With E3 well and truly behind us, we've decided to look back and remind everyone of some of the more surprising yet standout games from the event.
So there we have it, E3 2017 is done for and we've got a whole host of new games to look forward to over the next 12 months. But with everything that was announced, what stood out the most and which titles really didn't need to wait until E3.
We've made it, we're two days away from kicking off E3 2017 and all of n3rdabl3's coverage of the event. We're ending with EA, who is the publisher with the first press conference of E3 on June 10. Again, visit n3rdabl3.com for the duration of E3 to see all the news from the weekend plus visit twitch.tv/n3rdabl3 and join us for all of the press conferences as we live stream them and chat with you guys. Also, pre and post show analysis for every conference, it'll be fun.
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