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Twitter tags Zelda as the 'most talked about' game during E3  
by Alex Wawro [06.16.16]
While this is more of a fun data point than a particularly useful insight, it does give credence (at least, if you care about Twitter mentions) to Nintendo's Zelda-centric marketing strategy for E3
Console/PC, Indie, Business/Marketing, E3

To get people into VR, Sony puts PSVR demos in stores this month  
by Alex Wawro [06.16.16]
Sony has confirmed both a 10/13 release date and expectations of supply problems for PSVR, and now its going to try and drum up popular interest by putting demo units in retail stores this month.
VR, Business/Marketing, E3

Sony is the real winner of E3 2016, says Facebook data  
by Chris Kerr [06.16.16]
With E3 more or less done and dusted for another year, Facebook has teamed up with analytics outfit Pulsar to answer that all important question: who won the conference war?
Console/PC, Business/Marketing, E3

Deck-building mechanics meet brawler in Absolver  
by Kris Graft [06.15.16]
One of the most interesting fighting games I've ever played is in development by a somewhat unlikely group: ex-Ubisoft developers who've spent the last several years making shooting games like Ghost Recon.
Console/PC, Design, E3

Q&A: Injustice 2 and the balancing act of adding gear to a fighting game  
by Alex Wawro [06.15.16]
At E3 NetherRealm's Adam Urbano chats with Gamasutra a bit about why, exactly, NetherRealm is making another Injustice and what he's learned about building a balanced, tournament-grade fighting game.
Console/PC, Design, E3

Oculus will keep investing in devs 'as long as we need to' post-launch 1
by Alex Wawro [06.15.16]
Oculus head of dev relations Anna Sweet acknowledges that the VR market is still young and encourages developers who are concerned about the state of VR adoption to stick with it -- and with Oculus.
VR, Business/Marketing, E3

Sony boss on holding back the PlayStation Neo and Microsoft's surprising reveal  
by Chris Kerr [06.15.16]
"From past experience, the worst thing you can do is disappoint [consumers] and pull the rug away from people."
Console/PC, Business/Marketing, E3

Xbox One mouse and keyboard support only 'months away' 3
by Chris Kerr [06.15.16]
"When we enable PC and mouse on console it'll be interesting to see how many of those creators think about running their PC and mouse-only game on console."
Console/PC, Production, E3

Sony expecting PlayStation VR supply issues  
by Chris Kerr [06.15.16]
"We have growing confidence that we'll be supply constrained with this product, but we'll do our very best to meet demand."
VR, Business/Marketing, E3

Microsoft says 'no' to the notion of Scorpio-exclusive Xbox games 6
by Alex Wawro [06.14.16]
As E3 2016 putters along, Microsoft executive Aaron Greenberg responds to people questioning whether or not some games might be exclusive to Microsoft's more powerful "Scorpio" Xbox with "no."
Console/PC, Business/Marketing, E3

Xbox boss Phil Spencer on Scorpio and the future of console cycles  
by Chris Kerr [06.14.16]
"Consumer expectation is that, if you wanted to, you could go buy a new cell phone every year. I don’t want to get into that mode with a console."
Console/PC, Business/Marketing, E3

Kojima Productions reveals new game Death Stranding at E3 2
by Chris Baker [06.13.16]
Hideo Kojima appeared on stage at Sony's E3 press conference to unveil a trailer for Kojima Productions' new game, its first since parting ways with Konami. The game will be called Death Stranding.
Console/PC, Art, Design, E3

Sony confirms release date for Playstation VR at E3  
by Chris Baker [06.13.16]
At E3 today, Sony set a firm release date of October 13th for their VR hardware previously known as Project Morpheus. They also announced VR titles in major franchise like Final Fantasy and Star Wars.
VR, Console/PC, Business/Marketing, Video, E3

Finally: Sony confirms The Last Guardian release date at E3  
by Chris Baker [06.13.16]
Sony's long awaited platfotmer The Last Guardian finally gets a release date at E3 2016.
Console/PC, Business/Marketing, Video, E3

Watch the PlayStation conference at E3 2016 right here  
by Staff [06.13.16]
This year's Electronic Entertainment Expo continues with Sony's PlayStation showcase at 6 PM Pacific, which the company will surely use to hype up its games and hardware plans for the year to come.
Console/PC, Business/Marketing, Video, E3

Ubisoft CEO stresses creative independence as Vivendi takeover threat looms 2
by Kris Graft [06.13.16]
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot took a moment to stress the importance of creative freedom at the end of his company’s E3 conference in L.A. today, an apparent gesture of defiance against Vivendi.
Business/Marketing, E3

Analysis: Microsoft's cross-platform future is about competing on its own terms 5
by Kris Graft [06.13.16]
Microsoft's E3 2016 press conference was all about platform agnosticism and leveraging its unique advantage as the owner of Windows.
Console/PC, Business/Marketing, E3

CDPR tries its hand at F2P with standalone version of The Witcher's Gwent 2
by Alex Wawro [06.13.16]
Polish developer CD Projekt Red is dipping a toe into the waters of free-to-play game design with Gwent, a standalone digital version of the collectible card (mini)game in the studio's 2015 hit The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
Social/Online, Business/Marketing, E3

Don't miss Gamasutra's E3 2016 coverage all week long!  
by Staff [06.13.16]
E3 2016 is off and running! We're running along with it, and now you can keep tabs on Gamasutra's coverage of breaking news and developer-focused interviews on our special event page.
VR, Console/PC, Social/Online, Smartphone/Tablet, Indie, Business/Marketing, E3

Microsoft confirms plans to release a more powerful Xbox next year: 'Scorpio' 1
by Alex Wawro [06.13.16]
Xbox chief Phil Spencer closed out Microsoft's E3 showcase today by confirming that yes, Microsoft is going to release a more powerful Xbox console next year that will play all existing Xbox One games.
Console/PC, Business/Marketing, E3