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4/10 overall. There were a few good new games announced, but not alot. It was quite obvious that 2019 is the final full year of this generation, as you could tell most publishers were holding back big announces for next-gen. Sony skipped to save their next-gen games for next E3, MS clearly held back their biggest announces. Ubisoft held back Splinter Cell, which is the worst kept secret ever, as well as new footage of Beyond Good and Evil 2 and Skull & Nones (likely because they've both been pushed to Holiday 2020 to become cross-gen games). Deep Silver held back Dead Island 2 and the new Saints Row (which have each been in development for over 3 years now). Take-Two/2K held back Bully 2, which is another poorly kept secret, as well as the next Bioshock (which has been in development for several years already). Warner Bros held back their AAA Harry Potter game and whatever Rocksteady has been building for a few years now. So yeah, it was quite obvious that everybody was holding back games for next-gen. 

Last edited by shikamaru317 - on 14 June 2019