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E3 2021 highlights: Metroid Dread, Elden Ring, Battlefield 2042 and more

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E3 2021 brought us a ton of exciting gaming announcements, from a gameplay trailer for Elden Ring, to the surprise reveal of Metroid Dread. Microsoft, Nintendo, Bethesda, Bandai Namco, Square Enix and other major gaming companies showed off exciting new titles, and expanded on some other games that we already know about. Whether you like to play action side-scrollers, inventive Japanese RPGs, expansive racing games or anything in-between, E3 2021 was a good time to be a gamer.

Since this year’s event was an all-digital affair, we didn’t get a chance to go hands-on with any games. As such, the Tom’s Guide staff has rounded up our favorite games and hardware from the event in lieu of traditional awards. Something about these products caught our interest, and we’re counting down the days until we can try them out for ourselves. Keep an eye on these games and gear over the next few months; they’ll more than likely be worth checking out when they launch.

Advance Wars 1 + 2: Reboot Camp 

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I played the heck out of the original Game Boy Advance versions of the Advance Wars titles back in the early 2000s. In fact, I still occasionally listen to each commanding officer’s catchy theme on loop just for fun. Unsurprisingly, I’m delighted to see that Nintendo’s decided to remaster both games and bring them to the Switch.

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