Well, you've heard our thoughts on the matter, now it's time to put yours across. Who will "win" this year's E3? We've got 24 hours until the press conferences kick off, so let's see some debate!
Of course, with such things it's important to be fully up to speed, to have done your research, found a bunch of critics online you agree with and have nodded your head sagely and gone, "I concur." To help get you in the mood, here's a refresher of some of our predictions:
Crackdown 3 seems unlikely given that Sunset Overdrive is peeking over the horizon (see what I did there?), but I'd love to be wrong. We'll see Halo 2: Anniversary officially announced if the increasingly likely rumours are true, hopefully alongside remastered versions of Halo 1-4 available separately or as part of the 'Master Chief Collection.' Again, I'd love to be wrong about the aforementioned compilation being a pricey special edition rather than a retail price game -- seriously, I want to be utterly humiliated on that front. -- Jon
Of course, there will be sports, and we’ll all be very impressed by the new advancements they’ve made in elbowing mechanics or something, but other than that, what do I really want to see? The Star Wars games that are in development – Battlefront 3 and Visceral’s effort. There’s a low probability of us seeing anything from the latter, but the former has been mentioned numerous times in recent months, and with the build-up of the new film it seems the perfect time to piggy-back on the hype. -- Carl
It's time for Beyond Good & Evil 2 now, Ubisoft.
No, really, do it. For years you've been raising our hopes and dashing them expertly. With vague rumoured promises of a "next-gen" release and Michel Ancel free from Rayman duty, we want it and we want it before Christmas. Well, Christmas 2015 at any rate. -- Jon
Sony need to come out swinging in order to keep momentum going into the second half of 2014, and with delay after delay for their already-revealed big hitters, it's time to crack out the big guns.
The trouble is that although appearances from the likes of Sony Santa Monica, Naughty Dog, and possibly even Quantic Dream are expected, nothing they're peddling is likely to emerge ahead of next year. All of Sony's first and second-party partners have been keeping very quiet indeed since the PS4's launch, so there are bound to be a bunch of surprises, and I'm looking forward to seeing what Sony Japan bring to the party, having given us some fantastically bonkers titles in the last couple of years. -- Matt
It'll be tempting to dwell on Super Smash Bros, but don't. You've already showed us a huge amount about it, so keep things short and sweet rather than getting bogged down -- the less time Reggie has to embarrass himself the better. Just reveal a couple of characters and let the live championship final do the talking. Likewise, any Quality Of Life stuff will need a press conference as only gamers will be watching the stream.
So then, without further ado, roll out the new games hard and fast with plenty of gameplay footage and helpful narration. We need new Zelda, end of. -- Jon
Listened to the Game Buzz twice? Good, you're ready.
Now cast your votes, make them count, and let us know your thoughts in the comments box below. There's could be a game of your choice in it for you if you do.
You have 24 hours, until 5pm tomorrow, ahead of the pressers themselves, to get your votes in and tell us who you reckon will win this year's E3 and why. Comment in the box below to enter the prize draw for the chance to win a game of your choosing. We'll whip out our sorting hats and determine a winner on Tuesday after the smoke has cleared.