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These are the games we hope are coming to E3

For three days in the midst of June, console controllers the world over will lay momentarily forgotten. 

Gamers scattered across the globe will gather around their screens, knuckles aching at all the finger crossing to see if that game they've been waiting for might finally be unveiled at E3.

While we've got a pretty good idea of which titles will be appearing in the sweaty halls of this year's Los Angeles event, we can but dream that some of the following might shuffle in from the shadows to grab headlines. 

We've not been tipped off - this is largely wishful thinking.



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