Echoes of an Elusive Age just got a new trailer ahead of its Western PC release at Square Enix's E3 press conference.
There was very little information on it, other than the implication that it has a pretty complex backstory and what seems to be a tone more similar to Dark Souls than Bayonetta.
A live action trailer seamlessly morphs into an a CG fight sequence in the teaser for "The Quiet Man".
Square Enix showed off a chunk of gameplay from the upcoming Tomb Raider game, showing Lara Croft pulling off a whole bunch of deadly and creative stealth assassinations. But the livestream did include a reveal for a brand new PlatinumGames title called Babylon's Fall.
Skyrim isn't coming to Alexa...but this makes us wish it was
Unfortunately, it looks as if the skill is now only available in the United States version of the Amazon Alexa Skills store. If you don't have an Echo speaker, you can install the Alexa app on your phone and play Skyrim right on your device.
What was Just Cause 4 doing here?
In a rather short showcase at E3 Monday, Square Enix teased a handful of games - mostly ones that have already been announced - to get people excited about what's in store for the near future.
It's out next year, but only for PlayStation 4 and PC. This could mean the game will be a cooperative title, but we will have to wait until more details come out to find out for certain. The dialogue was pretty bad though and it wasn't made any better by the British-accented voiceovers. Not content jockeying for space inside big first-party press conferences for Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo, they needed stages all to themselves. Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World are joining up to make two groups of nerds incredibly happy.