• Netflix is launching two Stranger Things games

    3 days ago - By The Next Web

    After dominating the streaming video arena, Netflix is set to dip its toes into gaming. At E3 last night, the company announced it's going to make video games based on its popular original shows, starting with its hit 80s-themed horror series, Stranger Things. Stranger Things 3: The Game will be released on July 4 - that coincides with the release of the new season of the show - on Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One. Additionally, a location-based puzzle RPG for mobile devices will be released sometime next year. The company has made the game in partnership with Finnish studio Next...
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  • E3 2019 Schedule: All Live Streams, Events, Games, And More

    E3 2019 Schedule: All Live Streams, Events, Games, And More

    3 days ago - By GameSpot

    Update 2: While the press conferences of E3 have all concluded, that's not the end of publishers showing off stuff at E3 2019. The show has only just opened, and many developers are set to show off their new games on GameSpot's E3 Live Stage Show. Check out our schedule for the rest of the week, and come back to find out more about upcoming titles! Update: Today's Nintendo Direct has now ended, and it did not disappoint: Nintendo revealed Witcher 3 for Nintendo Switch , the next Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC characters , and information on a Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel...
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  • Carrion Gameplay - 20 Minutes Of Brutal Carnage | E3 2019

    3 days ago - By GameSpot

    Horror fans rejoice! We played Developer Digital's upcoming game Carrion at E3 2019, where you kill everyone as the monster.
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  • E3 2019: All the weirdest stuff from the show floor - CNET

    3 days ago - By CNET

    E3 isn't just about the games. It's about the presentation! Check out some of the weirder stuff from the most interesting booths.
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  • Netflix Gets Serious About Games at E3 2019

    3 days ago - By Tom's Guide

    With the help of external developers, Netflix is prepared to invest heavily in making games that live up to the shows they're based on.
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