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Who won E3 2019?

EA 2 0.75%
 
Microsoft 19 7.17%
 
PC Gaming show 1 0.38%
 
Bethesda 4 1.51%
 
Square Enix 45 16.98%
 
Ubisoft 5 1.89%
 
Limited Run 0 0.00%
 
Devolver Digital 4 1.51%
 
Nintendo 173 65.28%
 
Other 12 4.53%
 
Total:265
Ljink96 said:
Nintendo fucking killed it. 10/10.

But then what would it be if they showed new zelda gameplay? Or announced a new Super Mario? Or Paper Mario?

You're not leaving any room for improvement!!!

Spoiler!
Gooigi 10/10


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Nintendo did really well this year. The content was there and the presentation was great, I hope they continue to stick to this fast-paced format. Animal Crossing easily could've been given 10 minutes given how big of a title it is but even that one got a short but sweet segment.

So for me Nintendo won, with Squeenix coming in second.



Barkley said:
Ljink96 said:
Nintendo fucking killed it. 10/10.

But then what would it be if they showed new zelda gameplay? Or announced a new Super Mario? Or Paper Mario?

You're not leaving any room for improvement!!!

Spoiler!
Gooigi 10/10

lol Gooigi XD

But you're right, it could have been better with a new Paper Mario or Zelda gameplay but man the stuff they did show was damn good. 



Without a doubt Sony.



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Nintendo's presentation told me that they've learned a lot from past presentations. Like Square Enix they kept the pace moving right along and never stayed too long on any one title. I was dreading a few of the clips (hey, we all have titles we really don't care about) and even when "that one" came up it was over almost as quick as it began.

Highlights for me were Animal Crossing, of course (don't mind the delay at all) Link's Awakening, the Mana Trilogy, and that BotW 2 teaser. I'm also pretty stoked they're bringing RE 5 and 6 to the Switch. We may be behind the curve on a lot of these titles, but with the rate at which I play games it suits me fine. I'm confident that Switch 2 will continue the trend and that one day we'll get to play the games we're missing, oftentimes with all the DLC and upgrades to boot.

Obviously the painful omissions of whatever Retro may have been working on (cancelled for sure, right?) and Metroid Prime Trilogy was kind of a bummer, but that BotW 2 reveal more than made up for any negativity I may have had at that point.



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Nintendo, man that was a rollercoaster. The low point was RE5 and 6, the rest, oh my god.

I jumped when I saw Travis and I'm pretty happy that Panzer Dragoon exists again.

Nintendo first party murdered me, from Smash, Zeldas, Luigi's Mansion looks excellent, ANIMAL CROSSING, ASTRAL CHAIN!

one of their best directs overall, 10/10



Final Fantasy 7 remake, looks wonderfull..... it being a Playstation 4 timed exclusive... playstation won :p
(been worried for along time about the battle system, but after this showing, I'm 100% onboard)

I voted Square Enix.

StokedUp said:
Without a doubt Sony.

Agree'ed :)

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jason1637 said:
Bofferbrauer2 said:
Nintendo edged out Devolver Digital for me, the rest are way below those two as "also ran"

I did not watch Devolvers actual show but their pre show skit they had was really funny.

Here, have fun!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riNcPrsFYM0



Sony didnt show up and MS conference was pretty mediocre. Nintendo easily won this year. I might get a switch next year since right now I am broke. Spend the money on an oled tv.