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E3 2017: Best & Worst

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  1. In terms of sheer number and variety of games, Microsoft did a good job. Whilst few of them are huge exclusives, there’s a lot there that interests me. A lot of this year was a bit disappointing though as everything felt a bit ‘by the numbers’. Very few risks.
    Then again, there was Devolver Digital…

    1. Murr_GSRR says:

      Devolver Digital was a very much needed breath of fresh air during E3. After much of the same from EA and co, it was a nice change of pace, Even if it was more of a mocking of E3. Ubisoft actually had a pretty strong conference too. Beyond Good and Evil might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but still a pretty strong game in terms of fanbase to see the show out. And somehow they’ve kind of got me interested in The Crew.

      1. I really wasn’t grabbed by The Crew before so this one hasn’t really gained much traction (haha!) with me. I think Ubisoft are playing it smart right now though. They’ve realised they’ve been getting mocked for their games for a while now and are really trying to shake things up which is great.

        1. Murr_GSRR says:

          I do have a bit of a soft spot for the racing genre. Unfortunately the original ‘Crew’ didn’t do much for me. The sequel is looking pretty fun, but Gran Turismo hitting ‘Fall’ 2017 should give me my fix for a while. It’s smart of Ubi to save it for a 2018 release with Gran Turismo, Need for Speed and Forza 7 all out this year though. I’m glad that they listened to the demand for a pirate game too, I just hope it has some single player elements to it too.

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