Five Games That Should Have Been at E3 2016

We had the pleasure of seeing many games during E3. Among those who generated the most hype, there were The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Ghost Recon: Wildlands and ReCore. But there was a large amount of not-so-great titles that made the show feel somewhat lacking.

So, we’ve compiled a list of 5 games that would have made this year’s E3 much better if they had been featured.

Borderlands 3
Getting the new Borderlands game was possible, considering that Borderlands 2 came out in 2012, and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel followed it two years later, in 2014. So it would have been nice to have Borderlands 3 this year, and E3 was the perfect opportunity to unveil it -  however, it did not happen.
There’s still a chance of that happening, maybe during Gamescom, or the wait might turn out longer. But we’re sure it’s going to be worth it, considering how great Borderlands 2 was (despite The Pre-Sequel being slightly weaker).

Vanquish 2

Vanquish, which was released in October 2010 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, deserves to have an heir. With its fast gameplay which requires you to watch your position all the time, it can be quite challenging especially when you increase difficulty. We would imagine the new Vanquish game would be improved and could be an amazing game considering the technology that developers now can rely on. But, it was missing from this year’s E3.

Final Fantasy VII

The remake of Final Fantasy VII was the most amazing thing from last year’s E3. It was announced through a teaser trailer, and it generated a lot of hype.
However, this year, nothing was unveiled regarding the Final Fantasy VII Remake, despite the people’s expectations. Square Enix did not even mention it, which is a shame. A 2017 release would be a fitting way to pay tribute to the original Final Fantasy VII on its 20th anniversary. We can dream, right?

Red Dead Redemption 2

This title was very much anticipated, and as soon the community heard that Rockstar was working on it, speculations began. But any questions that fans might have had weren’t answered on E3 2016, despite the fact that a lot of people were expecting to see Red Dead Redemption 2.

The first part of the series, Red Dead Revolver, came out on PS2 in 2004, followed by the Red Dead Redemption in 2010.

Kingdom Hearts 3

One of the most anticipated games of E3 2016 was certainly Kingdom Hearts 3, but we were once again disappointed. It wasn’t showcased, and instead of Kingdom Hearts 3, we could see three stations with Kingdom Hearts 2.8, which still generated a large interest. The wait time would certainly be longer for KH3, which is scheduled for release on Xbox One and Play Station 4.

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