E3 2019 - Your predictions

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With this being the last year of the current generation, do you expect this to be another great E3

Yes - It'll be as good as previous years
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33%
No - It'll be bad like E3 2012
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67%
 
Total votes: 27
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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Tomous » Fri May 03, 2019 1:21 am

JediDragon05 wrote:A few little things for now:

Resident Evil 3 remake (sounds like its coming next year so this would be the ideal time to show it off. The thing that bothers me most is that Capcom outsourced the game to another studio which I find a bit worrying.)


Splinter Cell - It's time, like really time for a new one. Will be disappointed if it’s open world. It doesn’t have to be open world to be a good game.

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Outsourcing Resident Evil 3 remake would be strange to me. Surely you get the Resi 2 remake on it with their engine. But then, it wouldn’t be ready for next year. Seems like they’re trying to get a big Resi game out every year at the moment.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by NickSCFC » Fri May 03, 2019 8:01 am

Tomous wrote:Outsourcing Resident Evil 3 remake would be strange to me. Surely you get the Resi 2 remake on it with their engine. But then, it wouldn’t be ready for next year. Seems like they’re trying to get a big Resi game out every year at the moment.


I'm guessing that now the engine, mechanics and a lot of the assets are already in place it shouldn't be too much of a problem.

The main team are probably working on Resi 8.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Wedgie » Fri May 03, 2019 8:40 am

JediDragon05 wrote:Resident Evil 3 remake (sounds like its coming next year so this would be the ideal time to show it off. The thing that bothers me most is that Capcom outsourced the game to another studio which I find a bit worrying.)


If it's out next year, then I worry about it as it would be rushed..

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Tafdolphin » Fri May 03, 2019 8:40 am

Captain Kinopio wrote:- Nintendo to announce Switch update
- No Retro Studios announcement
- New console Zelda teased
- Bethesda to be tone deaf, make jokes about the their gooseberry fool game engine
- Non-Bethesda in-house developed games published by them look good
- Ubisoft best in show
- Progress on BG&E non existent
- Sony to say they’re not do anything and then do something
- Last of Us 2019
- Nextbox reveal
- Square Enix Avengers game shown


I think most of this is accurate minus the Nextbox reveal (too early, predictions are for a tease around Christmas and full reveal next year).

I'm actually looking forward to the Bethesda conference to see how far they think they can push the 'Aw shucks our games are charmingly janky ey?' thing.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by NickSCFC » Fri May 03, 2019 8:55 am

Tafdolphin wrote:I think most of this is accurate minus the Nextbox reveal (too early, predictions are for a tease around Christmas and full reveal next year).


I'd agree with that but considering they already announced it last year it would seem odd for them to then completely omit it this year.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Tomous » Fri May 03, 2019 10:35 am

Wedgie wrote:
JediDragon05 wrote:Resident Evil 3 remake (sounds like its coming next year so this would be the ideal time to show it off. The thing that bothers me most is that Capcom outsourced the game to another studio which I find a bit worrying.)


If it's out next year, then I worry about it as it would be rushed..


Well, I think the point is, it's been outsourced so probably been in development for awhile

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Captain Kinopio » Fri May 03, 2019 9:57 pm

Where is this Resi 3 news coming from, I've not even seen confirmation it's happening let alone who is making it.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by DarkRula » Sat May 04, 2019 9:53 am

More on Jedi: Fallen Order is a definite, and it should be good gameplay we'll be seeing. They've done good at cutting the sports content down in previous years, so I suspect this year to be no different - unless there's barely anything to show so they stretch the content out. Need For Speed should be around, I guess.

Whetever Ubisoft brings out, I'm sure it will be good to see. I'm also really expecting another Nintendo collab, since there's been one for the past two years. I wouldn't say no to seeing how they handle F-Zero.

Microsoft could do well to announce another certain next-gen game, but I wonder how far Playground's new game has come along. I don't think Forza Street will have any effect on the main series game showing up and releasing when it usually would.

Nintendo will probably surprise as usual, though there'll be Sword/Shield Direct a week before the main event as usual. That leaves Animal Crossing as a main focus, with Astral Chain, Daemon X Machina, and Luigi's Mansion 3 to be the secondaries. There should certainly be one or two new announcements, but this second half is packed already, so I don't think we'll be seeing anything major unless it's coming next year.

Oh, and the local ice cream man has managed to get a booth this year, as well.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Robbo-92 » Sat May 04, 2019 11:20 am

Good point on the Sword/Shield direct being shortly before E3, if they follow previous games/generations of course. That does leave a nice chunk of time in their direct to focus on other games (I would still expect to see a lot of Pokémon in the treehouse segments).

I’m hoping Ubisoft finally say they're going to release the Ezio trilogy on Switch........

