E3 was, by all accounts, pretty good this year. Loads of sweet looking games to keep looking out for in the future. (Finally there's something I can look forward to putting in my PS4 library, cos right now Bloodborne's getting lonely) Some of the highlights for me were... The Last Guardian Made by Team Ico, the same people who made the masterpiece Shadow of the Colossus, this game has been in production for literally half a decade by this point, the subject of rumours upon rumours, and now we finally get some gameplay. The game looks to be about you the player and your companion Trico, a giant cat-bird-bat thing, as you navigate the levels using puzzles and platforming mainly involving the manipulation of the aforementioned Trico. It looks really sweet and is definitely going to get a lot of attention upon release. Horizon Zero Dawn I got three words for you: Hunting robot dinosaurs. Judging by the gameplay presentation, the story goes something like civilisation has collapsed and machines rule the world. Why the machines take the form of herds of deer-like robots and T-rex robots armed with plasma cannons, I've no idea, but I suppose that'll all get revealed in the game. Either way, you take the role of a member of a tribe and you go out and hunt these machines. Looks like the game will have a lot of open-world elements, which is cool. For Honor This is a PvP focused game where teams take the role of either knights, samurai or viking warriors and take each other on. What I like about this is that the combat system looks very promising, involving the manipulation of the joysticks of a controller in order to determine the direction of attack. This could in theory lead to a lot of skilled play, and I'm very excited to see it. Honorary mentions include: Dark Souls 3 (I always love a Souls game), XCOM 2 (loved the last XCOM game, and this looks good), Star Wars: Battlefront (I've heard some skeptical reports of the demo, but if they do deliver then this should be great), Fallout 4 (I've never played a Fallout game, but everyone else seems to be collectively shitting their pants over this). So yeah, loads of good games to look forward to. What did you guys like from this year's E3?