MyGaming: "As E3 approaches, Microsoft has promised us the greatest line-up of games in Xbox history. That’s great and all, but what do each of these games need to do to impress us?"
Them being there is impressive enough. Halo 5 sp is all this world needs and all Microsoft needs to win e3.
Microsoft already won E3 http://fat.gfycat.com/Selfa... Scalebound Gears of War 4 Fable legends Tomb Raider Crackdown Gears of War remaster Quantum Break Forza Motorsport 6 Halo 5: Guardians Rare new ip Phantom Dust Killer Instinct sn3 Smite Gigantic Inside A new RTS Cuphead Below Super Hot Elite Dangerous Blues and Bullets World of Tanks Alan Wake Rumored Undead Labs New IP Twisted Pixel New IP Lift london New IP Press Play Mew IP New Dash & DX12
Oh I knew That already dude they demolish all competition at every e3 and this year won't be any different. I'd prefer halo 5 sp footage over anything else any other company has to show tbh
It's silly to announce a victor at this stage. Nothing is set in stone and the competition has some seminal ip's under it's belt that it could unveil at E3. Also, there's a lot of conjecture on that list.
@Danzo They can't show all that at E3. I think some will be moved to Gamescom. Also there is a rumored new ip in the works called “Eden Falls” and another from Telltales (minecraft related)and no one knows what LXP,Mohjang, State of Art and the other new studios are working on and i believe we will see an exclusive from capcom or square at their show and playground should have started working on something new. Man i can't wait to see SCALEBOUND and HALO 5 campaign.
Big finger, hardcore gamers lol! Always makes me laugh that!
Despite Halo 5 being made by 343 industries which their Halo 4 scored 87 on metacritic?
What they need to do to impress ME... show more diverse ips. New ips > milked sequels
Bring back Usher!! j/k But seriously, I think they have a good 'known' lineup already. The key will be the surprises they have.
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