Pretty much all games that been previously announced, apart from a few small VR titles.
They gave Mario a gun!
They named the 4th Xbox the Xbox One X
Bethesda had a short show, with not much, but finished VERY strong
Battlefront 2, Anthem, A Way Out, and sports sports sports
No Man's Sky has been described as a good “podcast game” is that a bad thing, and do we need the extra distraction?
Take a deep dive into an ocean full of life, colour, adventure and emotion.
Destiny was a hard thing to recommend last year, but now with the 2.0 update and a new expansion Destiny deserves another shot.
Hacknet is a solid hacking game, leading you through a cool story.
Undertale is an RPG that pulls you into a world of tremendous characters, has a unique combat system, and I can't stop thinking about it.
Mario, with an unlimited number of levels available. Now I didn't say they would all be good levels, but even so the chances are good that you already know if you're interested in this or not.
Day 4 has some of my favourite runs so far, lots of silly games, but also some dead serious electronic sports.
Day 3 is full of Megamans, vampires, cute little animals, and some ultraviolence with an incredible soundtrack.
The next ~24 hours of SGDQ 2015, including what many might consider the main event of the show.
Summer Games Done Quick 2015. A full week of livestreamed speedrunning for charity!
Just Cause, Tomb Raider, Hitman, Deus Ex and mor- What is that guy wearing?
Nintendo has everybodys favourite characters in new games you arn't sure you really want!
Sony blew people's minds with a bunch of surprises. Unfortunately I'm not invested in any of them.
Ubisoft is always a weird one.
EA wants to show you sports and star wars and sports and more sports.
Microsoft kicked off a day full of press conferences Monday morning by telling us all about Xbox and Windows 10 games.
Bethesda had a lot to show off this year, so they put on their own shindig and it was mighty fine.
Oculus held an event that showed the consumer version of the rift, a surprising presence from Microsoft, and their prototype VR input solution 'Touch'