The Last Guardian: The fact that this fabled game still exists is news in itself. Game-play seems to be a thoughtful platformer/ puzzler. The game is lacking in the graphics department but, if they’re immersion is as good as Shadow of the Colossus, that won’t matter.
Horizon Zero Dawn: Mechanical dinosaurs? Check. Amazing environments? Check. Fun looking Game-play? Check. Colour me intrigued. Very intrigued.
Hitman: Probably find out more in the Square Enix conference but the CG trailer was good.
Street Fighter V: It’s street fighter, there isn’t really much else I can say, even as a fan of Street Fighter.
No Man’s Sky: The game has a huge scale and colourful planets but my burning question is this: is it fun to play?
Dreams: Media Molecule always make creative games, giving keen players the chance to create something very unique. I love playing complex user-created levels in Little Big Planet and look forward to Mm’s next effort.
Firewatch: A very cool looking drama game. With good writing the game could be a memorable experience.
Shenmue 3: First off, I admit I have never heard of this game and so I can make no comment on it’s comeback. I wanted to say that advertising a kickstarter project at E3 feels wrong, like your cheating. Of course many fans of the franchise would be watching and therefore would pledge but most kickstarter’s don’t have that kind of advertising. If Sony can give 3 minutes up at the biggest games conference of the year then why can’t they help fund the project. Granted, they may be feeling for the demand of the product, but it doesn’t sit right with me.
Call of Duty Black Ops 3: Scripted event laden, near future set first person shooter with ever faster and more dynamic movement. Just like the last few Call of Duty’s I guess.
Uncharted 4: A technical hiccup, it happens. Uncharted games have always been very good and the fourth instalment doesn’t look to break the trend at all.