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All the Games Announced at E3 2014 Press Conferences

A comprehensive list of all the games debuting at E3 2014.

The Electronic Entertainment Expo is finally over. If you're lucky, you were able to watch from the comfort of your own home, but like most people, you probably weren't able to catch everything. 

If you're tired of sifting through articles and videos trying to figure out exactly what happened at the Electronic Entertainment Expo this year, just stop. GameSkinny has got you covered. 

I present to you a comprehensive list (by company) of the games announced at E3. We've even included links to game trailers when possible.

Sony

  1. Abzu
  2. Batman: Arkham Knight
  3. Bloodborne
  4. Dead Island 2
  5. Destiny
  6. Entwined
  7. Grand Theft Auto V (PS4)
  8. Grim Fandango
  9. Infamous First Light (DLC)
  10. Let It Die
  11. Little Big Planet 3
  12. Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain
  13. Mortal Kombat X
  14. No Man's Sky
  15. Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty
  16. PlanetSide 2
  17. Rise of the Tomb Raider
  18. The Last of Us Remastered
  19. The Order: 1886
  20. Uncharted 4: A Thief's End

Microsoft

  1. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
  2. Crackdown
  3. Dance Central: Spotlight
  4. Evolve
  5. Fable Legends
  6. Fantasia: Music Evolved
  7. Forza Horizon 2
  8. Halo 5: Guardians
  9. Halo: The Master Chief Collection
  10. Inside
  11. Killer Instinct
  12. Ori and the Blind Forest
  13. Phantom Dust
  14. Project Spark
  15. Rise of the Tomb Raider
  16. Scalebound
  17. Sunset Overdrive
  18. Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition Ex Plus Alpha
  19. The Witcher III: Wild Hunt

Nintendo

  1. Art Academy
  2. Bayonetta 2
  3. Captain Toad's Treasure Tracker
  4. Fantasy Life
  5. Hyrule Warriors
  6. Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
  7. The Legend of Zelda
  8. Mario Maker
  9. Mario Party 10
  10. Mario vs. Donkey Kong
  11. Pokemon Art Academy
  12. Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire
  13. Professor Layton vs. Pheonix Wright: Ace Attorney
  14. Splatoon
  15. Star Fox
  16. Super Smash Bros. 
  17. Xenoblade Chronicles X
  18. Yoshi's Wooly World

EA

  1. Battlefield: Hardline
  2. New BioWare IP
  3. Dragon Age: Inquisition
  4. FIFA 15
  5. Madden 15
  6. Mirror's Edge 2
  7. New Mass Effect Game
  8. NHL 15
  9. PGA Tour 2015
  10. Star Wars: Battlefront
  11. The Sims 4
  12. UFC

Ubisoft

  1. Assassin's Creed Unity
  2. Far Cry 4
  3. Just Dance 2015
  4. Shape Up
  5. The Crew
  6. Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6: Siege
  7. Tom Clancy's The Division
  8. Valiant Hearts: The Great War

So with over 60 new games announced, what games are you most looking forward to?

Published Jun. 12th 2014
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  • dawgeth
    Both Assassin's Creed Unity (Huge fan of this franchise) and Rainbow Six Siege top my list. I have so many memories of all the past Rainbow Six games, I'm really looking forward to seeing how this one competes in creating new experiences.

    And it looks like Nintendo is REALLY stepping up there game! Some great offerings from them.
  • Kate Reynolds
    Senior Intern
    Yeh! It was definitely great seeing Nintendo step up this year. I remember someone on Twitter mentioned "Can I get a badge for owning a WiiU before E3 2014" because Nintendo's presentation is probably going to mean a lot more WiiU owners now.
  • dawgeth
    Haha, that's fantastic. A Nintendo system is the first thing I ever owned game wise, and it's unfortunate that over the years their competitive "edge" has dulled. They rely very heavy on nostalgia, the same characters, and their constant attention to being "family friendly."

    And I'm glad to see this year it's worked out for them. Having 3 kids of my own, I'm going to love sharing these new offerings with them - going to have to see about buying a WiiU though :)
  • Mary Yeager
    Senior Intern
    As a Wii U owner, I was personally fired up about the line up from Nintendo.
  • Mary Yeager
    Senior Intern
    Your kids will love it. I've got two, and even the youngest can use it no problem at all.

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