EGX 2018 - the UK's biggest games event, run by Eurogamer parent company Gamer Network - will host the first UK hands-on opportunity with Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee.
The team at Eurogamer picks its highlights from a lovely weekend in Birmingham.
E3 is the sort of thing that publishers and developers spend the whole year planning for. It's grand gestures and big reveals. But sometimes it's also something much more appealing - quirky little moments in games, fleeting instances where you glimpse something truly human happening. Here, then, are the best individual moments of E3 2018, with GIFs where appropriate.
EGX Rezzed was wonderful, wasn't it? Tim Schafer of Monkey Island and Grim Fandango fame came to shoot the breeze with editor Oli Welsh on stage, the teams behind Two Point Hospital and Phoenix Point delved into their upcoming creations, and Digital Foundry explained how Sony might get on the road to its next console, the PlayStation 5.
In 2015 Bloodborne saw the return of Hidetaka Miyazaki with another grim adventure, this time one that's set in a ruined city plagued with a sickness that's turned the residents decidedly grumpy.
Our essential guide to Miyazaki's latest dark adventure.
This weekend, Pokémon Go celebrated its latest Community Day - a monthly date for trainers to team up and, together, track down something special in the game.
2017 was a hell of a year for video games; can 2018 top it? We've combed our calendars for what we think are the most promising, or at least the most interesting, prospects due out this year - that we know about. Most of these games have been announced for 2018; some have no release date but we think stand a good chance of making it out before year's end. And of course, there are bound to be many great games out this year that we don't know about yet.