19. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Though this game was released shortly after E3, the conference was the developer’s last opportunity to show off their product before the re-release hits the market. Sony confirmed that we would be able to play all three games with a new character – Crash’s sister Coco. The game is now available, and is receiving positive reviews all across the board. Nostalgia is a powerful tool, and playing one of our favorite childhood games in better quality and with a new character only adds to the fun.
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18. Yoshi (2018)
Our favorite green dinosaur makes its way through a new paper world in a side scroller that will be coming to the Nintendo Switch in 2018. The game looks relatively simple and enjoyable, where every ground and pound can completely flip the level to reveal new paths and secrets available to Mario’s old friend. It looks as beautiful and visually pleasing as any game that’s been announced for the switch, possessing the charm that the Yoshi series has come to be known for. With an emphasis on puzzle solving, Yoshi promises to offer a casual brain teaser to those who are a fan of such games.
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