I think it's not over yet and is therefore too soon for this poll. Nintendo could still possibly save it, but thus far it's shaping up to be the worst E3 ever for me.
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This is shaping up to be the worst E3 ever thus far. Hopefully Nintendo will save it.
@storm_of_swords: well, ok maybe not literally every gamer, but out of curiosity what is your genre that they missed?
Side scrolling platformers are my favorite. But even games that they showed in genres that I like did not look appealing to me.
I was also hoping to see a new Perfect Dark, Conker's Bad Fur Day, or Fable; but got none of that.
Elden Ring might be something that I'll be interested in eventually since Martin is involved but it was just a FMV so I can't really know yet. Plus, I would have preferred an actual Game of Thrones game from them.
The only thing on the show that was somewhat cool to me was BattleToads. The rest was boring.
Hell no! I want to own my games, not rent them.
Shadow of the Colossus on the PS2 actually has a better atmosphere than it's PS4 remake.
I think it is a given that people like us who frequent a gaming forum and own multiple consoles and PCs wont find this all that useful.
I'm still interested to see how it performs and I will probably pick up a controller.
Apparently such a simple concept is beyond some folks understanding. The juvenile behavior of "I don't like so it should be made or exist" is an on going behavior trait in forums like these.
I'm fine with products that I don't like existing as long as it doesn't negatively impact the things that I do like. But if this Google crap is successful then it opens the door for the entire video game industry to move more towards streaming and away from dedicated hardware and physical media which would be terrible and is something that I never want to see happen.
I wish failure upon Google Stadia and any other streaming product not to be juvenile, but to help protect things that I love about the video game industry.
Whenever my friends and I get together under the same roof for a gaming night, most of the time, we still break out the N64. The best multiplayer console ever!
The mistakes of the competition is obviously going to have some degree of effect. The same thing could be said about Microsoft's mistakes with the launch of the Xbox One helping to make the PS4 more successful this generation.
But that should not take away from the fact that the Xbox 360 was simply a really great console and Microsoft did a lot of things right with it. Therefore, I think that the Xbox 360 would have still been very successful no matter what. Sony's mistakes helped Microsoft a little bit, but most of the credit should go to Microsoft for creating a really great console that delivered what a lot of gamers wanted and pretty much created the blueprint for modern gaming that others would then copy.