Can't wait to see 10 minutes behind the scenes per game that show barely done footage of games that are 3 years off and do nothing to get me excited!
But seriously though, I hope they do more than show those. It was nice at first, but by the 5th game it was a chore to sit through. And I can't believe that they somehow took out the excitement of having Criterion announce a new IP. Only EA would have been able to do that.
Guessing Mass Effect is a player this year? That and Battlefront gameplay would send people over the edge. Throw in some Mirror's Edge for the core and single player people and maybe a new IP and EA is poised to really impress this year.
Really though everyone should be firing on all cylinders, we are approaching two years into this cycle, 3 if you count the Wii U. It's time for some bombs to drop.
I think it is similar this year for battlefront, but since (hopefully) they have more than concept footage for games this year they will likely spend 90 minutes on the actual conference with 60 left for hands on.
Maybe we'll see the game from Hazelight again. (it was revealed at The Game Awards, it's the game with the two guys on the train and it's being directed by the guy who directed Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons)
1PM to 3:30PM? Didn't their conference start at 12PM last year? And I know it won't actually be 2 and a half hours long but doesn't Ubisoft's usually start at 3PM?
Oh well, just show me Mirror's Edge 2, EA. Show me some footage, announce it'll come out Early 2016 and I'll be ecstatic. I'm kinda interested in Dragon Age DLC, Battlefront and Criterion's game as well but eh, just give me Mirror's Edge 2.