Since I’m not able to play games on the show floor and report back on them this E3, my coverage ends with the last of the press conferences. To call the panel that Netflix held today a press conference is pretty misleading though, which means technically my duties are over. But, who cares? I want to record anyway. I give my Top 10 games of E3 2019 and talk about whatever else I feel needs to be touched on before signing off. I considered going over my predictions one last time, just to compare them to how the show turned out, but honestly I was so off it’s not even worth it.
Seeing the a convention from home like this is always a little strange, but it’s something I’ve been doing for years; since the days channels like G4 would air the press conferences on TV, it’s been a ritual. I’d like to go one day, but whenever I listen to other people in the industry talk about E3, it sounds like it’s about to evaporate into dust. So, if it’s not around anymore after this year or next, I’m thankful to at least have these posts to show I paid attention, and I’m even more thankful that you’re here to read them. It’s the end of E3 2019 for me. Thanks for listening!
Some final news highlights:
–Intellivision plans to show off their new Amiico system at E3 2020.
–The Witcher 3 is really coming to Switch – at a price.
–Despite not showing up at E3, Gears Tactics is apparently still being worked on.
–John and Brenda Romero unveil their new strategy game, Empire of Sin.
–The Dark Crystal gets a new strategy game coming to Switch.