The 2014 Game Awards might be over, but the ridiculous onslaught of world premieres that graced its stage aren’t going away anytime soon. The night brought revelations about a range of upcoming games: known and unknown, AAA and indie. It was a kickass celebration of games overall too, with powerful moments owing to the participation of gaming greats like longtime Nintendo composer Koji Kondo and Sierra On-Line founders Ken and Roberta Williams.
There’s a lot of stuff to go through, so we thought it might be helpful to assemble it all into one place. Follow the links below to check out each and every one of the Game Awards’ crowd-riling world premieres.
- MGS V: The Phantom Pain goes competitive with a new and improved Metal Gear Online
- Tacoma is the next game from the team behind Gone Home, and it’s coming in 2016
- Abe Lincoln goes steampunk for Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. in March 2015
- Godzilla smashes cities on PS3 and PS4 in summer 2015
- King’s Quest is finally back and this is what it looks like
- Zelda’s Wii U adventure arrives in fall 2015, first look debuts at The Game Awards
- That crazy, open galaxy space sim No Man’s Sky got a fresh look at The Game Awards
- A new look at Bloodborne dives into shadowy depths lined with jump scares and friends
- Check out the TV cop drama style of Battlefield: Hardline’s story trailer
- Adr1ft looks like Gravity: The Video Game and that’s just awesome
- Human Element’s post-apocalyptic wasteland looks familiar, but fresh
- Until Dawn is the best ‘Dumbass Horror Victim Simulator’ we’ve ever seen
- Mario Maker’s creation tools span 30 years of Nintendo art styles
- The Witcher 3’s latest trailer comes with a surprising twist reveal, but can you spot it?
- Steampunk knights infiltrate a Victorian-era blimp in The Order: 1866
- Guide your tribe through a harsh world in the prehistoric survival game Before
- Here’s your first peek at what the Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons director is up to next