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Forget the Manufacturers, Which Individual Game Won E3?

Everyone loves to talk about which of the Big 3 "won" E3, but shouldn't gamers focus on the games? When they do, which one deserves this year's honor?

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eaise1641d ago

Zelda Wii U! Because of the mass amount of hype that it had going into E3 and I was not disappointed in the least of what we were shown!

Splatoon is probably the coolest surprise title that no one expected! FPS and TPS have gotten all kinda similar in recent years so it's good to see something new. Especially when it looks so fun to play!

NewMonday1641d ago

no hands on demo for Zelda so doesn't qualify. as trailer only it was good but No Mans Sky is much more impressive, keep watching it over and over.

thorstein1641d ago

No Man's Sky. I just love the idea of it all. It could (and should) bring about a revolution in game type.

Vegetarianshark1641d ago (Edited 1641d ago )

Sadly some shallow minded people are ignoring the game only because its indie:( I wonder where those morons were during the No man's sky showcase, I bet the game shut up those fanboy who are very condescending to indies especially xbots with their "indiestation 4" non-sense.

MasterCornholio1641d ago

Valiant Hearts is getting a lot of hate as well but it looks like a good adventure game to me. Kind of like Machinarium.

medman1641d ago (Edited 1641d ago )

@vegetarianshark
Xbox only morons don't know gaming, all they know is call of doodie. I've always owned multiple systems, and currently own 360, ps3, and ps4. The games that have me most interested in possibly buying an xbone at some point are Ori, Below, and maybe Quantum Break. Indie games are some of the best and most innovative games out there in the market right now. To dismiss a game because it's from a small studio and doesn't feature dude bro's is beyond stupidity and no proper fan of gaming would do so. The small indies of today become the Naughty Dogs of tommorrow.

DonDon1641d ago

No Man's Sky looks great to me too, but why exactly do u think it will bring a "revolution"? Or even anything close to a revolution?

thorstein1641d ago

Because the game is almost entirely procedurally generated. That means the entire game is infinite. Encountering other players is difficult because each player is so remote from the others.

Now apply that game to an RPG, but with a mechanic that allows the game to evolve as you play it. Or a shooter. With this type of gaming an FPS Online would be awesome because each map would be generated before the match began: meaning, everyone is on the same playing field.

ReesesPuffs1641d ago

I honestly would love to just say Zelda (I have a bit of a bias) but honestly there were a lot of stellar looking games shown off this year and to just pick one and say that it was overall better than the others would be a huge disservice to the wide variety of amazing games shown off this year. Honestly can't wait for Arkham Knight, Witcher 3, MGS5, No Man's Sky, Uncharted 4, and of course Zelda U.

Clown_Syndr0me1641d ago (Edited 1641d ago )

Rainbow Six.

MysticStrummer1641d ago

That gameplay did look very cool and fun. The fake comms chatter was annoying though. Same goes for The Division.

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