Shelter

Evan’s Prediction: nil (We missed this one on the podcast! Whoops!)

Score: 1-0

Best Narrative

  • WINNER: Her Story
  • Life Is Strange
  • Tales From The Borderlands
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
  • Until Dawn

Stephen’s Prediction: The Witcher 3

Evan’s Prediction: Tales from the Borderlands

Score: 1-0

Best Art Direction

  • Batman: Arkham Knight
  • Bloodborne
  • Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
  • WINNER: Ori and the Blind Forest
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Stephen’s Prediction: Ori and the Blind Forest

Evan’s Prediction: Ori and the Blind Forest

Score: 2-1

Best Score/Soundtrack

  • Fallout 4
  • Halo 5: Guardians
  • WINNER: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
  • Ori and the Blind Forest
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Stephen’s Prediction: Ori and the Blind Forest

Evan’s Prediction:Ori and the Blind Forest

Score: 2-1

Best Performance

  • Ashly Burch as Chloe Price (Life is Strange)
  • Camilla Luddington as Lara Croft (Rise of the Tomb Raider)
  • Doug Cockle as Geralt (The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt)
  • Mark Hamill as The Joker (Batman: Arkham Knight)
  • WINNER: Viva Seifert (Her Story)

Stephen’s Prediction: Mark Hamill

Evan’s Prediction: Camilla Luddington

Score: 2-1

Games for Impact Award

  • Cibele (Nina Freeman)
  • Her Story (Sam Barlow)
  • WINNER: Life Is Strange (DONTNOD Entertainment / Square Enix)
  • Sunset (Tale of Tales)
  • Undertale (tobyfox)

Stephen’s Prediction: Her Story

Evan’s Prediction: Undertale

Score: 2-1

Best Shooter

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 3
  • Destiny: The Taken King
  • Halo 5: Guardians
  • WINNER: Splatoon
  • Star Wars Battlefront

Stephen’s Prediction: Call of Duty Black Ops 3

Evan’s Prediction: Splatoon

Score: 2-2

Best Action/Adventure Game

  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
  • Batman: Arkham Knight
  • WINNER: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
  • Ori and the Blind Forest
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider

Stephen’s Prediction: Rise of the Tomb Raider

Evan’s Prediction: Ori and the Blind Forest

Score: 2-2

Best Role Playing Game

  • Bloodborne
  • Fallout 4
  • Pillars of Eternity
  • WINNER:The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
  • Undertale

Stephen’s Prediction: Fallout 4

Evan’s Prediction: The Witcher 3

Score: 2-3

Best Fighting Game

  • Guilty Gear Xrd
  • WINNER: Mortal Kombat X
  • Rise of Incarnates
  • Rising Thunder

Stephen’s Prediction: Mortal Kombat X

Evan’s Prediction: Rising Thunder

Score – 3-3

Best Family Game

  • Disney Infinity 3.0
  • Lego Dimensions
  • Skylanders: SuperChargers
  • Splatoon
  • WINNER: Super Mario Maker

Stephen’s Prediction: LEGO Dimensions

Evan’s Prediction: Skylanders Superchargers

Score: 3-3

Best Sports/Racing Game

  • FIFA 16
  • Forza Motorsport 6
  • NBA 2K16
  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2016
  • WINNER: Rocket League

Stephen’s Prediction: NBA2K16

Evan’s Prediction: NBA2K16

Score: 3-3

Best Multiplayer

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 3
  • Destiny: The Taken King
  • Halo 5: Guardians
  • Rocket League
  • WINNER: Splatoon

Stephen’s Prediction: Rocket League

Evan’s Prediction: Splatoon

Score: 3-4

Most Anticipated Game

  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • WINNER: No Man’s Sky
  • Quantum Break
  • The Last Guardian
  • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

Stephen’s Prediction: No Man’s Sky

Evan’s Prediction: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

Score: 4-4

 

As you can see, the final score ended in a tie!  Neither of us are sure if that means he did very well or if I did super bad, but it is probably a little of both. What do you think? Did any of your favorites win an award? Sound off in the comments!

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