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After the most exciting E3 in recent memory, we finally have some time to catch our collective breath and take in the massive number of games at the show. Naturally, we're turning to the Wikia Community to see what your favorites were!
We've broken each category up into genre, and we'll be changing the genres every 24 hours so please vote for your favorites ASAP. The winners in each category will move onto the next day, and on Friday we'll pit the winners against each other and crown Wikia's overall winner of E3 2013.
Vote for yesterday's candidates right here!
|ArcheAge||From Korean developer Jake Song, ArcheAge is a unique MMO that blends creative sandbox elements with more structured quests.|
|The Elder Scrolls Online||An entirely new chapter of Elder Scrolls history will be revealed in this ambitious world, set a millennium before the events of Skyrim.|
|Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn||Square Enix has learned from their mistakes and is attempting to revamp the mostly reviled FF14 in a big way.|
|WildStar||Developed by NCsoft, Wildstar's unique visuals and space cowboy theme offer a refreshing take on the MMO.|
Best Best Indie Game
|Galak-Z||Developed by 17-Bit games, Galak-Z is a modern SHMUP inspired by 70's and 80's anime. Adaptive AI ensures a fresh experience every time.|
|Hohokum||An extremely pretty, spacey game that captures the relaxing feel of Noby Noby Noy and Flower, Hohokum features a soundtrack by artists from Ghostly International.|
|Secret Ponchos||A wild west twin stick shooter, Secret Ponchos features deeper gameplay than the average shooter, adding weapon stamina and manual reloading.|
|Sportsfriends||A collection of deceptively challenging and unique minigames by the maker of the QWOP and others. Surprisingly addictive!|
|Transistor||From Supergiant Games, the makers of Bastion, Transistor is a sci-fi adventure with stunning art design and rock solid gameplay.|
Best Strategy Game
|Company of Heroes 2||Company of Heroes 2 is again set during WWII. In the single-player campaign the player will command the USSR's Red Army at the start of Operation Barbarossa in the Spring of 1941 to the Battle of Berlin.|
|Pikimin 3||Olimar is out, but three adorable new astronauts have arrived to collect fruit with the help of the Pikimin and gather food for their home planet.|
|Total War: Rome 2||No strategy game captures the massive scale of army combat quite like Total War.|
Best Racing Game
|The Crew||Ubisoft's unique blend of Fast & Furious style racing and social gaming.|
|Drive Club||Sony's social-minded racing game is a launch title and will be available free with a Playstation Plus subscription.|
|Forza Motorsport 5||Microsoft's big racer looks better and adds Drivatar, an adaptable AI that races for you even when you're not playing.|
|Gran Turismo 6||Sony's big racer offers amazing graphics and an even wider selection of cars.|
|Mario Kart 8||Nintendo's big racer adds inverted tracks and brings back all of the favorite parts of the previous games.|
|Need for Speed Rivals||NFS Rivals looked gorgeous at E3 and offered the kind of breakneck speed and arcade action we've come to expect.|