I’m not too sure if I’m in the minority with this opinion, but I personally felt that E3 2017 was a little disappointing, when comparing it to the bombastic showcases of yesteryear. Now don’t get me wrong, there was plenty to see and lots of games to love this year, but everything felt rather average, for lack of a better word. E3 2017 wasn’t inherently bad, but this year’s showing certainly didn’t wow me to the extent of last year’s E3 or the year before that. Even my personal favourite press conference of the bunch, Sony, failed to capture the same euphoric essence they’ve attained for the past couple of years. I personally feel that a lack of weighty surprises is the culprit for this lukewarm feeling and while I acknowledge that E3 2017 most certainly had surprising announcements, they simply pale in comparison to the colossal announcements written in E3 history. However, pessimism aside, E3 2017 did offer a few nice surprises and a few new glimpses into some of my most anticipated games of the next couple of years.