The Most Buzzworthy Games of E3 2017

From 'Super Mario Odyssey' and 'Call of Duty' to bold multiplayer experiments and beautiful new concepts. The games we're buzzing about most



There was a dearth of Souls-like games at E3 this year, but we did see Ashen – a promising new dungeon crawl from indie developer Aurora44 – a studio of former Weta Workshop special effects whizzes. The Journey-like anonymous co-op and polygonal art style ushers two players through a misty cordillera full of spiders, skeletons and (probably) a whole lot worse.

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