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A casual video gamer’s guide to 2018 E3 announcements

Start stretching your thumbs because there are lots of new video games ahead.

The E3 trade show is an exciting time for gamers who get to watch as most of the big publishers and game technology companies come together to show off what’s coming in the next year. It’s typically our first chance to see some blockbuster titles, as well as catch up on a few indie games that we shouldn’t let slip under the radar.

While many of the announcements cater to the hardcore gamer, you don’t have to have encyclopedic gaming knowledge to appreciate the flood of new content coming to your PCs and consoles. Here’s a running overview of the new stuff that we’ll update throughout the show

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