We see a lot of threads about what we would like to see at E3. But I would like to state what I don't want to see. Games that are so early in development that they will most likely be delayed a year or more or scrapped all together. Some of the most anticipated games I've gotten hyped about just disappear after E3. A short list of games I could think of were. Rainbow six: Patriots, the Order, Final Fantasy 13 VS. just seems silly to promote such games when we won't see for years or even at all and if we do they completely get revamped. I'm sure a lot will disagree with me but that's my thoughts. I want to see things that will be coming
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I would not mind seeing some games coming down the road, it is good to see what ps developers have in the works for us, so I would not mind this. We also need to see what they have in store for us this year as well. To add on to you dont wants, I do not want too much focus on the VR. I will probably get it as long as it seems they have more then a couple developers on board with this project, but it is still a good way out and we already saw it.
I agree that announcing games way too early that they take 5 more years to happen is pointless cause neither the hype nor the buzz is gonna last nor the delays be justifed with the final product's quality cause people will keep hoping for more.
I don't wanna see simplistic games. I wanna see ground breaking ones with amazing graphics, great story and I don't wanna soo many of these cartoony games filling the show. I also hope the time doesn't get wasted with too much talk on stuff that us, gamers don't really care about.
I also do not want to see too many indie games, I know a lot of gamers like them, however I have not found one that i like and do not forsee me liking any down the road.
I somewhat agree that they shouldn't be showing or announcing games that won't be coming out for almost two years, get us hyped up for a loooong wait. I hate waiting... But I'm sure they'll be showing us games in very early development, games that might never come to light. They will be trying to show us what the PS4 is capable of in the future, and that will most likely be tech demos of the most recently started projects, unfortunately...
It's too bad the game industry is so full of leaks, I miss the days of special secrets. Just once, I want a huge AAA game to be developed in absolute secret, and in a bold move to "Win E3" they reveal that it will be in stores TOMORROW! Lol, that'll never happen. But it would definately be quite the experience...