E3 2014 day three: everything you need to know

Day three of E3 2014 has come to a close, and we're nearing the end of the largest videogaming show of the year. We've seen and played a lot of games, walked lots of miles, touched so many grubby mice, all in the service of finding the best the show has to offer. Did you miss anything from the show? Let's run down today's important bits—and don't forget to check out our coverage of day one and day two .


Hotline Miami 2 E3 preview: "you can make Hotline Miami 3" in the sequel's level editor

The Witcher 3 E3 preview: on combat and why we can "expect the game to look way better" on release

Tales From The Borderlands preview: Telltale's storytelling is worth a return trip to Pandora

Batman: Arkham Knight E3 hands-on: high-fiving the Batmobile

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare preview: can laser rifles and stealth mines refresh the CoD formula?


Shroud of the Avatar E3 interview: Lord British speaks to his people

Civilization: Beyond Earth E3 interview: diplomacy, quests and putting the pieces together

Razer CEO shows off E3 gear: Kraken Neon headset, NZXT H440 case

Oculus Rift interview with Nate Mitchell at E3 2014


The lack of female characters in Assassin's Creed: Unity is more than unfortunate

Why Halo: The Master Chief Collection belongs on PC

Wes played Shroud of the Avatar with Richard Garriott and saw that the cult of Lord British still lives


Razer expands into PC cases with custom-designed NZXT N440

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt unleashes new screens for E3

H1Z1 designer claims engine supports "more zombies than you can kill in a lifetime"

Homefront: The Revolution drops ten minutes of E3 gameplay

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris producer talks engine improvements, new scope

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime dev talks "mood" influences, shows E3 trailer

Elite Dangerous arrives at E3 station with a cargo hold full of trailer footage

Grim Fandango retrospective video features Tim Schafer, nostalgia

Civiliation: Beyond Earth devs want to play with "science and science fiction"

Dragon Age: Inquisition dev claims 40 possible endings, nearly unlimited character options

Grand Theft Auto V pre-orders now available

The Witcher 3 footage shows the search for the ashen-haired woman


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