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Abzu

From Matt Nava, art director of Flower and Journey, comes Abzu (PS4, PC), a game about exploring the gorgeous environments under the sea.

Watch the E3 2016 trailer here.

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Photo by: Giant Squid Games

We Happy Few

Survival horror We Happy Few, (Xbox One, PC) from the developer of Contrast, takes place in a dystopian 1960s, where the horrible memories of WWII are suppressed using a drug called Joy.

Watch the E3 2016 trailer here.

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Photo by: Compulsion Games

Aragami

Stealth game Aragami (PS4, PC) puts you in the role of an undead assassin with the ability to control shadows.

Watch the trailer here.


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Photo by: LinceWorks

Cuphead

I've been watching the beautifully hand-animated run-and-gun game Cuphead (Xbox One, PC) by Studio MDHR for some time now, and it's nearly ready for release.

You can watch a gameplay video here.

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Photo by: Studio MDHR

Fe

Fe, the first title from Gothenberg-based Zoink Games, sees you playing as an adorable little fox-creature on a journey of discovery to save the balance of nature.

Watch the E3 2016 trailer here.

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Photo by: Zoink Games

Harmonix Music VR

E3 2016 was the year of virtual reality, and even Harmonix (Frequency, Amplitude, Guitar Hero) is getting in on the action, with this glorious VR music experience (PSVR).

Watch the E3 2016 trailer here.

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Photo by: Harmonix

How We Soar

VR is going to be incredible for experiences we can't actually have, like flying as a bird. In How We Soar (PSVR), you control a phoenix bringing to life a fictional world as you fly.

Watch the E3 2016 trailer here.


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Photo by: Penny Black Studios

Absolver

Absolver (PS4, Xbox One, PC) is an online multiplayer game that's all about melee fighting on your quest to become an Absolver, focusing on real-time attacks, dodges, feints and counters. It looks utterly breathtaking.

You can watch the trailer here.

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Photo by: Sloclap

Vampyr

RPG Vampyr (PS4, Xbox One, PC) comes from the developer of Remember Me and Life is Strange, and puts you in the role of a doctor turned vampire torn between his Hippocratic oath and new vampiric bloodlust. Awesome.

Watch the E3 2016 trailer here.


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Photo by: Dontnod Entertainment

Tyranny

Tyranny asks the question: What happens after the bad guys have won, and what if you are one of their leaders?

You can check out the trailer here.

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Photo by: Obsidian Entertainment

Inside

Another gorgeously gloomy adventure from Limbo developer Playdead, Inside (Xbox One, PC) puts you in the role of a young boy who may be the only one who can stop evil mind control experiments being conducted on humans.

Watch the E3 2016 trailer here.


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Photo by: Playdead

Styx: Shards of Darkness

If you're tired of all the same old video-games, stealth game Styx: Shards of Darkness (PS4, Xbox One, PC; sequel to 2014's Master of Shadows) tells the story of a wise-cracking, morally ambiguous goblin thief.

Watch the E3 2016 trailer here.


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Photo by: Cyanide Studios

Manifold Garden

Manifold Garden (PS4, PC, Mac, Linux) is going to delight puzzle gamers everywhere. Set in an impossible, Escher-esque series of architectures, it tasks you with changing your perspective, literally.

You can check out the trailer here.


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Photo by: William Chyr Studio

Yooka-Laylee

A team of former Banjo-Kazooie devs formed their own indie studio for Yooka-Laylee (PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, PC, Mac, Linux) Banjo Kazooie's spiritual successor.

Watch the E3 2016 trailer here.


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Photo by: Playtonic

Death Stranding

Hideo Kojima has announced his own studio's first title, and despite backing from Sony the auter is in full creative control. Death Stranding (PS4, PC), starring Norman Reedus, already has a cult conspiracy following.

You can watch the E3 2016 trailer here.

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Photo by: Kojima Productions

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