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June’s New Releases: Games and Technology

Gaming traditionally slows down over the summer because people are out enjoying the sun, but this month is surprisingly action-packed. With E3 round the corner, June should be a real treat for gamers.

Oh, and there's the small matter of Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference too.

9th June

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited

The long-awaited MMO from the makers of Oblivion and Skyrim finally hits consoles. Draw the curtains and say goodbye to your life for the next few months.

12th June

Lego Jurassic World

Lego and dinosaurs – what more could you ask for?

19th June

Moto GP 15

The 19th will be a fine day for bike fans. First, we've got the annual installment of motorbikes going very fast around a track, Moto GP 15

Le Tour De France 2015

…Then, we've got pedal-based fun around the continent with Le Tour De France. Beats donning your lycra and cycling in the rain, at least.

23rd June

Batman: Arkham Knight

The final instalment in the Arkham trilogy sees Bats taking on a fellow vigilante. Oh, and you get to drive the Batmobile!

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward

After years of distinctly average games, is this the year Final Fantasy regains its RPG crown? Early impressions suggest it has a fighting chance.

27th June

Yoshi's Woolly World

Mario's best buddy stars in this ultra-cute side-scrolling platformer. Kids will love it, and so will adults (in secret, after they've told their mates they're playing Call of Duty).

E3: 16th – 18th June

The world's biggest gaming event takes place this month, with loads of new games expected to appear. We should get a further glimpse at the likes of Battleborn, Black Ops 3, Doom, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Halo 5 and No Man's Sky, although the real excitement lies in what games will be unveiled for the first time: Fallout 4, Gears of War 4 and Uncharted 4 have all been rumoured. Who knows, maybe Half Life 3 will make an appearance too (don't hold your breath"¦)!

Apple WWDC: 8th – 12th June

After Google's slightly disappointing developer's conference, it's Apple's turn to unveil all the fancy stuff their technological wizards have been working on.

While we're not expecting a new phone to be unveiled, you can expect iOS 9, more information on iTunes Radio and Beats Music plus (fingers crossed) a new version of Apple TV.

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