Kotaku recently attended the Summer Game Fest and had the opportunity to try out some highly anticipated games. One of the games explored was Star Wars Outlaws, featuring the lovable scoundrel Kay Vess and her companion Nix. The game offers a vibrant world full of bright colors, droids, and back-alley gambling. Another game highlighted was Horizon Lego Adventures, a Lego game with a twist based on Horizon Zero Dawn. Additionally, Kotaku delved into the upcoming RPG, Citizen Sleeper 2, and the discourse surrounding Dragon Age: The Veilguard.

In 2023, Larian Studios released Baldur’s Gate 3, which was well-received by RPG fans, filling a gap left by BioWare’s absence in the RPG genre. The Xbox showcase at the Summer Game Fest revealed the prequel to the Gears of War trilogy, titled Gears of War: E-Day, generating excitement among fans. Kotaku also shared insights into the new Steam Next Fest demo for I Am Your Beast, showcasing intense gameplay moments.

The article highlighted the joy experienced while playing Astro Bot, a PlayStation game that offers a whimsical and delightful experience, deviating from the typical Hollywood cinematics often seen in first-party Sony games. Dragon Ball fans have been eagerly awaiting the sequel to Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, and Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero seems to deliver on the expectations of diehard fans.

Neva, an action-adventure game revealed a year ago, promises to be an emotional journey for players, drawing on the developer Nomada Studios’ track record of evoking strong emotions in players. The tower defense game Kunitsu-Gami: Path Of The Goddess presents a unique twist on the genre, captivating players with its novel approach.

Lastly, as a fan of Citizen Sleeper, the journalist had high hopes for Citizen Sleeper 2: Starward Vector but was surprised by the unexpected choices and outcomes in the game. Overall, the Summer Game Fest provided a glimpse into the future of gaming with exciting titles and experiences for players to look forward to.