The dust has settled on E3 2014 and the lines have been drawn with Microsoft and Sony now battling it out with a whole new range of exclusives from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare to Halo 5 and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.
Late to the party but equally as worthy of mention is Nintendo who managed to pull off one of their best E3 performances yet without even holding a press conference.
Of course the question is, who has won? With Sony dominating the console launch Microsoft has hit back with a vengeance, removing Kinect as an essential whilst unveiling a slew of titles which seemingly disprove the theory that the PS4 is more powerful than the Xbox One.
To see just what kind of ammo each console has we've split E3 into three sections, listing all the games that are either exclusives or have exclusive DLC for each console.
Microsoft Xbox One:
Microsoft appears to have been busy with DLC exclusives for a whole host of new games coming out next year including Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and The Division. Both will be sharing their DLC on Xbox One first before becoming available on the PS4.
Exclusives are also well catered for as well with Halo 5, Sunset Overdrive and Forza Horizon 2 all launching exclusively just on the Xbox One.
Sony has been more measured with this E3, instead showing off more of the games they'd originally teased at the Sony PS4 launch including PS4 exclusive The Order: 1886 and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Exclusive content is also impressive with PS4 players getting exclusive hands-on wit the Destiny Beta whilst Batman: Arkham Knight on PS4 will feature bonus Scarecrow missions.
Nintendo Wii U & 3DS
The Japanese company announced a new Zelda Wii U game as well as confirmation that a Starfox game was in the works. What stood out the most however was Splatoon, a multiplayer paintball game that lets you swim through the paint as a squid, we assume the reason being 'why not?'.
A new 2d platformer featuring the loveable bigmouth for Wii U, in a similar style to Kirby Epic Yarn. It's out in 2015.
A puzzle-style 3d platformer and an extension of the puzzle stages from Super Mario 3D World, out in 2015.
A brand new look at the upcoming Bayonetta sequel -- which also comes packed with the original Bayonetta.
A level editor and Mario level creator for Wii U to let you draw your own Mario courses and play them as either retro or modern style levels. It's out in 2015.
A third-person paintball shooter, in which teams compete for territory with friendly splatter guns, while transforming into squid to move more quickly around the game world. It looks like a fun, friendly and creative take on online shooters. (2015)
A new look at 'X' -- the latest in the Xenoblade series of Japanese RPGs.
A new trailer and look at the Dynasty Warriors-style Zelda fighting game, where you're battling armies in arenas. It's out September 26 2014.
Nintendo showed off Skylanders-style toys which are able to bring toys to life via the Wii U gamepad. Fighters for Smash Bros for Wii U will be the first to launch this Christmas. Another game to be included will be Mario Kart 8.
We caught a new glimpse of an open-world style Zelda game for Wii U which looks, to be frank, absolutely stunning -- though we saw little of it. The game looks to feature a new hero on horseback in a massive new world.