I did do some live reaction of the E3 conferences I got to see (which was Microsoft, Nintendo, and SquareEnix). But I'm not sure if they're good enough (especially the Sqeenix one since their conference were so boring).
So instead I'm going to talk about the games that interested me the most.
-The new Tomb Raider looked good. I haven't played any of the previous games, but the gameplay section and trailer at the end got me hooked. And that was during Microsoft's conference. But when Squeenix had theirs so did they only show the trailer, which didn't give me any wow factors. But yeah, that may be something I might check out since it was one of the most exciting games I have seen in E3.
-There was a game for Windows 10 and Xbox One that had something to do with summoning guardians and fighting others. I know, bad description. But I thought it would look fun.
-Starfox Zero. I have heard mixed opinions from people who tried it out, but what the heck. It's a new Starfox! We haven't had one in forever! I'm sure it will be good. (I now remember that I haven't played Assault or Command...)
-Mario & Luigi Paper Jam. If Nintendo showed a new F-Zero, then that would have been the most exciting game they revealed. But since they didn't, so does this have to do. I'm serious when I say that this upcoming crossover between Paper Mario and Mario & Luigi was the most exciting news in Nintendo's digital conference. I may not have played Thousand Years Door (the best Paper Mario game amongst people), but I know from experience that both Paper Mario and Mario & Luigi are amongst the best rpgs around. Too bad there's no Paper Luigi to be seen. :(
-The last game that I remember got me excited was from Squeenix's conference, and it's not Kingdom Hearts III or the Final Fantasy VII remake (surprisingly enough), but World of Final Fantasy. An adorable game where you can get to use heroes and monsters from the Final Fantasy franchise for battles. And they're all chibified and adorable! ^w^
So what games are you looking forward to?