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Submitted by DavePSU 319d ago | opinion piece

The Daily Five: Games to Watch From E3 2014

"It's very easy to get lost in the hype surrounding the big AAA titles that take up the banners, flashy display screens, and massive booths that comprise E3 year after year, but in doing so, you may also overlook some of the gems that get the occasional mention here and there but may be whisked under the rug for the next round of Destiny hands-on articles, The Order: 1886 gameplay trailers, or Far Cry 4 developer interviews." - Steve Perry, Stealthy Box (ABZU, Bloodborne, Culture, E3, Grim Fandango, Let It Die, PS4, Splatoon, Wii U)

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