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  1. As far as highlights go: pretty much the entire Sony press conference. The live orchestra, Kojima's reveal, RE7, God of War, etc. The whole thing felt like a company finally understanding what E3 is all about which is all killer no filler. It was made even better by the cast of Easy Allies. They brought in genuine excitement for the medium which, strangely enough, is all too rare these days. It was refreshing to not have to deal with constant cynicism and negativity. Hype levels were through the roof during their live streams and I wouldn't want to have it any other way. While Giant Bomb took it down a few notches and pulled me back into reality they once again nailed it with their post-show discussions. No PR bullshit, just real talk with developers (yo). Good stuff. Microsoft had a decent showing but still haven't convinced me to get an Xbox any time soon, on the contrary. Sea of Thieves and Forza Horizon 3 do look incredibly good but considering these are also coming out on PC (granted Windows 10 only) one begs the question why even get an Xbox in the first place? Especially now that they've got Scorpio coming. Weird. Speaking of weird: Nintendo. With only one game to show and no news on NX it didn't look good. "Nintendo were doomed" according to the internet. However, when the main press conferences were finished it was pretty much all Zelda from that point on. What an amazing surprise and showstopper that game was. It blew me away and if that thing isn't going to sell them consoles then I don't know what will. GG Nintendo. All the other pressers were rather forgettable. Well except for EA's shitshow of course, that sure was a glorious train wreck. They almost went full Konami there, almost. Bethesda's event wasn't nearly as good as last year's with it's only highlight being Dishonored 2. I was disappointed that they didn't have anything from MachineGames and/or Tango Gameworks. Unveiling Quake and Prey is fine and all but at least show some gameplay after. Otherwise it's just a waste of time. Ubisoft's pace was all over the place with waaay too much time spent on South Park and I say that as someone who's looking forward to the game. And finally let's not forget about the PC Gaming Show which felt like the cool older brother of the lot. It's just a stage show like any other at E3 really but entertaining enough none the less. Overall completely inoffensive and I hope they come back next year as well. Moving on to games I'll most likely be picking up on day 1: Zelda, Dishonored 2, Horizon 0D, Titanfall 2, Sea of Thieves, The Last Guardian, Deus Ex Mankind Divided and Call of Duty. With most of those coming out this year I don't even know where to find the time or money to play them all. Oh and BF1 just do Rush mode fuckin' proper okay? I'll be all over you if you do. So your thoughts then! What games are you looking forward to the most? Did you enjoy the Pokemans? Sad we didn't get a Shadow Warrior 2 release date? Was it another overload of shooters this year? How excited are you to have three whole games starring black protagonists? Perhaps you reveled in the cringe during the Minecraft segment? What's your favourite gif? Let us know in the comments down below and see you again next year!
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