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by DarkRula » Sat May 04, 2019 1:25 pm

Animal Crossing will be given four segments on the Treehouse, Sword/Shield will get two. That's how I think it'll go,anyway.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Monkey Man » Sat May 04, 2019 2:34 pm

Microsoft

Gears 5 Gameplay demo.
Halo Infinite Gameplay demo.
Fable announced by Playground Games, no footage.
Ninja Theory's new game announced.
1-3 Studio acquisitions.
Forza Horizon 4 DLC announced.
Reach release date announced for Halo MCC.
Big Game Pass News.
Game Pass on PC announced.
Sea of Thieves, sneak peak of the next Tall Tales.
Battletoads demo, maybe a release date.
xCloud demo, maybe a release date for the Public trials.
Ori 2 Gameplay & release date.
Age of Empire announcements.
Maybe a new game announced by Rare.
Cuphead DLC
The Outer Worlds demo.
Wasteland 3 demo.
Star Wars Fallen Order demo.
Cyberpunk 2077 demo.
Loads of 3rd parties.
Soft reveal of Next Xbox, similar to PS5 reveal but in video form.

Sony

When asked if Sony would push its event off-site, similar to how Electronic Arts provides a show adjacent to E3, PlayStation senior vice president of communications Jennifer Clark elaborated further saying, "We will not activate or hold a press conference around E3."


Nintendo

Outside of Mario & Zelda don't really follow their latest news.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Clarkman » Sat May 04, 2019 2:49 pm

Nintendo

Only one new game announced: brand new Retro Studios IP
No new Switch variants announced
Animal Crossing gameplay looks like Animal Crossing - people are hyped
Pokemon gameplay looks like Pokemon - people are disappointed
Luigi's Mansion 3 gameplay looks slow and excessively puzzle based - people are meh
Link's Awakening gameplay receives a grand total of three minutes coverage - people are hyped
Mario Kart Tour mobile looks awful
Big third party announcement is saved for another show
Two third party Smash Bros characters announced - neither are Master Chief or Banjo
Pikmin 3 port
Town is delayed until 2020
No Bayo 3, no Prime 4, no Prime trilogy, no Zelda BotW sequel announcement
Astral Chain and Daemon x Machina brushed under the carpet

Microsoft

Fable IV looks very good
Halo Infinite looks like Halo - campaign seems overblown and too fixed on a crappy story
Gears V looks fine - also trying to deliver a Wolfenstein-esque level of emotional engagement
None of the new studio games are significant - everything seems to be held back for next year
2 more studios acquired
Sea of Thieves receives minor content updates

Other

Doom Eternal wins Game of the Show
Watchdogs 3 looks okay - they spent 15 minutes on it and people are bored by the end
Prince of Persia remastered announced for all consoles
No Square Enix Avengers gameplay - only a fancy CGI trailer
Cyberpunk 2077 release date announced - March 2020 - gameplay footage looks epic
Final Fantasy 7 remake pushed back to next gen
Google throws a hissy fit because no one cares about Stadia

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Godzilla » Sat May 04, 2019 6:30 pm

Most excited for Ubisoft . I really enjoyed last year's E3 and hope to catch a lot of it live again.

Who do we think will get Booed this year?

I'd love a Switch Pro announced with a release date very close by. Death Stranding this year too please. I think Capcom will show more of the monster hunter world expansion, E Honda for SF5 and maybe Darkstalkers. But Power Stone 3 would be amazing. I'd love a Switch advance wars, f zero and Zelda sequel. Also a bloodborne 2 teaser.

I think anthem will get an update of some sorts with a cynical single Yay from the crowds.

Ubi soft will kill it again with a huge Watch Dogs 3 gameplay reveal and also a huge Beyond good and Evil gameplay reveal. Also I'd expect a lot of Skull and Cross bones.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Gemini73 » Sat May 04, 2019 6:39 pm

Godzilla wrote:Most excited for Ubisoft . I really enjoyed last year's E3 and hope to catch a lot of it live again.

Ubi soft will kill it again with a huge Watch Dogs 3 gameplay reveal and also a huge Beyond good and Evil gameplay reveal. Also I'd expect a lot of Skull and Cross bones.


And they'll finish with a Splinter Cell teaser...


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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Godzilla » Sat May 04, 2019 9:34 pm

With metal gear being killed by metal gear survive there is a huge gap in the market for a good stealth game. Would be nice if splinter cell could fill it.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by NickSCFC » Sat May 04, 2019 10:30 pm

Godzilla wrote:With metal gear being killed by metal gear survive there is a huge gap in the market for a good stealth game. Would be nice if splinter cell could fill it.


I think the future of MGS is remakes from now on.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by OrangeRKN » Tue May 07, 2019 10:47 am

I have no hope for Splinter Cell any more given the direction they went following Chaos Theory. If only we could get a sequel to that :(

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Tomous » Tue May 07, 2019 11:03 am

Godzilla wrote:I'd love a Switch Pro announced with a release date very close by.


I think a Switch Mini is the more likely announcement, to replace the 3DS

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by Gemini73 » Tue May 07, 2019 11:17 am

OrangeRKN wrote:I have no hope for Splinter Cell any more given the direction they went following Chaos Theory. If only we could get a sequel to that :(


It certainly went south for the series, but Ubisoft have delivered some quality games of late so there's hope yet.

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PostRe: E3 2019 - Your predictions
by NickSCFC » Tue May 07, 2019 11:25 am

Gemini73 wrote:
OrangeRKN wrote:I have no hope for Splinter Cell any more given the direction they went following Chaos Theory. If only we could get a sequel to that :(


It certainly went south for the series, but Ubisoft have delivered some quality games of late so there's hope yet.


Considering the large gap between releases, there's a chance that this could be a bit of a reboot for the series.


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