Which Games Did E3 2016 Change Your Mind About?
KenshoD last edited by
I didn't like Skyward Sword at all and Twilight Princess wasn't as good as I remembered when I replayed it... so the new Zelda was 0 hype for me, even more with all the trouble in the development, but after E3 they changed it so much while keeping it charming and it looks so fun I can't wait to try it.
CoD Infinite Warfare is the biggest surprise, I couldn't care less for the franchise. I loved Modern Warfare 1 and 2 and classic CoD 2, but it got too tiring for me. This one now looks like the game I wanted Battlefront to be, and that makes me angry, but also hyped.
Resident Evil 7 Biohazard... Oh boy, I love this demo, I played it several times trying to find all the secrets and looking for new stuff with reddit, this is what PT must have felt for the people that already had a PS4 back then. I love the classic RE tank controls prerendered style, REmake is one of the best games I've ever played and the same goes for Resident Evil 4, even if it changed it all so much. But I hated 5 and 6 (haven't tried Revelations yet) so I'm ultra hyped for another gameplay change and going back to horror.
And finally, Detroit... I could talk for hours about how much I love Heavy Rain and even Fahrenheit, and how much I hate Beyond 2 souls... But this looks like going back to the good ones, no more "you can't actually lose or die" bullshit, no more 1 character that's the only one that matters and her weird missadventures kissing boys. Good old investigations, multiple outcomes with death as a possibility... YES. Let's hope the story can go back to being good as well.
Octane last edited by
NieR: Automata. It's original reveal looked awesome, but i recently saw a gameplay demo with the developers, and it didn't look particularly good. The E3 trailer brought some positive reassurance. It's definitely better looking than that gameplay demo, but I still want to see more. I'm not a 100% sold yet, but I'm probably going to buy it anyway.
SIX2SE7EN last edited by
@Octane I disagree
On topic I would say the only game that made me lose all hope was infinite warfare. I mean that game should not even be bundled with the amazing COD4. **ck move Activision.
Guest last edited by
I've honestly never really had any interest in getting into Resident Evil, but now that it looks like they're trying something completely new I cant wait to start playing this series.
(The VR part definitely helps)
Faaip last edited by Faaip
I'd have to go with Horizon.. I was intrigued by what was shown last year but after seeing the gameplay and hearing about the demo in the showroom, I'm starting to get pretty excited about it.
Still on the fence about We Happy Few I was expecting a Bioshock-style fps but I'm really interested to find out its a procedural survival game. I love what we know about the world/story so far and I'm looking forward to getting more details
Also God of War and RE7. I was excited for both, but I was not expecting the change in direction that they showed at the conference. I can't wait to see more
eschatological last edited by
I actually thought the first Watch Dogs 2 trailer was kind of hype, like they were going for a Mr. Robot type theme/story. But the minute Marcus pulled out that gun to shoot out that window (even though he didn't use it on a person) I was totally de-hyped. I want this game to not involve any lethal force at all, not because that's my stereotypical view of hackers, but because it places value on hacking, and more importantly, setting traps and diversions and actually using the hacking as a means of infiltration and escape. When you can always "fall back" on a gun or even the yo-yo, it feels more generic.
As for Detroit - David Cage games infuriate me, but damn if the trailer for Detroit make me think of actually picking up his next game.
Farsendor last edited by
I have to say the God of Ware franchise. I have never really been interested in the games until that E3 reveal.
sithgungan last edited by
not a game, but the PSVR.
Marketplace_DC last edited by Marketplace_DC
As a primarily PC gamer who hasn't yet bought a 8th gen console, I usually find both MS and Sony conferences kinda boring (just because they don't offer me anything). At this years E3 tho, I got genuinely excited at MS Windows 10 announcements and later at Sonys exclusives (because MS made my console decision for me).
Only "downside" of this years E3 is not being able to play Sonys exclusive games with acceptable framerate. After playing on a PC for years, 30fps is lowering my enjoyment of a game significantly.
Crimz last edited by Crimz
Definitely Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. I've never been a fan of the franchise because of how recycled it felt every iteration of the game. Infinite Warfare legitimately surprised me halfway into the E3 trailer the moment the space battle started. Looked amazing and fresh.
Jamicov last edited by
Yeah, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was definitely a shock to see how cool I thought the game was. I've also never really had an interest in God of War, but the new direction really intrigues me, and I'm probably going to go back and play the old ones.
Also, I didn't think Detroit: Become Human was necessarily going to be bad, but the new trailer and all the info/interviews that came out definitely had me way more intrigued than before.
EmptyMorgue last edited by
I'm pretty hyped about RE7, never been a big fan of the series but the reveal and the new angle they seem to be going with it has me pretty excited, same with God Of War to be honest. It's interesting seeing franchises try new things.
Inustar last edited by Inustar
Easily God of War.
I never got into the series. I appreciated the spectacle, but hated Kratos and thought the series was just about brutality and trying to out do itself. So I was surprised to see such a low key demo and Kratos seemed to be growing as a character. Add to that Nordic gods, and I actually am looking forward to this now.
Otherwise nothing else was changed for me, I never was as down on Infinite Warfare as everyone else, and FFXV is iffier now, but I still am looking forward to it.
For Honor is the closest to another change of mind for me. Mostly because while the game looked cool before, I thought it was just going to be multiplayer and I am not good with those games. The new info of a single player campaign made me put it on my must play list.