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Most anticipated new release of June?

Beyond Blue 2 0.18%
 
Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics 120 10.90%
 
Desperados 3 18 1.63%
 
The Last of Us Part II 624 56.68%
 
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3 44 4.00%
 
Warborn 1 0.09%
 
One of the remasters 34 3.09%
 
One of the DLCs 19 1.73%
 
Something else 43 3.91%
 
Nothing this month 196 17.80%
 
Total:1,101

Which one of the upcoming releases in June are you looking forward to the most? (List taken from axumblade's Most Wanted thread.)

Beyond Blue
Burnout Paradise (NS)
Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics
Command and Conquer Remastered
Control: The Foundation (DLC)
Desperados 3
The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor (PS4, XB1)
The Last of Us Part II
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3
Mr. Driller DrillLand
The Outer Worlds (NS)
Pokemon Sword and Shield: The Isle of Armor (DLC)
Pro Cycling Manager 2020
Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break
Spongebob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated
Tour de France 2020
Warborn

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Bonus question: June used to be the month of E3, but this year it got cancelled due to the coronavirus. Are you disappointed by the lack of an onslaught of gaming news, are you indifferent, or are you okay with it because today's social media channels as well as news feeds on the consoles themselves make it hard to miss important gaming news anyway?



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Pretty lousy month it looks like. Nothing.

I knew E3 was dying for years. It was going to end sooner or later anyway. Tho as a person of routine it will be an adjustment.

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Bite my shiny metal cockpit!

Strange as it may sound, clubhouse games has me most interested. Trapped inside with the pandemic, having a bunch of classic boardgames easily accessible with convenient multiplayer is sounding kind of nice, especially since this isn't a full priced game.



Probably Command & Conquer remastered, though I'll wait for reviews (and a price tag) to see if it's another reforged disaster or not.



If last year's E3 was the last one we'll all be happier for it.



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Clubhouse Games. It didn't look interesting to me at first, because I thought it was only boardgames and cardgames. When I realized there are some motion control games thrown in there too, it became a much better deal to me. So, definitely Clubhouse Games.

Bonus: I like E3. I like having one intense week with tons of gaming reveals. It's exciting. It's an event. Gaming is supposed to be fun. Canceling E3 is canceing the fun.



If I didn't already have Trails of Cold Steel 3 on PS4, then it would be that. After that it's TLoU part 2 and C&C Remastered that I'm most looking forward to.



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The Last Of Us Part 2. Hope its as good as the first one



I'm most excited about The Last of Us 2 but I might buy Burnout Paradise again for the Switch.

As far as gaming news, it's felt empty for now but hopefully that'll change when the digital events happen. I doubt anything besides Microsoft and Sony next gen showcases will offer the excitement that e3 and other gaming conferences offer but it'll be a good summer of announcements at least.



Looks like my focus will be Xenoblade next month