10 Booths We Want to Visit at E3 2013
E3 is coming up and companies have begun unveiling their E3 line-ups. Looking at them and the speculation by fans and analysts alike about what might show up at the conference this year, we have been able to put together this list of 10 Booths We Want to Visit at E3 2013. Of course, we will be visiting every booth at E3 this year, but these are the ones that we are most excited about. So join us as we look at 10 Booths We Want to Visit at E3 2013, and get hyped in the process.
SEGA has a lot to show us this year, including a new Total War game and Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse. They also have a brand new Sonic game to show, Sonic: Lost Worlds, and everyone is excited to figure out whether or not the Sega Spectrum is a new game console or not.
Telltale only has one game to show this year, Fables: The Wolf Among Us, but everyone wants to see if it can live up to the reputation of their previous game, The Walking Dead.
Namco Bandai is showing off Tales of Xillia, Project X Zone, and is helping to develop the new Smash Bros. We also hope they will be showing the new Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure All-Star Battle!
EA always has a ton of games to show. This year we will get to see Battlefield 4, a new Need for Speed title, the entire EA sports line, and Star Wars Battlefront.
Ubisoft showed us playable builds of Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed 4. They’ll also be showing the new South Park game, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Rayman Legends, and more.
Activision has… oh, let’s not kid ourselves here. The sole reason we want to go to the Activision booth is to try out the new Call of Duty: Ghosts.
Square-Enix has Final Fantasy XIII: Lightning Returns and HD remixes of Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy X to show us, but we are really more excited about the new Final Fantasy titles that are coming.
Nintendo will be showing off Pikmin 3, Game and Wario, Bayonetta 2, a new 3DS Mario Party, the new Mario and Luigi RPG: Dream Team Bros, and tons more. However, we all really want to visit the booth to see if they have more Smash Bros. news.
Sure, we saw the Xbox One at the reveal event, but we want to see the games. Forget the SmartGlass, Kinect, Skype, and voice controls. We want games and games they’ll have!