E3 Rundown: Part Two - Everything Else

There were tonnes of other cool looking games announced at E3 and whist they don't currently have a release date, they are definitely worth getting excited about.

The Last of Us: Part II (PS4)

I doubt there's anyone that played the first The Last of Us and isn't excited for this one (well... except for homophobes). The first game was a masterpiece and this one, boosted by the graphical power of the PS4, looks to be a worthy sequel. We can't wait.

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Alex has this awesome The Last of Us half sleeve design that he's dying to tattoo. It could be adapted for another body part if you were interested. Make a booking here to get this spectacular design.

 

Cyberpunk 2077 (PC, PS4, XBOne)

This new IP looks like its set in a future that's a cross between Back to the Future Part II and Blade Runner. How can you go wrong with that?

Rage 2 (PC, PS4, XBOne)

The first Rage was a blast; a massive game spread over 3 discs. Between Fallout 76, Doom Eternal, and this, Bethesda had an awesome showing.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (PC, PS4, XBOne)

Assassin's Creed games are often hit or miss. When they're good, they're awesome but at their worst, they are stupidly buggy. Here's hoping this is an awesome one.

Doom Eternal (PC, PS4, XBOne)

Doom, one of the first games that parent groups protesting and the game that gave the world PvP FPS. All of the Doom games since have been phenomenal so here's hoping that this one is more like them and nothing like the film based on them.

Halo Infinite (XBOne)

The last Halo game was a bit of a let down but I still have faith in the Halo franchise. The hours I've spent playing Halo games are uncountable.

Alex has been working on a Masterchief/Cortana design that would be amazing for any Holo fans out there

Shadow of the Tomb Raider (XBOne)

Since XBox got the exclusivity of the Tomb Raider licence the newer Tomb Raider games have been amazing. In this age of multiplayer gaming, it's great that there's still some classic single player gameplay coming out.

There were many other amazing looking games at this year's E3 but we're a tattoo studio and these are just the one's we'll be talking about as you're getting tattooed.