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In case you missed it: The Witcher 3, E3 2014

We know that E3 can be a little overwhelming.  So many games to see, so little time.  There’s bound to be stuff that you simply forget to watch, even from games that you’re dying to play. So we’re going to round up every scrap of coverage from some of the major titles, and collect it all in one place for your viewing pleasure.  First up?  The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

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E3 2014 Trailerpalooza: Nintendo Edition

Nintendo might not have rented out an arena for E3 this year, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t have some amazing games to show off.  Instead of a traditional press conference, they held a special digital event in its place.  But there was still a lot of filler to sit through, and that’s where Trailerpalooza comes in.  Read on to check out the good stuff.

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E3 2014 Trailerpalooza – Sony Edition

Sony wrapped up day one of E3 2014 with a gargantuan press conference which stretched the limits of both technology and human patience.  But if you happened to miss it, fear not, because Trailerpalooza is here to show you everything important.  And by important, we mean games.  So sit back and relax.  This one’s gonna take awhile.

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E3 2014 Trailerpalooza – EA Edition

  E3 2014 Trailerpalooza got off to a great, if somewhat bloated start with a press conference from Microsoft, but EA wasn’t about to let Big Green steal the show.  They took the stage with brand new looks at Star Wars Battlefront, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, The Sims, and much more.  Read on to check out everything they had to show off.

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E3 2014 Trailerpalooza – Microsoft Edition

Yes, it’s that time again.  Gamer Christmas.  Also known as E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo.  We at Save Game cut through the filler every year, and deliver what you want most: game footage.  So read on to experience Trailerpalooza: everything that Microsoft had to show off at their big pre-E3 press conference.  Spoiler alert: Halo.  Halo everywhere.

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Crytek announces Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age

  Ahhhhh, the week before E3.  The time when studios make announcements that would otherwise probably get buried during the big event.  This time, it’s Crytek, unveiling a new four player online shooter called Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age.  Think Left for Dead crossed with Red Dead Redemption.  Oh wait, they already did that.  Anyway, read on for the details.

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Save Game Sunday Kickday – Together: Amna & Saif

These days, it seems like every game has a multiplayer component.  But modern multiplayer is played almost exclusively online.  Even co-op gaming has become largely dependent on the internet.  Even as broadband allows us to play with friends all over the world, something very important has been lost.  That intangible connection between two people, sitting on a couch, playing on a single screen is quickly fading away.  Our choice for this week’s Kickday, Together: Amna & Saif, hopes to bring that experience back.

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New Sunset Overdrive trailer shows off a teddy bear gun

  Who doesn’t love teddy bears?  They’re cute, cuddly, collectible; they’re one of the greatest inventions in the history of humankind.  But haven’t you ever wanted to, you know… blow one up?  Strap a stick of dynamite to one and hurl it at your enemies?  Well, in Sunset Overdrive, you can apparently do that.  And other wacky things.  Read on to check out the new trailer.

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Sony to stream E3 presentation to movie theaters

In the past, there were two ways to enjoy E3.  First, was actually being there to experience gaming’s grandest spectacle.  Second, there was sitting on your couch with your laptop, praying that the video stream doesn’t crap out.  Now, Sony is giving you a chance to do something a little in between.  They’re giving you the chance to watch their press event in a move theater.  Yep.  Read on for the details.

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Minecraft: Halo Edition launching tomorrow

Like most Halo fans, I’ve been going through some serious withdrawals lately.  Halo 4 is becoming a distant memory, and Halo 5 is still over a year away.  So what is there to tide us over during this long stretch with no Master Chief?  Well, starting tomorrow, we’ll be able to dive into Minecraft: Halo Edition, and it’s a lot more than just a few re-skins.  Read on for all the details.

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