As E3 goes through growing pains as it transitions to a more consumer-themed event, the show floor and surroundings have become mildly off-putting. But in spite of the quirks and hiccups, the games announced and shown this year were undeniably fantastic.
There were dozens of exciting games at the press events, behind closed doors, and in demo booths, but we can’t mention every one. We’ve put together a list below of our 10 favorite games from the show, but you’re more than welcome to call out other impressive titles in the comment section. Now, let’s dive into the games themselves.
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