At an E3 where dreams came true and the seemingly impossible was made possible, what games managed to top Mitch's list of his top 5 favorite games of the show? Click to find out.
There were a lot of amazing titles at E3 2015, and we'd like to highlight our very favorites from the show.
Mighty No. 9 may look like a Mega Man game, but its frenetic pace and unique gameplay mechanics make it entirely its own beast.
Master of Orion is returning with updated graphics, new music and the best elements of the subsequent MoO and 4x strategy games.
Sword Coast Legends will bring everything we love about the tabletop rules to the computer game, including a dungeon master mode that will allow you to import all your best personal campaigns.
Horizon Zero Dawn is Guerrilla Games' first new IP in over a decade, and the E3 2015 presentation suggested that it was definitely worth the wait.
Growing up on Final Fight, Streets of Rage, and Double Dragon, it's hard not to appreciate the throwback title Mother Russia Bleeds.
StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void will use three free prologue missions to bridge the gap between Heart of the Swarm and the new content.
King Leoric is one of the most unique warriors in Heroes of the Storm. Here's a breakdown of the Skeleton King's unique abilities and traits.
Easy-to-use but surprisingly deep creation tools let Mario Bros. fans design and share their own level creations, with hilarious results.
Could DICE recapture the spark of the original parkour-filled adventure, while delivering a game that the original's promise suggested it could be?
After seven years and a seemingly endless number of expansions, it's finally time for a brand new Street Fighter. Here's a hands-on look at what's new in the world of Capcom's most famous fighting franchise.
Oculus Rift has come a long, long way since the first dev kits started making the E3 rounds.
Lara Croft has grown since her last game; she's got more skills, more confidence, and actual pants.
Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida "didn't think it was possible" to do the kind of backwards compatibility Microsoft has announced.