Last Guardian: Was really exciting back in 2009, but as a result of the arty/indie game boom since it was first shown, it looked kind of bland? And the kids voice annoyed me a great deal. I'll still buy it day one but I have my doubts. DOOOOGOOOO HOOOOHOOO imagine playing this game for hours on end yelling that.
Battlefront: Looks excellent, really pretty and even though I like vanilla Battlefield with the default modernwarfare skin I'm sure I'll enjoy the atmosphere of this one a lot more.
Final Fantasy VII: Not a single shit was given this day, it's going to be a modern Final Fantasy game with nostalgia attatched to it. I guess it doesn't help that I think Final Fantasy VII was the beginning of the end for the franchise with 9 being the only good polygon based game in the series. I'm sure it'll sell like gangbusters though and I'll reserve judgement until some gameplay is shown in 2017
Xbox One has backwards compatibility: Quite a big deal if I'm honest with you, especially if it means they can bundle the old games of a franchise with new releases which they've shown they're whiling to do with the clancy games.
PS4 Vs Xbone exclusives: SO now it turns out Shemue 3 does have Sony's involvement (re my point that they probably had funding for the thing but just needed to show proof of demand) the exclusive defect doesn't seem so bad. But in terms of true exclusives (IE no PC release) I still think Xbone is pulling ahead of the PS4... at least in 2015. Also PS4 isn't getting Cuphead at all! On that note Cuphead looks rad
Fallout 4 looked great: I had my doubts about fallout 4, about how much of a 'sequel' they'd make it and so far it looks like they've added quite a lot and have honed in on the sandbox side of things further, the environment seemed a lot more diverse and the new crafting/building mechanic looks neat. I am very excited.
No Man's Sky: I think this going to be great in certain contexts... in the type of game you play frequently but in very short bursts, it'll probably excel as a podcast game but I don't think it's going to be the endless time dump that we initially hoped it would be.
Hololens: Hololens looked really cool, that Minecraft demo blew my mind, especially with how accurate and responsive the head tracking was. The general mood after the Halo tech demo was incredibly positive as well with people saying 'it looked like an actual window with depth, it didn't feel imposed on the wall' which makes me think this could be a better solution to a 'Virtual' home theater than the Oculas demo that Xbox were showing off.