That time of the year again, and quite a bit behind on the review. All in all, pretty decent conferences, no big scandals or very cringe worthy moments. But they were also lacking the really big surprises and reveals. The top 3 memorable moments of the E3 conferences for me were: 1. Keanu Reeves on the Xbox stage, announcing his involvement in Cyberpunk 2077, and the release date for the game. 2. A very nervous and enthusiastic creative director from Tango Gameworks, Ikumi Nakamura, presenting their new game, Ghostwire Tokyo, at the Bethesda Conference. 3. The reveal of a new Zelda game, a sequel to Breath of the Wild, in development. The last reveal of the conference, and the dark and eerie music, made this very memorable. Honorable Mentions: Mythic Quest (new TV show) - Tim Schafer (Double Fine becoming part of Xbox Game Studios) - Devolver Digital (delivering yet another awesome chapter in thei E3 saga) Top 5 games I'm most hyped about: 1. Cyberpunk 2077 - coming in second place last year, this is now what I am looking most forward to. Still really love the whole setting of the game, and I have no doubt that the gameplay will live up to the hype. 2. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - I have been hoping for a single-player action-adventure Star Wars game for years. This looks good, and I only hope it can live up to the expectations. 3. Watch Dogs: Legion - The best game presentration at E3 this year. Still have not gotten around to playing the other two Watch Dogs games, but this is looking very good. 4. Ghostwire: Tokyo - Good presentation and it looks like a thrilling game. But just a teaser video leaves many question about what kind of game this is. 5. 12 Minutes - A time loop game, with an interesting story. A one-man development team, Luis Antonio, who has previously worked on The Witness, and have been inspired by Jonathan Blow in the making of this game. Honorable mentions: Moons Of Madness, Mosaic, Gods & Monsters, Telling Lies and Carrion Also want to give a big thank you to Level Up, LOLbua and Rad Crew for livestreaming the conferences, and for good coverage during, and after, E3. It really wouldn't be the same without it!