E3 2017 Round Up and Thoughts: Nintendo

img_3433Nintendo have avoided doing a press conference at E3 for the last 3 years now, instead opting to do a Nintendo Direct, which up until this year – hasn’t really paid off for them. The reason behind this is simple; they spend too much time on one game and neglect to have a strong support of smaller titles to keep us interested. While they didn’t stray too far from this template; what they did show was incredibly strong and exciting for Switch owners and those hoping to buy one in the near future.   Continue reading

Ubisoft E3 Conference Predicitons


So far we have had EA, Microsoft, Bethesda and Devolver Digital wow the world with their new gaming news. Well, some more than others anyway! Devolver Digital have so far stolen this years E3 – seriously, if you haven’t watched it yet , you can do so right now by clicking right here! Next up on the agenda, Ubisoft. So what can we expect from Ubi this year? Continue reading

EA Press Conference Predictions

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Hooray! It is the return of E3 – aka A Gamers Christmas! Luckily, life has calmed down a bit as well so I actually have time to sit down a right a post about it! For the next few days me and Luvva will be bringing you what we expect in these conferences as well as a few cheeky wish-list predictions! So, shall we begin with EA? I think we shall! Continue reading

My Anti-picks of E3


In my last post I stated that this years E3 was as good as I can remember; there were tons of great looking games announced and plenty for us to look forward too! However that doesn’t mean that every reveal was a success. Far from it, there were many, many reveals that fell flat or were greeted with a response of “why is this a thing?”

Here are my selections of the things that E3 convinced me NOT to buy. Continue reading

Sony E3 2016 Predictions

…it’s the most wonderful time, of the year!


Come on everybody, step on up! We have games for sell! This year, or next! Or quite possibly even the following! Aren’t you all excited?! Yes ladies and gentlemen, it is E3 time once again – so here at the Luvva Tower we thought we would do and give you our predictions (which we did quite good on last year!) so you don’t have to worry about missing those pesky E3 conferences! 2.00am GMT Sony? Naw, I will just read it on the blog a few days before hand thanks! Continue reading

Microsoft E3 Predictions



E3 is right around the corner, gamer Christmas, new hardware and software and more promises than a boyband album from the early 2000s!

I am fucking excited (despite all the recent “leaks” online) so what better time to get my predictions in? There is no better time! Sherry is tackling the Sony stuff so that leaves me with Microsoft (because Nintendo are being dicks and not having anything other than Zelda there this year!).

I’m not at all annoyed by this because their show last year was great; the full conference can be found on the bottom of the post for a reminder! Anyway here’s what I think will happen during their presser! Continue reading

Sony E3 Press Conference Review


My Body Was Ready!

I feel like I should start this article by clarifying that I am probably the biggest Sony fan you are ever likely to meet. I own every console they have every made (even 3 variations of PS3) and I am a big advocate of their phones. However, I feel like this will not cloud my judgement of critiquing Sony in any way – I am able to call them on the bullshit they try to pull from time to time. I am not blinded by them…but I will say, Sony definitely won E3! Continue reading

Microsoft’s E3 Conference: A Luvva Overview


To continue our E3 month we will be using the next few posts to go back over the major press conferences and reflect on what we have seen transpire.

As a note I will not be putting these posts in the context of other companies press conferences. I will be treating them as an entity by themselves – with a little hindsight thrown in of course, nothing worse than reading the incoherent ramblings of an excited gamer (I’m sure you all go enough of that on my twitter feed during the conferences).

In my Microsoft predictions post I stated that “I expect MS to hit hard this year” and I was proven right on this; they did indeed hit hard. So hard in fact that they easily had their best conference since 2007 – in parts it was incredible! Continue reading