Each June, E3, or The Electronic Entertainment Expo, hosts game developers showing off their latest products. Here are this year’s most exciting announcements:

Nintendo debuted Super Mario Odyssey, which will finally give users a more naturalistic experience of running through the sewer

Atari disappointed fans with yet another delay of Pong 2

EA hinted that FIFA 18 will allow gamers to play as an FBI official investigating internal corruption


Adam Katz of Spokane, WA announced that he’s selling a Star Fox 64 cartridge, which is used but still in pretty good condition

Blowing away expectations, Microsoft revealed that the new Xbox One X will support non-sequel game titles


After years of development, Google previewed its new self-gaming console, enabling users to relax while their machines beat bosses for them

Microsoft pointed out that its electronic chess game is still a perfectly good way to spend a few minutes


Changing with the times, Bethesda announced that Wolfenstein II will allow players to fight on the side of the Nazis

Intel tapped into consumer nostalgia by reviving its $895 price tag from 1989

Ubisoft took the opportunity to tell everyone to get some fresh air