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This is it — pretty much last call — E3 2015 is NEXT WEEK, folks, and meetings are getting harder and harder to make. Seven days from now, thousands of game industry dorks will descend upon Los Angeles, each acting as cool as they can, each enjoying the one event where they have a realistic shot to make big-time party VIP lists. Oh E3… never change.

So what kind of amazing stuff are we still booking meetings for this year? Well, we’ve got some great games and we’ve got a handful of slots left.

See below and if you still need appointments – now is the time — slots are getting very few and far between. We try to accommodate walk-ups during the show, but it’s easier to plan ahead!


Frontier Developments’ sweeping space simulation opus brings massively multiplayer gameplay to a 1:1 recreation of the Milky Way galaxy and all 400 billion star systems therein. Released on PC in December and on Mac last month, Elite: Dangerous now journeys exclusively to Xbox One, opening up space exploration, interstellar trading, pirating, being a mercenary, and many other ways to play to the console audience. At E3, the game will be on full display for the very first time so come see how the technological geniuses at Frontier have made this incredible transition.



ASTRO Gaming, creators of premium video gaming equipment, will be showing off several of its award-winning and most popular headsets and accessories that are now fully compatible with and available for the Xbox One®, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft.  Including the  entirely redesigned ASTRO Gaming A40 + MixAmpM80 for Xbox One, the new stand alone MixAmp M80 for Xbox One and the AG1 Chat Connector for the  ASTRO Gaming A50 Wireless System for Xbox One, which features Dolby® 7.1, KleerNet™ 5.8GHz wireless and much more.


Available on Steam later this year, Sword Coast Legends will feature an entirely classic yet highly innovative take on RPG gaming, including: a deep and engrossing storyline; innovative 5th Edition D&D rules; party-based gameplay featuring fully cooperative multiplayer; a robust variety of NPCs and party members with dynamic backstories; and, most importantly, Dungeon Master Mode which delivers an entirely unique and first-of-its-kind experience where a Dungeon Master guides players through customizable adventures. If you’re looking for the best D&D game at E3 — this is where to find it.


Seasun’s first planned release in North America is Relics of Gods, a 3-v-3 turn-based, strategy PvP mobile game, specifically developed with western audiences in mind. Relics of Gods is anticipated to launch in the App Store this summer and will be rolling out in some European markets soon after the NA launch.

In Relics of Gods, players – with their team members — choose three heroes from dozens of available options to form a deadly combination of varying abilities. They will then work together, using a series of attacks, skills and divine blessings to defeat their foes. Teamwork and communication are imperative to unleashing the greatest potential and attaining victory.

Relics of Gods has been in development for more than three years, with a major development investment of more than $20 million. Seasun Entertainment’s commitment to excellence includes utilizing an incredible lineup of the industry’s best resources, including music produced by Mark Griskey, the composer for popular games such as Marvel Heroes and Star Wars as well as several titles for Disney; and artwork directed by James Zhang, who worked on World of Warcraft and Supercell’s Clash of Clans.



IndieCade, the premier international festival of independent games, will host their annualIndieCade Showcase @ E3 during E3 2015 in Los Angeles, bringing more than 30 of the most creative and varied independently developed games to the industry’s largest stage. Games to be showcased include video games for all platforms, virtual reality, tabletop games, performance and physical games, and many more.

The IndieCade Showcase @ E3 booth will be divided into several key areas, including areas dedicated to platforms like PC, Mobile, and Console as well as categories like Big Games, eSports, and Installations. In addition, key sponsors will be hosting areas, such as Intel’s Lounge and the VR Zone, sponsored by Oculus. Games will also be shown by IndieCade Festival partners Sony Computer Entertainment America (PlayStation) and LOOT Interactive.