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Who won?

Microsoft 244 8.59%
 
Nintendo 1,837 64.64%
 
Sony 761 26.78%
 
Total:2,842
shikamaru317 said:
Tmfwang said:
So an announcement, without ANY footage, like at all, is enough for Nintendo to win? Smh

Yeah, I agree. Show us a freaking CGI teaser at least. Nintendo didn't win, plain and simple. 

Ummm no, don't waste your time with that. CGI trailers are absolutely pointless, and honestly I find them more disappointing than not and would prefer they just wait for some gameplay footage.

I really think Nintendo guaranteed that the Switch will be a success by showing that Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is indeed looking nearly complete (most including myself thought it was likely still a ways off), Super Mario Odyssey somehow looks even better than before (that hat trick is a brilliant idea), and most importantly, announcing a mainline Pokemon RPG is in development for the Switch. Throw in Metroid Prime 4 and the surprisingly-good-looking X-Com-esque Mario & Rabbids, along with those games which weren't mentioned but will be showcased (ARMS, Splatoon 2), and I have to say that Nintendo had the strongest showing this time around.

Still, I think Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony all had strong showings for once (usually one drops the ball), and was pleasantly surprised by such a lovely Ubisoft showing that I'm almost tempted to pick them just based on the total 180 they've managed to pull.



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shikamaru317 said:
Tmfwang said:
So an announcement, without ANY footage, like at all, is enough for Nintendo to win? Smh

Yeah, I agree. Show us a freaking CGI teaser at least. Nintendo didn't win, plain and simple. 

Keep salty. Ninty won and no matter how mad you are. They will still be on top. 😎

 

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In terms of Anouncements Nintendo got Metroid Prime 4 (though honestly they didnt even had a CGI trailer to show...) and a new Yoshi game, thats two new big games for their platform and one of them is a big deal (almost megaton i guess, though believe it or not i was expecting it), honestly SOTC and Monster Hunter got me more hyped BUT because one of them isnt exclusive and the other is just a remake (not a new game) im gonna give the victory to Nintendo.

Also this year was weird for me because none of the conferences really blew me away but there were still some good anouncements:

SOTC Remake
Monster Hunter Worlds (finally we can play MH on other platforms),
Metroid Prime 4
Beyond Good and Evil 2
Anthem
.Hack//G.U Remaster



More like who was the lesser loser...



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Tmfwang said:
So an announcement, without ANY footage, like at all, is enough for Nintendo to win? Smh

When it's Metroid?  Yes.  



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FunFan said:
More like who was the lesser loser...

Yup , this is a lackluster e3 for everyone. It says something when UBISOFT had the best show.



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Guys just stop. All you're doing is proving my point.



Nintendo, but they didn't impress. Halfway in I was feeling all the good vibes, but after the conference I'm not so sure. Xenoblade 2017, pokemon versions for switch and metroid 4 is amazing. But no footage of those two. Still very much excited, but it would be 10 times better if we got to see it. The mario trailer was fantastic, at the same time, for a second I thought we were getting a dinasaur game from nintendo, something that I've been hoping for.

Too much time spent on zelda and nothing really from third party. Where's netflix, where's hbo and so on? Kirby and yoshi really isn't interesting at all.

So yeah, actually not all that happy about nintendos event, compared to my hopes and expectations. Still prefer it to the others though. Ubisoft was the most surprising though, I'll give them that!



Grades:

Ubisoft - WINNER - Had several reveals and some good footage.

Bethesda - WINNER - Evil Within 2, new Wolfenstein, new Dishonored DLC

EA - Did not watch

Sony - NEUTRAL- Showed an absolute ton of footage but didn't really improve their position.

Microsoft - NEUTRAL - Has new hardware but very little in the way of games to be excited about.

Nintendo - NEUTRAL - "Please be excited". Had two announcements that could have been big but weren't.


Not many companies improved their position substantially this E3. Ubisoft did the most. I'll be willing to revise that if Microsoft sells a ton of XOX but I don't expect it.





estebxx said:
In terms of Anouncements Nintendo got Metroid Prime 4 (though honestly they didnt even had a CGI trailer to show...) and a new Yoshi game, thats two new big games for their platform and one of them is a big deal (almost megaton i guess, though believe it or not i was expecting it), honestly SOTC and Monster Hunter got me more hyped BUT because one of them isnt exclusive and the other is just a remake (not a new game) im gonna give the victory to Nintendo.

Also this year was weird for me because none of the conferences really blew me away but there were still some good anouncements:

SOTC Remake
Monster Hunter Worlds (finally we can play MH on other platforms),
Metroid Prime 4
Beyond Good and Evil 2
Anthem
.Hack//G.U Remaster

I think the biggest thing for Nintendo that many are overlooking given there was no presentation was that guy from Gamefreak saying that "a mainline Pokemon RPG is in development for the Switch". It's likely to come out in a couple years or so, which seems perfectly timed to boost a potential slump in sales after hype dies down.

Otherwise, I'm not a fan of CGI trailers. The fact that they're planning a 2018 release for Metroid 4 (even if that proves to be overly ambitious) suggests to me that they're probably pretty far along in the process and plan for this to be their big 2018 seller.