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Brace yourselves: E3 2016 is nearly upon us. From June 12-16, the entire gaming industry will converge on Los Angeles to showcase the biggest games that we’ll be playing for 2016 and beyond. We’ve been updating our Games of E3 List whenever news drops, but now we’re going to go even deeper. Every day leading up to the show, we’re going to highlight one of the biggest games that we hope to see more of at E3. Up today: ReCore!





We saw ReCore for the first time at Microsoft's E3 media briefing last year. The surprise announcement outed a unique project for Microsoft Games Studio, one that brought together the former Metroid Prime makers of Armature Studio and Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune. Sadly, outside of admitting ReCore was a video game coming to Xbox One, Microsoft didn’t want to say anything substantial about the project.




t’s hard not to get excited for a game involving key talent from the Metroid Prime games. In this case, former MP director Mark Pacini will helm the project. The game appears to be set in a deserted, post-apocalyptic world and focuses on a mysterious girl and her robot dog-like companion.

Over the course of the trailer, we learn that the buddy’s core can be placed into other robot shells, and the protagonist can claim enemy core’s from robot foes. And that’s about it! We’re excited to learn if Armature’s talents will be leveraged to make ReCore in the style of Metroidvania games or something entirely new instead, and we want to see what Inafune brings to this unique collaboration.




9/10. Since Microsoft had so little to say about this exciting project, I think it’s highly likely that ReCore will appear at the show with a release date.

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