E3 2015 | Future Wrap-Up

The E3 train keeps rolling on. The conferences may be over, but this week, our hard-working team shared some of their hands-on impressions of games they experienced on the show floor. We also have some off-screen video footage of a few of the games they played, and a new video segment called The oprainfall Minute, which runs down the winners and losers of E3. Be sure to check those out on our YouTube channel and let us know if you want to see more in the future.

There were so many games showcased last week that showing off a small handful of trailers just wasn’t enough. That, and the oprainfall Retro Commercial Research Team–in other words, me–was feeling lazy and decided to have yet another wrap-up focused on the Electronic Entertainment Exposition.

This time, however, I will be doing something different. Trailers weren’t the only videos to come out of E3, as some game companies had gameplay demonstrations streamed live across the Internet. Whether it was Nintendo Treehouse Live, PlayStation LiveCast, or something else, there were plenty of game demos available. Some were just a few minutes long, others lasted for almost an hour, and many revealed details that couldn’t be gleaned from a mere trailer.

So, here I present to you some videos of live streams from E3 2015.

Mighty No. 9

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below

Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash

Genei Ibun Roku #FE (formerly known as Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem)

Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water

Xenoblade Chronicles X (Day 2)

Xenoblade Chronicles X (Day 3)

You can check out all of our E3 2015 coverage right here.


Click here to see the ones published last week.


From E3 2015

The oprainfall Minute





Also, you can check out Operation Recap on our YouTube channel for an alternate take on this week’s news.

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Eric Chetkauskas
Eric has been playing video games for longer than he can remember. His interests skew toward retro games with an emphasis on Japanese RPGs like Chrono Trigger and the Dragon Quest series.