Surprised no one made this yet. Pretty much all the major E3 announcements have been made. However, the general consensus was that this year was pretty underwhelming, but had a number of high points. I personally only saw Microsoft's and Nintendo's presentations, here are my thoughts. Microsoft- +Shows a promising number of new indie titles. +Xbox Game Pass is actually a pretty good deal. +Keanu Reeves, Nuff said. Cyberpunk also looks pretty good. +Holy Crap it's Phantasy Star Online. +/- The confirmation of new hardware is cool, but all we know about it are cliche buzzwords... -Too many cinematic trailers / Not enough gameplay shown for first-party offerings. -The biggest stuff was already confirmed last year. Nintendo- +Smash DLC looks great. +The best Square Enix game wasn't even shown at the Square Enix presentation. The Mana 3 Remake looks great. (Albeit I'm more likely to get this on PS4). +Finally expands on first-party titles announced earlier like Animal Crossing. +/- Lots of ports, but I guess it's good they are coming to the console regardless. +/- Hyped for more Zelda, but we know nothing about it. -A bit too much time spent on games we already know about. Overall, I will say that the second half of 2019 and 2020 are looking to be promising years. Which is great because the first half was pretty slow IMO. What are other people's opinions for this year?