lol at people mad at this conference, this is the best conference ms EVER had. I give them an A. The exclusive look good, but they showed way to many 3rd party game. Still not gonna get an xbox one though.
pretty uninspired conference to me at least. The games I was most interested in were all multiplat the only original game that really caught my interest was Ori. After that the highlight for me personally was the new monster being shown in Evolve that game is going to be amazing. The entire conference read to me like "we will have worst versions of the games you like but we'll get the extra stuff first." I am a patient man so this did nothing at all for me. I will however be purchasing Ori and perhaps Sunset as they looked very good. Oh and I cannot wait for season 2 in KI Combo and Cinder..... get HYPE.
They did not bore us, but they did not show anything even close to megaton. Too many already leaked games, no suprises, and few announcment were not even present [Quantum Break, Gears]. I expected more.
I think it was just a very safe presentation. Nothing unexpected or no build up to any announcement. Yes, it was all games, and that is great. But the pace was kinda weird, they rushed through so many CG trailers and games that it didn't really felt like valuable games to their line-up. They were more focused on saying that they would have DLC first than anything else.
I also noticed this tentative of setting apart from the "we are all about shooters" stereotype with games like Sunset Overdrive and Scalebound, with the hipster protagonist and funny dialogue/attitude. Not that its a bad thing, its a rather welcome change actually, but it just felt forced to some extent.
I really wanted a reason to buy an Xbox One this year, and their conference showed me nothing that I wanted that wasn't already announced for PS4. Sunset Overdrive looked good, but it wasn't enough to convince me to invest.
* Ori was the highlight it looked absolutely fantastic.
* Cuphead and Inside also looked amazing.
* The Witcher III footage looked brilliant and it was great to see Tomb Raider 2 announced.
* New game reveals were mostly disappointing as they were largely CG.
* Way too many third party titles
* No footage from Halo 5 was disappointing.
* The focus on games was great and the pace was fantastic. Structurally what I want to see out of all conferences.
Overall it was a tad disappointing. The new games were way to far off and CG trailers suck. The third party content was pretty useless as generally you know those will be superior on PS4. I expected more exclusives and surprises - no real megatons or big announcements outside of Crackdown and the Platinum Game (but again it was just CG).
One of the best E3 conferences I've seen in years. Perfectly paced with one game after another and even the Halo Collection that we all knew was coming managed to floor me with all the content included and what exactly that content was. In Phil I trusted, and he fucking DELIVERED. Just like my boy Jack Tretton said I'd give MS a solid A.
Not fussed that things were leaked beforehand. That's not their problem. In general this was a pretty solid conference, all games. No media or motion junk. No celeb cameos. Pretty pleased overall. Sunset Overdrive and that Dead Rising DLC looked a lot of fun.
Forza looks like Forza so...
Halo collection looks very cool
Fable looks crap
Crackdown, Phantom Dust & platinums new game, CGI so can't really say
Project Spark could be interesting
Sunset Overdrive and Ori really stole the show for me as far as exclusives go.