Oh, I'd love to be wrong about Platinum's Transformer game, since I like Transformers, and a high-octane action game based on Tranformers G1 from one of the best in the industry sounds like a match made in heaven.
But so did a Legend of Korra based-game from the same developer, and that ended up being a wasted opportunity, largely because it was a budget game that was rushed out the door. And Activision does that with a lot of their games. It's hard for me to get up my confidence when they're stuck with a publisher that never seems to learn from their mistakes...
You have noone but yourself to blame for that one. I was also, like others Korra or Platinum fans, looking forward to it and it ended up being no more than what it could be under Activision's hands. And that (believe it or not) is fine. If you were after something bigger then... I guess you gotta take this as a lesson learned the hard way.
Honestly, that's probably the only way to enjoy a Sony E3 Press Conference given how they tend to go.
I found the XBOX "TV TV TVT TVTVTVTVTVTVTVTV" thing pretty entertaining too... And by entertaining I mean "holy crap this is boring".
Most of the event for quite a while has been pretty disingenuous. Sure everyone has their moment here and there, but overall, Nintendo have made E3 worth following consistently and have showed (in their own way) that they do care more than others.