After the inevitable lull in releases that follows every E3, this week is back with a bang. There's not a great deal of flagship releases, although Breath of the Wild is getting its first DLC, Arizona Sunshine makes its way over to PSVR, America's Army is coming to the PS4 and there's a new Danganronpa game. And the PS4 is finally getting Elite Dangerous, too.

But I can't shake the feeling that I'm forgetting something. Why, of course. Crash Bandicoot is out this week.


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As more and more money has flooded into the esports industry, player rights have been a hot topic across multiple games. Careers in esports can be extremely short, making it all the more important to ensure that players receive their fair share of the profits their work generates.

With that in mind, Riot Games, producer of League of Legends and proprietor of the wildly popular League Championship Series, recently announced a plan to create and fund a player's association, a group that will perform many of the functions associated with a union and will be the first of its kind in esports.


Just because you aren't good enough to beat the very best doesn't mean you can't troll your way into the history books. And whether they know it or not, that's what Czech player JohnnyCryptoN and his team are on the verge of doing as they battle their way through the Open Qualifiers for this year's International.


Designer Abhishek Singh created a first-person augmented reality version of Super Mario Bros.' first level, which is very cool. Then he dressed up as Mario to test out his creation in New York City's Central Park. That's the dangerous bit.