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A most unexpected (and nice) surprise was tucked inside Microsoft’s Xbox conference - the announcement of a new Microsoft Flight Simulator. It’s the first MS Flight sim since 2006, and the return of one of Microsoft’s PC gaming cornerstones back before 2000 and the arrival of Xbox.
I seriously thought that one of the best highlights from E3 so far was Need For Speed: Payback, which will introduce some Fast and Furious type action mixed with an essence of Burnout. However, Ubisoft has gotten me even more intrigued with The Crew 2, which steps away from conventional street racing and goes far, far beyond.
Those kooky trailblazers of physics-focused gameplay at Bossa Studios have announced the next project up their sleeves: a physics-based (of course) multiplayer adventure aboard great wooden airships, called Worlds Adrift.