That is, if DC is to be believed during their WonderCon panel last week.
Activision detailed what characters you'll get with the game, as well as some minor details on the main story.
It's very simple, and a neat concept, using traptanium crystals and the new and improved Portal of Power.
We got to see three of the new Trap Masters, plus three other Skylanders.
The gameplay looks smooth as always, and there's plenty of new things to keep Portal Masters interested.
File this one under ridiculous, as a kid was beating up on someone in 'Call of Duty' and had the police called on him.
It probably goes without saying that they look awesome, but check it out for yourself.
The game's new trailer is very impressive, showing off some hyper-realistic cars.
Using the new Photo Mode, people have taken some phenomenal next-gen photos that look very close to real life.
Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn talked about the new film to 'Bloomberg.'
Which is funny, because they literally just announced the date about two weeks ago.
SOE President John Smedley got on the game's subreddit today and detailed the game's monetization, and luckily it doesn't include weapons or supplies.
Ubisoft Massive's Rodrigo Cortes spoke about just how realistic New York will be in the next Tom Clancy title.
It comes with some in-game mounts and gear, and it's only $10 more than the standard edition.
According to industry insider shinobi602, Ubisoft could be bringing two demos to E3 as well.