50 E3 2014 Yes/No Questions, Big Boss Predictions, and Kiefer Predictions are discussed. We used Skype in order to have fans of the show call in live to discuss speculative E3 topics with us. In this second part of this long episode, discussion includes Nintendo, Third-Party, and much more, whereas part one included Microsoft and Sony! Fans gave their bold “Big Boss Predictions” and then followed it up with even crazier “Kiefer Predictions,” after the news broke that Kiefer Sutherland would be the voice of Big Boss in Metal Gear Solid V. After E3 happens, we will be back next weekend with the winner of our Yes/No contest in order to discuss all that happened at the Electronic Entertainment Expo! But for now and for posterity, enjoy this hype-filled episode! Youko, TheBuzzSaw, Super, TonyTH, and all our fans who called in break down the latest news from the gaming world!
Easter Egg: A special guest joins during the break
50 YES/NO QUESTIONS
– Wii U gets some form of a hardware redesign or improvement
– A Wii U game is shown during the Digital Event that can use two Gamepads
– The Miiverse smartphone app is mentioned during the Digital Event
– More than one character is officially revealed for Super Smash Bros.
– Nintendo’s Near Field Communication (NFC) figures are specially integrated with Super Smash Bros.
– The Legend of Zelda game for Wii U features motion control, as previously seen in Skyward Sword
– A new game project helmed by Shigeru Miyamoto is revealed during the Digital Event
– Another Gamecube game will get a Wii U HD remake and it is shown during the Digital Event
– Plans for (one of the following) DS, N64, or Gamecube games on Wii U Virtual Console are revealed during the Digital Event
– The phrase “Up until now” is said during the Digital Event
– Square Enix gives Final Fantasy XV a release month for the U.S.
– A new game in one of the following franchises is revealed: Half-Life, Portal, Left 4 Dead
– Metal Gear Solid V will have a new trailer shown at either the Microsoft or Sony conference
– Capcom reveals a new Resident Evil game
– EA reveals the next brand-new Mass Effect game
– The Wii U is completely absent during EA and Ubisoft’s conferences
– Ubisoft ends their conference with a new game reveal (one not already confirmed to exist by Ubisoft) again
– Grand Theft Auto V makes the jump to Xbox One and PlayStation 4
– Destiny has a stage demo during either the Microsoft or Sony conference
– A game is revealed in a series, in which its last title installment was released at least 10 years ago
IS THIS THE YEAR FOR (News Regarding…)
– The Last Guardian
– Star Fox (Wii U)
– Metroid (Wii U or 3DS)
– Fallout 4
– The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask (3DS)
– Crash Bandicoot
– Pokkén Fighters (Pokémon fighting game on Wii U)
– Beyond Good and Evil 2