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Most Anticipated E3 2019 Conference/Event

Bethesda Softworks 45 3.92%
 
Devolver Digital 18 1.57%
 
Electronic Arts 10 0.87%
 
Limited Run Games 8 0.70%
 
Microsoft 236 20.54%
 
Nintendo 552 48.04%
 
PC Gaming Show 8 0.70%
 
Square Enix 113 9.83%
 
Ubisoft 21 1.83%
 
Other - Not Looking Forward to Any of These 138 12.01%
 
Total:1,149

This week's front page poll.

Sony won't be at this year's E3, which is now just around the corner, but plenty of other major publishers will. Which company's event/conference are you most looking forward to watching or catching up on after the fact? 



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That's a hard one. Based on last years - definitely not Nintendo. Odds are it will just be a hour long one about Pokemon or Animal crossing.
Microsoft I've only found one game interesting each year for the last 3 years or so.

Square enix will probably have the most games I find interesting, but ubisoft could release another Rayman and that would be amazing.



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Bethesda Softworks - After their performance of the past year, I'm not interested in anything Bethesda has to offer. They will likely just be talking about Fallout 76 updates and DLC.

Devolver Digital - I heard they showed up out of nowhere last year and had a pretty entertaining conference, but their games have always been hit or miss for me, so its 50/50

Electronic Arts - I'll probably watch it just to make fun of it. Last year's was awful and I doubt they have any hidden showstoppers to reveal.

Limited Run Games - Wait, these guys have a conference?

Microsoft - They will no doubt have something interesting to show off, but it would be lying to say I will be watching.

Nintendo - The company with the highest expectations this year, of all things. Animal Crossing, Smash Bros DLC, Luigi's Mansion 3, Pokemon, everything else. I'm a Nintendo fan above everything else, so I'm most excited for their presentation, and this year is looking to be their best in a while.

PC Gaming Show - I just remember this being forgettable every year minus one or two big games.

Square Enix - I don't really know what to expect from these guys besides more FFVII news.

Ubisoft - Unless there is a new Rayman game, I don't really care about what they have to offer.



Devolver Digital. Easy peasy. Certainly looking forward to the info that comes from other companies at E3. But as for the show. Oh my goodness. DD all the way.



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Nintendo - Last year's was especially bad, so I don't know. Still, looking forward to Pokemon Sword/Shield news since I am gonna watch it.
Bethesda - No Starfield or ESVI = Hype deflated. I'll still watch for DOOM Eternal though.
Ubisoft - I'll watch it, why not. Hopefully we get Watch Dogs 3.
Microsoft - Last year's show was one of the best E3's they've ever had, so looking forward to this one the most. Namely more Cyberpunk 2077 and Dying Light 2 news would be great, and hopefully something from the Forza team.
Square - This one was a dumpster fire last year, gonna skip it.




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Yerm said:
Bethesda Softworks - After their performance of the past year, I'm not interested in anything Bethesda has to offer. They will likely just be talking about Fallout 76 updates and DLC.

Devolver Digital - I heard they showed up out of nowhere last year and had a pretty entertaining conference, but their games have always been hit or miss for me, so its 50/50

Electronic Arts - I'll probably watch it just to make fun of it. Last year's was awful and I doubt they have any hidden showstoppers to reveal.

Limited Run Games - Wait, these guys have a conference?

Microsoft - They will no doubt have something interesting to show off, but it would be lying to say I will be watching.

Nintendo - The company with the highest expectations this year, of all things. Animal Crossing, Smash Bros DLC, Luigi's Mansion 3, Pokemon, everything else. I'm a Nintendo fan above everything else, so I'm most excited for their presentation, and this year is looking to be their best in a while.

PC Gaming Show - I just remember this being forgettable every year minus one or two big games.

Square Enix - I don't really know what to expect from these guys besides more FFVII news.

Ubisoft - Unless there is a new Rayman game, I don't really care about what they have to offer.

Last year was the second part of a now ongoing series of shows. After the splash they made in 2017, I don' know if saying that they showed up out of nowhere is an accurate way of describing their 2018 show. I've actually rewatched both their 2017 and 2018 shows recently. Which is saying something, because E3 conferences are almost always 100% disposable.



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I'll probably watch em all, but the only ones I'm looking forward to are Nintendo, LRG, and Devolver.



In order

1. Nintendo - This should be the year that the Switch really takes off and goes to a new level.  I already know they have a solid first party line up and I expect quite a few third party games announced for the first time.

2. Square Enix - I hear they have a lot planned this year including FFVII Remake and a new Avengers game and some other stuff.  If they are really on top of things then they will release their Avengers game this summer to take advantage of all of the Endgame hype.

3. Microsoft - Everything I am seeing from them lately suggests they are majorly adjusting their strategy for gaming.  I expect them to reveal a huge new direction that year.  It may be cool or it may make me go WTF, but either way it will be entertaining.



Microsoft and Square Enix are the top two for me.