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Playing video games is a wonderful pastime, but it's also an expensive one. Most AAA titles come with a $60 price tag, and that doesn't even include the inevitable DLC and possible microtransactions. Fortunately, publishers occasionally make the effort to get some of their best titles into the hands of gamers on a budget. Nintendo has been doing this for years with their Nintendo Selects program, and now Sony is following suit.

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As one of the world's largest gaming conventions, E3 is home to mega-hits from well-known franchises like Super Smash Bros., Resident Evil, and Kingdom Hearts. While these games have certainly earned their place in the spotlight, one of the greatest joys of E3 is discovering hidden gems that aren't already household names.

If you know where to look, E3 is also home to passion projects from small, independent teams hoping to share their digital babies with the world. One of the best at this year's show was 3 Minutes to Midnight, a point-and click-adventure from the up and coming Scarecrow Studios. Located on a laptop at a small booth at the edge of South Hall, 3 Minutes to Midnight had a minor presence on the floor, but it left a major impact. Head inside for my impressions!

E3 has just wrapped up in Los Angeles, and several Gamnesia staff members got the opportunity to peruse the show floor over the past week, trying out upcoming games from numerous developers big and small. We're all pretty exhausted and glad to be back in the comfort of our own homes, but we also had a great time and played a lot of exciting games.

Before ending our trip, we all met up in the hotel one last time to record our impressions from three days on the show floor, including our thoughts from our extensive hands-on time with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate at Nintendo's press appointment area. In addition to the excitement of Smash, we share our thoughts on Marvel's Spider-Man, Mega Man 11, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu and Eevee, and lots more! Head inside to check it out!

My Hero Academia's anime adaptation reached new heights of excitement with yesterday's episode, and there's still so much more yet to come. If you're hooked on the show and want to experience more of that world, you'll want to check out My Hero: One's Justice, Bandai Namco's take on the popular manga and anime series. During E3 we received a new trailer and a release window for the upcoming 3D fighter, and we also got to go hands-on.

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Having DLC become available for games post-launch has become a common sight in the industry in recent years, but the Kingdom Hearts franchise has yet to embrace such practices. That may be changing for Kingdom Hearts III, as a new interview from IGN with series creator and director Tetsuya Nomura has revealed that he would like to include post-launch content in the game. At the moment, he doesn't know what that content might be, though he does have some ideas.

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Last year's E3 gave us a trailer that would stun audiences, with a story that will dive into the depths of HP Lovecraft's beloved story The Call of C'thuhlu. Staying true to the investigative spirit of the story, the title brings us face-to-face with the cosmic beings outside our human understanding and plunges us into the mystical horrors of the Lovecraftian universe. A new trailer released on YouTube provides a surprising treat for Lovecraft fans of this day and age, while also giving us a look at the powers that be.

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Fortnite finally launched for the Nintendo Switch this week and already eclipsed two million downloads, yet depending on who you ask, its release was not pretty. The match made in heaven between Nintendo's hit hybrid system and the most popular battle royale game on the planet was seen coming a mile away, but the anticipated union came at a cost none were privy to before a rocky release.

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Kingdom Hearts III was originally supposed to launch in 2018, until the reveal of a release date also revealed a delay to 2019. In a new interview, Tetsuya Nomura, director of the Kingdom Hearts series, commented on this delay and also explained why we haven't seen the previously-announced Big Hero 6 world yet.

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The second official day of E3 2018 press conferences has finally come to an end, and what an end it was! Sony blew us all away with lengthy looks at some of their biggest upcoming titles, like Death Stranding and The Last of Us Part II, as well as new information on Kingdom Hearts III and our first real look at the Resident Evil 2 remake. But just in case you missed anything from the PlayStation event, we've gathered up a list of all the stories the came out from this conference.

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When one thinks "From Software," the next items to come to mind would usually be "Dark Souls," "Bloodborne," or the recently revealed "Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice." These games share a common thread of violent action and copious amounts of blood, but the studio's latest project could not be more different from its predecessors.

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Nioh was a hit game when it came out last year, and tonight Sony delivered the reveal of a sequel to the surprise of fans. The reveal didn't show much except the logo and a short phrase that read "Defy Death, Death Defies You."

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If you needed to see more footage for the upcoming Spider-Man game, Sony has you covered. The game still has a fluid combat system and the fun web slinging we like to see, and tonight's footage got to show off several extreme examples of that. Whether battling prison inmates, street thugs, or some of his greatest foes, Spider-Man is looking slick.

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Between seasons of Rick and Morty, series co-creator Justin Roiland keeps himself busy with new interactive projects through Squanch Games (formerly Squanchtendo). One such project had the proverbial shower curtain lifted tonight at the Sony presentation, with a bathtub guy revealing Trover Saves the Universe to viewers of the E3 conference in Los Angeles and around the world.

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Death Stranding has been a confusing game to follow, but Sony brought it back this year with another freaky trailer. This one features all of your favorites: Norman Reedus, a fetus, and weird invisible monsters.

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Kingdom Hearts III dropped a third E3 trailer at Sony's press conference, revealing that Sora, Donald, and Goofy are going to return to Port Royale, a world based on the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Not only that, but the trailer gave us a better look at some of the returning cast.

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