The Ubisoft booth showcased a ton of new games from the developer, including a sequel to the South Park RPG, the next Assassin's Creed, and another Rainbow Six game, starring the vocal talents of Angela Bassett.
For Fallout 4, six years in the making, developer Bethesda focused on adding incredible detail to the world to help make the latest installment more immersive and fun. The game hits in November of this year, but iPhone users can get the companion Fallout Shelter game right now.
While Nintendo skipped an E3 press conference -- again choosing to make some small announcements via an online video stream -- the company's booth at E3 was still busy with fans eager to check out Star Fox Zero, Super Mario Maker and more.
CNET's Ashley Esqueda (here, flanked by characters from Media Molecule's upcoming PlayStation Vita exclusive, Tearaway) spent the week soaking up as many game demos as possible. You can hear her thoughts about E3 2015 on CNET's daily talk show, Tomorrow Daily.