E3 2014 is long over at this point. Take one last look at the best we saw this year.
Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes adds more features and heroes than you might think.
We discuss Destiny's worlds, main hub, and customization with a member of the Bungie team.
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham includes playable Joker and Lex Luthor, space combat and intergalactic crime-fighting.
Infinitap Games' Matt Gilgenbach has created a memorable game by drawing on his own experiences with OCD and depression.
Go dungeon-crawling in one of many Atlus' Persona spinoffs, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth.
Accoring to Lead Artist Joel Emslie, Respawn Entertainment is constantly trying to improve Titanfall, which often means surfing YouTube and listening to in-game bellyaching.
The President and CEO of Paradox Interactive, makers of Europa Universalis, has gotten into bed with the PlayStation and it feels good.
Pillars of Eternity makes its first public showing at E3, and it plays on the memory of those old isometric RPGs you loved so much.
We may have given out several of "Best of E3" awards to a bunch of great games this year, but there's a few extra games deserving some special recognition.
There were too many games at this show, they should really cut it down to a manageable level.
The last day of E3 2014 really sold Josh Vanderwall on the show this year, though there were a couple of gems in the first two days.
John has been to 14 E3s. Yeah, he's old. So something must have made an impression on him at this year's E3, right? Right?
Sarah LeBoeuf is a veteran of E3 for The Escapist team. What were her high points from this year's show?
Carly Smith was all over the show floor at this year's E3. What five games impressed her the most?