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    Everyone looking forward to E3 this year, if so , what games you looking forward to seeing

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    There are a few games featured at E3 that I'd like to get.

    A couple of 3DS games are intriguing. One of them is Mario & Luigi Superstar saga + Bowser's minions. I loved that game as a kid when it was on the GBA. The other one is Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

    When I buy a Switch I plan on getting these games with it. They are Mario Odessy, Kirby (working title), Breath of the Wild with expansion pack, and Metroid: Samus returns.

    I am not that big of a fan of Sony or Microsoft.

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    Need For Speed: Payback, Forza Motorsport 7, Anthem, Assassin's Creed Origins, Metro Exodus, The Crew 2, Project CARS 2, Star Wars Battlefront II, The Evil Within 2, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Destiny 2, and Gran Turismo Sport

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    I wish I had a Switch. The Zelda: Breath of The Wild game looks tight awesome!

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    Monster Hunter World man. Just shut up and take my money Capcom.

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    Ni No Kuni II. They had a great demo. Definitely #1 on my list for this next Christmas season.

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