Unless you watched all the E3 conferences live, there are likely going to be some awesome game that have passed you by one way or another. Indeed, the games that people have been talking about have, naturally, been the likes of The Last Guardian, Gears of War, Shenmue 3 and the Final Fantasy 7 remake. But there are a whole lot of other great games that appeared at E3 2015 that didn’t get that kind of attention. We’ve picked out the best of what you might have missed.

Firewatch On PS4

We’ve thought that Firewatch looked awesome since it was announced for PC and for that reason we’re excited to see that it’s now coming to PS4. If the trailer below isn’t enough to sell you, then bare in mind that the game is headed up by Jake Rodkin and Sean Vanaman, who co-wrote and led development on the first season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead.


Sea Of Thieves

Rare’s collection of 30 of the studios classic games grabbed far more attention than their new game. That’s perhaps understandable given that it hasn’t exactly been on form lately. Having said that, if Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag taught us anything, it’s that we want more pirate games. Sea of Thieves scratches that itch. If Rare gets it right, the process of engaging in battles with other pirate ships with your friends all manning different stations and taking on different responsibilities could be awesome.


For Honor

One of the lower profile games to appear at the Ubisoft conference was For Honor. Well, we think it deserves a little more attention, because it looks awesome. The sword fighting system seems as if it is essentially Nidhogg transferred into a 3D space, which can only be a good thing.


Devolver Digital’s PS4 Games

Devolver Digital is a publisher responsible for some banging PS4 games, including the likes of Hotline Miami and Luftrausers. That means that whenever it announces new games, it’s worth paying attention. We’re particularly looking forward to Ronin.

Xbox One’s ID@Xbox Games

Microsoft’s had some great indies to show off of its own, including the likes of Tacoma, from the creators of the excellent Gone Home, and the incredible 1930’s cartoon styled Cuphead.


Granted, it was only a CGI trailer, but ReCore looked like a game that could have some interesting ideas in how you can reconfigure your AI companions. Check it out for yourself:


Project Morpheus didn’t get a lot of attention during Sony’s E3 2015 conference, which means you might of missed what it had to show off. That included RIGS, a Project Morpheus based PS4 shooter that looks a bit like basketball – if everyone was a robot, you yourself were the ball and you could shoot your competitors.


Okay, you might not have missed this one, but it looks so lovely that we’re going to talk about it anyway. Unravel was announced at EA’s conference and it has to be the most un-EA game ever:


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