Watch the E3 2019 Kinda Funny Games Showcase here

Join in the fun with the Kind Funny Games crew as they showcase a whole lot of fresh games from E3 2019.

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Kinda Funny Games is having their own E3 2019 showcase, and you can watch it right here on Shacknews. Greg Miller will be taking to the spotlight to reveal a whole lot of indie goodness. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the festivities.

You can also check out the Kinda Funny Games Showcase over on their official YouTube channel as well as through their Twitch channel. Though it’s much the same as watching it right here on Shacknews.

Kinda Funny Games Showcase

The Kinda Funny Games Showcase is set to begin on June 10 at 4:30 PM PT / 7:30 PM ET. Greg Miller revealed in a recent tweet that more than sixty indie games will be featured on the Kinda Funny Games showcase. This is an absolutely incredible number of titles to be covering, and given what was shown last year, we’re expecting some good things.

Kinda Funny is no stranger to this quantity of titles, as even last year they were able to work through an equally titanic number of games. The likes of Ape Out, Conan Unconquered, Falcon Age, Toe Jam & Earl, and Slay the Spire were all featured on Kinda Funny Game’s stream.

No matter how many games Kinda Funny shows off this year, you can bet your bottom dollar that we here at Shacknews will be reporting on as many of these games as we possibly can.

The Kinda Funny Games Showcase will be right in between the AMD Next Horizon Gaming presentation and the Square Enix presentation. This will likely wind up being 3-4 hours of solid game reveals, which should get your blood pumping.

We here at Shacknews will be covering every inch of E3 2019 from inside the event and from afar. You can expect to find all sorts of developer interviews and hands-on and off previews, along with breaking news right here.

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