Ranking of E3 Conferences – Nintendo, Microsoft, Ubisoft, Bethesda, EA and Square Enix – E3 2019

13-06-2019 00:06


From the best to the merit of having tried.

From IGN employees

E3 is not just about what games are announced, but also how they are announced. Every year, the main actors (with the exception of Sony in this case) stand on their respective stages and do their best to inspire us with the most explosive presentation they can muster, and 2019 was no exception. IGN watched them all with bated breath, and while each of them showed some impressive games that got us excited about the next year and the change of upcoming games and game-related things, we thought all the major conferences were ranked. from the most exciting to the least.

How do you get gamers to swallow the bitter pill of a delay until March 2020 for Animal Crossing: New Horizons? How about announcing that you are working on a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild? Yes, that will do it. Nintendo's Direct delivered almost all the right notes with its steady stream of announcements, updated looks and release dates.

Have there ever been release dates? There's the switch remake of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening on September 20, Cadence of Hyrule with The Legend of Zelda on June 13 (that's coming soon!), No More Heroes 3 and a remake of Panzer Dragoon in 2020, Daemon X Machina on September 13 and Contra: Rogue Corps on September 24. And let's not forget the totally unexpected Netflix Dark Crystal strategy game called Age of Resistance Tactics, which will be released sometime this year. It goes well with Empire of Sin, an XCOM-style gangster game by John Romero scheduled for release next year. Luigi's Mansion 3 also appeared, but could not yet set a release date.

We've also seen a long list of crowded harbors by The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition in 2019, Resident Evil 5 and 6 in Autumn, Dragon Quest XI S: Definitive Edition on September 27, Spyro the Dragon Trilogy, Announced on September 3, rounding out Ni No Kuni on September 20, as well as The Sinking City, Alien Isolation, and Super Lucky's Tale's chance to live again.

Finally, there was a nice surprise in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate cast when Rares Banjo and Kazooie crossed the first-party platform lines as DLC. We'll also see the Dragon Quest hero take part in this brawl.

Since there was no Sony Sony this year, it was Microsoft's E3 that was losing. But it was neither a sweeping victory nor a failure, just a mid-road performance with a few high points that prevented it from becoming boring in its long run of 90 minutes.

Xbox has definitely backed up a dump truck full of video games and downloaded it to us. He showed 60 different games, the long-awaited new Elite controller, and a look at a new Xbox that will – by all accounts – be faster than the previous Xbox One X. There were too many games to list here, but Microsoft has tracked down its biggest names in Halo Infinite and Gears 5 as well as lent games like showstopping