E3 2014 day two: everything you need to know

The second day of E3 2014 may not have had big, bombastic press conferences like E3 day one did, but there was still plenty to see. We got to play some of the biggest and best games at the show, and spoke to the developers making them. There's a lot to see, so let's break it down for you.


Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel hands-on: more than DLC, but not quite a sequel

Rainbow Six Siege E3 hands-on

Far Cry 4 E3 hands-on

Assassin's Creed: Unity E3 hands-on: Ubisoft rewrites the basics of the series

The Division E3 preview

Alien: Isolation E3 hands-on


Far Cry 4 interview with creative director Alex Hutchinson at E3 2014

Assassin's Creed: Unity dev talks player freedom and open-ended assassinations

Tales from the Borderlands interview with Telltale's Kevin Bruner


PC gaming could use more Nintendo-style charm

10 things we know about Rainbow 6: Siege from yesterday's debut showing

Why GTA 5 will be best on PC

Why EA's E3 documentary reveals missed the mark

E3 is about games that look good in trailers, but what are the games you want?


Obsidian's Armored Warfare E3 trailer mixes recon, artillery and MBTs

Juju announced, a lighthearted platformer for kids from the Shadow Warrior team

Serious Sam studio Croteam announces The Talos Principle, a first-person puzzle game

Dragon Age: Inquisition devs talk factions, dragons, and a 50-hour story arc at E3 2014

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot explains what happened to Rainbow Six: Patriots

Doom teaser trailer promises QuakeCon reveal

Alien Isolation trailer shows the unlikelihood of survival

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor trailer details 'Nemesis' system

Mortal Kombat 10 E3 footage komes komplete with fatality montage

Spec Ops: The Line developer announces aerial armada-focused Dreadnought

Dark Souls 2: The Lost Crown footage emerges, promises plenty of death

Roccat Sova revealed, a mouse and keyboard solution for Steam Machines

Batman: Arkham Knight E3 footage shows the multi-purpose Batmobile in action

Far Cry 4 Blood Dragon isn't out of the question, says Ubisoft


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