Two primary coloured platform favourites return while elsewhere Destiny 2, Splatoon 2 and Call of Duty: WWII all make the cut in our best from the fest

Actually playing video games at the E3 conference in Los Angeles proved a somewhat Herculean task this year. With over 65,000 attendees (15,000 more than 2016), grabbing hands-on time meant queuing for hours – and that’s if you could make it through the crowds to the relevant stands.

Fortunately, it was frequently worth it: here are the most enjoyable demos we managed to experience amid the chaos.

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