So 2017 has been a pretty big year already, and E3 is shaping up to be good fun as well. There's always plenty of fun stuff announced, but this year has some extra spice - Nintendo has to flesh out the library for the Switch, Microsoft will be unveiling more about Project Scorpio, and then there's the question of what happens to the PS4 Pro and PSVR.
Top of the list, at least intrigue wise, will be Microsoft's Project Scorpio, although not for the hardware as such. The expectation is that the console will be used as the showpiece for the Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay reveal. That'll be one of the biggest games of the year, given how popular the last one was, and it'll be interesting to see what new mechanics Rockstar whip out for their latest Western.
Nintendo's Direct should have more about Mario Odyssey, which looks loads of fun. There should be some more info about their plans for esports too, and what on earth will be happening with their paid online service later this year.
I'll be keen to see what comes out of the EA Play event for the Battlefront sequel, particularly the campaign. There should be more announced about the Star Wars game that Visceral and Amy Henning are working on as well, which would be swell.
What are you looking most forward to from E3 this year?