Monday, June 22, 2015

Electronic Entertainment Expo offers clues to the next big thing

LOS ANGELES -- The video game industry's biggest trade show is in full swing and all gamers' eyes are turning to the Los Angeles Convention Center, where major studios are announcing and demoing their biggest projects for the year. The annual show, called the Electronic Entertainment Expo or "E3," is a weeklong celebration of all things video games.

Sunday night, Bethesda Softworks kicked things off with an announcement-packed news conference in which it detailed its post-apocalyptic "Fallout 4" -- which will be set partly pre-apocalypse for the first time -- its demon-destroying chainsaw-heavy shooter "Doom 4," fighting game "Battlecry," and the assassin game "Dishonored 2." The company also introduced a social network just for its many titles called "Bethesda.net," showed off a newly released update to "Elder Scrolls Online" and surprised the crowd by introducing a stand-alone iOS game based on Fallout. The game is called "Fallout Shelter" and draws inspiration from games such as "The Sims" to let you control an underground colony post-nuclear attack.

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