The Elder Scrolls Online lets players roam the entire continent of Tamriel for the first time in an almost 1-to-1 translation of the franchise’s look and feel. But so far, it feel more like Elder Scrolls than it does an Elder Scrolls MMO.
Scribblenauts’ once-innovative gameplay might not feel so innovative anymore, but throw in every DC Comics character ever created, and it’s suddenly cool again.
A new user-interface system could let players stay in character throughout Splinter Cell and jump between every single mission and mode with ease … including the franchise’s first attempt at side missions.
Sam Fisher returns with gadgets, guns, and upgrades that key directly into the way you play, from gunman to ghost to something in-between. If only your opposition keyed in, too.
One of the best games of this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo is Quantic Dream’s Beyond: Two Souls.
Tier-1 operating got a big facelift in the last two years. Medal of Honor: Warfighter follows up on the 2010 reboot with a new engine, a new (and fictional) conflict, and lots of bad people to shoot. So a few familiar elements return, too.