We'd take that bet (Fairly likely)
We'd give these predictions a better than 50/50 chance of coming to pass -- but we're not gonna bet the farm on any of them.
Most buzzed-about games are E3 2012 repeats --
and Beyond: Two Souls.
More of the conversation turns away from boxed retail discs and toward downloadable and streaming games.
Kiefer Sutherland shows up to Sony's presser for a Metal Gear Solid V demo and exclusive content announcement.
No definitive dates for either the PS4 or Xbox One, but we do get a price for them.
Halo creator Bungie finally shows off some meaty footage of its heavily hyped follow-up game, Destiny.
Microsoft shows off a Halo game (although more likely a spin-off, and not part of the core franchise).
Halo 5 will be Microsoft's "one more thing" at its press conference.
Uncharted 4 will be demoed at Sony's press conference.
Mobile games (particularly iPad games) finally get treated as a serious platform; "hard-core" games on iOS and Android increase, more franchises appear.
At the end of the show, Nintendo is remembered as one of the companies with the strongest software showings at E3.