First and most sucktacular things first, Microsoft. Honestly it wasn't bad just very below average. It did have a few exclusives like Sunset Overdrive and Project Spark (ALSO TEASING CONKER'S REVIVAL AND NOT DELIVERING IS NOT COOL MICRO$HAFT!!!!!), bust most of the games didn't interest me or were available on the Playstation 4 or PC. Even (from what I've heard because I didn't watch the presser due to living conditions) the presentation wasn't anything to write home about, so Micro$**t and the XBOX One aren't winning any awards this year.
Next on the pecking order is Sony, and they were pretty damn good as far as presntation, but they also delivered some convincing exclusives. LittleBigPlanet 3, Uncharted 4, and Bloodbourne look pretty promising as well as multiplats like Destiny. they did spend a little too much time with movies and TV Shows, but most of them were Playstation Centered, so Good luck to you Sony, hopefully you can get out of this billion dollar rut using the potential of the Playstation brand, but I doubt it since you can't sell Vitas forr crap.
Finally onto Nintendo who's the 2nd place as far as presentation (who had Robot Chicken skits in between trailers but not much else), but was in first as far as exclusives, Zelda, Mario, Smash Bros, Amiibo (which is kind of like a figure line that interacts with your game, but actually better than Skylanders, here's on team wishing this will catch on), Kirby, Pokemon, Star Fox, Bayonetta 2, Splatoon, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The only thing that I'd ask for is more 3rd party titles/multiplats, but this is Nintendo.
One more thing before I go, Who's excited to see ToQ6Gou in action, he's a maintenance man, what could be more awesome than that, Maintenance men gave me this awesome Magic Goodie Bag.
*Open's Goodie Bag*
PK Chu: EEEEEEEEEEEEVVVVVVVVVEERYTHINNNNNG OOOOOOKAYYYYYYY?
We here at The Adventures of Anonymous Yoshi realize that this is fiction and do not condone the use of illegal drugs, and that scene does not reflect me in real life.