Looking Back at E3 2014 Plus Over 100 Images from the Popular Gaming Expo

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Last week E3 2014 came to a close, but it left plenty to be excited for in the near future.  The “Big 3”, Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony, all have their Next Gen systems in consumer hands, so this year was all about proving why you shouldn’t lose faith in their product.  With owners of the Xbox One, Wii U, and Playstation 4 all clamoring for games for their libraries, there are quite a few titles I think you should be on the look out for.  Click on through to see my top games and over a 100 pictures of E3 2014.

New Trailers for UNCHARTED 4, METAL GEAR SOLID V, DESTINY, MORTAL KOMBAT X, THE LAST OF US: REMASTERED, and More

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Yesterday, we got a slew of new trailers from Microsoft’s Xbox presentation, and now we have even more from what Sony has on tap for PlayStation.  Like Xbox, there are plenty of highly-anticipated sequels such as Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, infamous First Light, and more.  There’s also Destiny, the big, new game from Halo developers Bungie.  And like Microsoft is porting the Halo series to the next-gen, Sony is following suit by bringing The Last of Us to the PlayStation 4 with The Last of Us: Remastered.  But when it comes to new versions of old games, I’m incredibly excited for the Grim Fandango remake, the critically acclaimed PC game that will now be on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

Hit the jump to check out the Uncharted 4 trailer and many more.

Watch: Jon Favreau’s Live-Action Trailer for New Bungie Game DESTINY

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Xbox unveiled its brand new game console earlier this week, and as part of the announcement, a new game from Bungie and Activision was teased.  The team behind Halo is launching a new franchise called Destiny, and a live-action trailer for the game has been released online.  In the world of the game, the hero is a Guardian of the last safe city on Earth following the arrival of “the Traveler.”  This live-action/CG trailer, directed by Jon Favreau, stars Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad, Revolution) as a Guardian of the City who is recalling an important life lesson he once learned.  The trailer essentially gives Favreau the chance to make the Star Wars film he never could, but I’m interested to see more from the game.

Hit the jump to watch the trailer. Gameplay from Destiny will be unveiled at the E3 press conference on June 10th.

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