gvamp wrote:That's the thing though we never had this issue with transitional (year before new hardware) years before with a lackluster E3 showing. Studios still could have shown off Next Gen stuff its not like games are going to look significantly better between now and next year or even two years from now.
I think my biggest problem is that I'm more excited for Nintendo's showing this year than I was MS's. Normally I'm an MS guy but with Animal Crossing, new Zelda titles and a potential Metroid Prime trilogy coming to the Switch I'm more excited for that.
The only thing from MS I'm excited about is Gears 5 which I'll get for free because of Gamepass.
Maybe back in the previous generations, but I felt even the previous E3 that was between gens was lackluster and when Sony announced they wouldn't be showing up this year, I knew exactly what to expect. Frankly, I don't even know why E3 still exists at this point. It's obsolete as game companies show off the goods all year round nowadays.
With that said, did Microsoft actually show off anything worthwhile that is multiplatform (at this point, I see no reason to even buy an X1 even if they were to announce a single exclusive title I'd want to play).
At this point, if I can at least get something in regardes to Metroid Prime 4 or a remake of RE3, I'll be happy. Hell, if Capcom announces ONimusha 2 remastered I'll be happy. That's how low my expectations are for this year's E3.