So, E3's done and dusted for another year. What'd you think?
There's always plenty to unpack from E3, from a hardware and software side, but there are a few things I think everyone can agree on straight away.
Firstly: Square Enix's conference was an absolute shocker. Not only did they give all the good footage to everyone else, they didn't talk about Final Fantasy VII and showed off barely a minute of footage from some new games, which provided bugger all context whatsoever. I'm hoping they return next year with something to talk about, because damn that half hour was bare.
As for Sony: their conference wasn't great either. It was structured in such a bizarre way: fresh Spider-Man gameplay was shown immediately after the event, as was Dreams, rather than being packed into the conference itself. There was a huge gap after The Last of Us: Part Two while everyone was shuffled into another area; it was just stitled and weird.
Ubisoft was tight, although I would have liked to have seen a lot more from Starlink since it's coming out this year. Odyssey looks good, but more firm details about Beyond Good & Evil 2 is really what I want most from Ubi for now. Who knows when that's coming.
So the PC Gaming show and Microsoft delivered for me, although it would have been nice to see some Squadron 42 gameplay from Star Citizen rather than a promo video for an alpha update. Chris Avellone on Dying Light 2 is definitely an interesting choice there.
And finally: Cyberpunk 2077. No gameplay footage, although we heard plenty about the gameplay after all those one hour closed door demos.
It's E3 week, which means trailers. Lots of trailers. More trailers than a trailer park full of trailers, where the trailers can breed with each other to create even more trailers. But don't worry, you'll find every one of them, right here, to save you the trouble of jumping around the internet.
What was the best conference of E3 this year for your money; what game are you most looking forward to this year, and - besides Cyberpunk 2077 - what are you most keen for in the years to come?