Sony did something new with their conference.
I turned to Graev and called it within the first 30 seconds. They moved the audience to a new venue after their first lengthy game showcase, during which they subjected the audience to pretty much a commercial segment. They finally settled everyone down into the showcase venue.
Here are our thoughts on the games Sony showcased.
Whew... this was a trip. The Bethesda Conference could have gone anywhere, and boy did it go places. Fallout franchise is being redefined. Elder Scrolls had no one, not two, not three, but FOUR appearances.
If you're interested in our thoughts on each game shown, read on.
Microsoft came right out and said something like "We have 50 games, 18 this, x of that" and they meant it. The briefing was almost all games all the time. They acted more like Sony -- I'll give them that.
Here are my notes on each game from the briefing. My overall thoughts at the end.
EA's conference this year felt a little... budget friendly.
Toward the end of the conference EA did their spiel about wanting to be better about not giving anyone an advantage or disadvantage because of "how" they choose to play the game. I think that's a lofty goal, albeit the right sentiment.
These are my notes and thoughts on EA's press conference from E3 2018.