There are a ton of games on the show floor this year at E3 2016, ranging from third-person mobas to the next big first-person shooter. For the sake of convenience, here's a round-up of all our impressions, in one convenient place. Click on the title of each entry to read the full preview, and check back throughout the week for more of our impressions!
Part-Minecraft, part-Lego Movie, Lego Worlds is an impressive take on the open-world sandbox genre.
For better and for worse, Quantic Dream is back with an all-new narrative exploration of science fiction and what it means to be human.
Become a lovable soundrel or a fearsome pirate king in Rare's quirky open world pirate adventure.
Gone Home meets mysterious sci-fi in this thriller.
Zelda is back with all-new gameplay options, beautiful graphics, and amazing depth.
Superhero fights are brutal, and Injustice 2 conveys this better than before.
Kratos has taken a sharp turn away from being a rage-fueled Greek demigod and is instead venturing into Norse mythology as a loving father. It works, mostly.
Horizon is all Tomb Raider with a lot of unique ideas. We're just hoping it doesn't get lost in the shuffle.
Resident Evil is back with a fresh new look and direction.
LawBreakers presents elements from arena shooters of yore mixed with contemporary class-based titles.
We had 60 turns with Civilization 6... and it didn't turn out too well.
Strafe is a roguelike FPS soaked with blood and oozing style.