This years' E3 featured wonderful and action packed games for gamers around the world, whether Playstation 4, Xbox, PC or Switch. Skyrim is getting a new map and going to Switch, a "Spiderman" game is coming out, "Star Wars Battlefront 2" is coming, "Destiny 2," and lots more games, but a few games were obviously a no show despite all the hype it established,Let'ss take a look at some games that did not make its way to the E3 conference.

Hideo Kojima's new game

Ever since the departure of world renowned game producer Hideo Kojima from Konami, he has made a lot of noise by making his own game, Trailers were released and everyone expected the game to make a huge impact and impression in this year E3 conference, but sadly it did not.

The Playstation 4 exclusive game showed a trailer that was dark, horrifying, and action-packed at the same time. The trailer also featured "The Walking Dead" star Norman Reedus and Mads Mikkelsen. We all use to love Kojima's "Metal Gear Solid" (Before it went all full on zombie mode), and we just hope Kojima's new game won't disappoint. It is rumored to be released at next year's E3.

'The Last of Us Part two'

"The Last of Us Part Two" trailer was shown and discussed last December by Naughty Dog but ever since December, no new news regarding the game surfaced. The award-winning zombie apocalypse game that made a splash in Playstation 4 and 3 in 2013 is rumored to release its sequel come 2018. It is said to revolve around the story of the grown-up Ellie.

The game is said to be darker and is much more focused on revenge than surviving. Despite its no show in this year's E3 conference, we still can forgive Naughty Dog as they announced the new Uncharted game "The Lost Legacy." People, are pretty hyped up for this game, The "Last of Us" was a masterpiece of a game and we only hope its sequel can live up to its expectation,

'Final Fantasy VII' remake

Two years ago Final Fantasy fans went crazy after they announced the "Final Fantasy Vii" remake, but two years later we are still hoping and waiting for Square Enix to deliver its promise.

Despite that mishap and no-show in the E3 conference, Square Enix did give us a Triple A game entitled "Final Fantasy XV" so we can't totally harass them for not announcing the remake after giving us a wonderful triple a game. With the announcement of the fishing game ( its spin-off of the game found in Final Fantasy XV) and showing us the trailer of "Kingdom Hearts 3," iIt is now inevitable that "Final Fantasy XII" remake is coming our way.

But before that let's not forget the" Final Fantasy 12 The Zodiac Age" remake coming mid-July for Playstation 4.

People reacted that the E3 this year was not that good probably because there were so many hyped up games from the previous E3 that did not make their way to the conference this year. The three mentioned above was only a shortlist of much more that fans wanted to see. Personally, I think this year's E3was decent and full of great and wonderful games (especially Sony Playstation 4) that will surely keep us busy and away from reality until the next E3.