Minimap E3 2015: The news outside of press conferences

Welcome to Talkgamer Minimap, a podcast about the biggest news of the day.

  • Subscribe on iTunes
  • Subscribe to the podcast (RSS)
  • Download this episode directly as an MP3

Minimap is your daily audio tour through the world of video games, related technologies and pop culture like comics, movies and TV. Here’s what we’re covering today:


  • Kerbal Space Program is coming to PS4, highlights Sony’s strength in Latin America
  • Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 arriving in September for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
  • PlayStation still not considering backward compatibility for PS4
  • DICE has a third mystery game that it’s not showing at E3
  • Starbreeze’s Walking Dead VR experience is a stand-alone game and will support SteamVR
  • Reggie Fils-Aime: Iwata didn’t apologize for Nintendo’s E3; we make great games
  • Nintendo’s Fils-Aime: Current state of VR isn’t fun
  • Halo veterans form new studio to tackle ‘new gaming technology’
  • Sony was worried about a female protagonist in Killzone dev’s new IP
  • The Last Guardian‘s incredible eight-year journey to the PlayStation 4
  • Red Dead Redemption leads the vote for backward compatibility on Xbox One
  • Xbox exec: Unannounced Kinect games in development internally and by third parties
  • Sony contributing to Shenmue 3 development
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst drops gun combat entirely

    Add Comment

    Skip to toolbar