E3 isn’t just about what games are announced: it’s about how they’re announced. Every year the major players (except for Sony, in this case) get up on their respective stages and do their best to wow us with the most explosive presentation they can muster, and 2019 was no exception. IGN watched them all with bated breath, and while each of them had some impressive games to show that made us excited about the next year-and-change of upcoming games and gaming-related stuff, here’s how we thought all the major conferences ranked, from most exciting to least.
Best: Nintendo Direct – Tuesday, June 11
How do you get gamers to swallow the bitter pill of a delay until March 2020 for Animal Crossing: New Horizons? How about announcing that you’re working on a follow-up to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild? Yes, that’ll do it. Nintendo’s Direct hit almost all the right notes with its steady stream of announcements, updated looks, and release dates.
Source: IGN.com Ranking The E3 Conferences