E3 has been around for nearly 20 years now. The annual trade show is a celebration of games, and each year, the biggest, most in-depth stories are about what's new in hardware and software from companies big and small.
But seeing a game at E3 is no guarantee that you'll find it on retail shelves or in digital marketplaces the same year. Or, in some cases, the next. As games get bigger, development timelines get longer, and some games make more than one appearance at E3. Here are the games we've seen before, set to return to on stages and booths this week in Los Angeles.