The last entirely new Zelda game for consoles came out in 2011 for the Nintendo Wii, so we're very excited to see what the storied franchise brings to the table for its first full release on the Wii U.
After splitting from Konami in December of last year, enfant terrible Hideo Kojima of Metal Gear fame is reported to be working on a game for PlayStation 4 and PC, although what form that game might take is tantalizingly unknown.
In the original Dishonored, steam-powered science and magic collided in a world that had Victorian military fetishists licking their lips. The sequel is set to bring in more powers and a second playable character.
The Last Guardian made quite a splash at last year's E3, and it was obvious why. We'd just seen a game come back from the dead. The follow-up to Fumito Ueda's Ico and Shadow of the Colossus tells the story of a young boy and Trico, the giant creature he befriends.
Ken Levine's Irrational Games studio was shut down in 2014, with a team of around 15 being kept. Over the past two years Levine, the man behind BioShock, has made small comments here and there about the team's next project -- hopefully he's finally got something to wow us with at E3.
Ubisoft's first open-world hackathon adventure game was met with mixed reviews, but we'd like to remind people about the massive jump in quality between the first two games in another Ubisoft franchise: Assassin's Creed.
We've already been enthralled by a lot of the experiences PlayStation VR has on offer, and given the booming virtual reality trend, we're eager to see both Sony's next steps and how Microsoft might be playing catch up.
The remake to Final Fantasy VII was announced at last year's show after overwhelming fan demand. We've seen a lot of Final Fantasy XV recently, so hopefully Square Enix gives some E3 love to this, its other decade-in-the-making title.