The main E3 conference for Xbox has ended. You know what? I thought it was good. Damn good. It started off with the now named Xbox One X, and it seems like a cool machine, might pick it up. It apparently is quite small for a system of its type and that is impressive. Then, what was most of the show? Games. Game after game after game, it was awesome. Seeing all of these new titles was a treat and many of them looked so interesting.
The Ori sequel trailer for example, was beautiful and emotional, and there were some other reveals that were great like Forza 7 and and some games where the names escape me currently. I am tired so give me a break. XD
So what is not to love? We saw a gaming company clearly show the focus of its brand. Many games on display and a great direction going forward.
The thing is, were any of these Xbox One exclusive? Technically no, they all are for Windows 10 as well. The thing also is, I don't care. I prefer consoles, that's my thing and if PC gamers get to experience these games too, why the hell would I complain about it? My preferred platform is getting the game too, so it doesn't matter to me. People are getting so fucking obsessed with 'exclusivity' that they don't even talk about the great games shown. It is sad. The main thing of the industry, ignored because of some weird obsession.
I don't think the show was 100% perfect, Assassin's Creed should have been for Ubisoft's show I feel, but whatever. As a gamer, there was a lot for me to love. Not once did I think 'this better be Xbox One exclusive', because i don't give a shit about that.
There's my rambling take on the show. I thought it was great. If you didn't, fine, all is opinion anyways.