E3 2017 didn't turn out to be the best E3 ever. But it still featured a lot of memorable moments and game announcements. Here's our list of the top 10 game announcements during E3 2017. 

1. Shadow of the Colossus Remake

Sony provided one of the most surprising announcements during the weeklong event when it announced that Shadow of the Colossus will be heading to PS4. Nobody saw it coming. And it won't be just an enhanced remaster similar to the PS3 remaster of the game. It has been confirmed that the PS4 version of the hit PS2 title will be a full-on remake. All the original content will still be intact. The PS4 remake is being handled by Bluepoint Games, a game studio with an excellent track record when it comes to remasters. The Shadow of the Colossus PS4 remake is set to arrive in early 2018.

2. Pokemon on Switch

Many expected Nintendo to reveal "Pokemon Stars," the rumored third version of Pokemon Sun and Moon on 3DS, during E3 2017. No such title was announced. But Nintendo did announce that a new Pokemon game is on the way for Nintendo Switch. It will be a main Pokemon game, featuring traditional gameplay mechanics seen in the main Pokemon games on handheld consoles. Nintendo didn't reveal the official title. Actually, Nintendo didn't say much except that it won't be arriving anytime soon. Pokemon on Switch is currently being developed by chief Pokemon developer Game Freak. This marks the first time the developer is handling a core Pokemon game for a non-handheld console. Okay, the Switch counts as a handheld console, too. But it's mainly a home console.

3. Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dragon Ball fighting games have always been gorgeously chaotic, with spiky-haired aliens throwing punches and energy blasts all over battle arenas. Now, it looks like Dragon Ball FighterZ is set to raise the bar even higher and blow all past Dragon Ball games out of the water. Just check out its action-packed gameplay trailer below. It is without a doubt the best-looking Dragon Ball game ever. The game will once again feature all-out brawls between Dragon Ball characters, with the option to go 3-on-3 similar to Marvel vs. Capcom. Dragon Ball FighterZ is being developed by Arc System Works, the studio behind Guilty Gear and BlazBlue. The game is scheduled to arrive in 2018.

4. Metroid Prime 4, Metroid: Samus Returns

It has been 10 years since Nintendo released Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. Though Nintendo did release a couple of Metroid spinoff titles between 2007 and 2017, many considered the series to be dead. Imagine everyone's reaction when Nintendo announced not one but two freaking Metroid titles during its E3 live-stream. The first one is Metroid: Samus Returns on 3DS, a remake of the Game Boy title Metroid 2: Return of Samus. It launches on September 15. The second, bigger one is Metroid Prime 4, which undoubtedly sent fans into a frenzy. Nintendo didn't show much about the fourth Metroid Prime installment outside of the title screen, though. Metroid Prime 4 is set to arrive on Switch.

5. Undertale on PS4 and Vita

One of the more low-key announcements during E3 2017 was the announcement that Undertale is headed to Sony consoles. The hit RPG from developer Toby Fox is set to arrive this summer on PS4 and Vita. It won't be a remaster and will just be a direct port of the original PC version. A Collector's Edition will also be available for both PS4 and Vita owners. The premium package includes an illustrated booklet, a musical locket, and the official game soundtrack.

6. Spider-Man

It's been a while since we last got our hands on a really good Spider-Man game. Based on the full gameplay reveal of the upcoming Spider-Man game on PS4, it looks like that streak will soon come to an end. The combat looks fantastic, with the ability to interact with the environment and use objects to slap enemies. The movement system also looks gorgeously fluid, especially when Spider-Man is swinging around using his webs. It's definitely a must-play for PS4 owners. Spider-Man on PS4 arrives in 2018. It is being developed by Insomniac Games.

7. Life Is Strange: Before the Storm

A new Life Is Strange title is officially on the way in the form of Life Is Strange: Before the Storm. However, instead of a continuation of the heart-breaking story in the 2015 title, it will be a prequel set three years before it. The story will center on Chloe Price, who played a key role in the first game's story, and will be divided into three episodes. The first episode launches on August 31 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Dontnod Entertainment didn't handle the development of this prequel, though - Deck Nine Games did. Based on the trailer, it looks like Life Is Strange: Before the Storm is set to take us on another emotional ride.

8. Monster Hunter: World

Monster Hunter is a very popular series in Japan. Unfortunately, Capcom has not been able to replicate that success in western markets. The company is hoping Monster Hunter: World will finally change that. The fifth main installment in the long-running series marks the first time the series dips its toes into current-gen territory. And it looks very promising, based on the gameplay trailer alone. The core gameplay will remain intact, with a few tweaks to keep things fresh. Monster Hunter: World is set to release in early 2018 on PS4 and Xbox One. A PC version is also on the way, though at a later date.

9. God of War

The upcoming God of War on PS4 is one of the most anticipated titles for 2018, featuring a now-grizzled and more mature Kratos roaming the lands of Norse mythology alongside his son, Atreus. It is considered a soft reboot of the acclaimed hack-and-slash series and will feature a revamped gameplay. Perhaps the most notable change is that Kratos no longer wields his signature chained blades. Instead, he will slice enemies into pieces using a magical battle axe. The game looks very different from previous God of War titles, though it appears that the series' familiar brutal combat is still intact.

10. Star Wars Battlefront 2

Based on everything Electronic Arts showed during their E3 conference, it looks like Star Wars Battlefront 2 is set to make a huge splash when it arrives later this year. The sequel to 2015's Star Wars Battlefront will be much larger than its predecessor in terms of content. Most importantly, it will have a real single-player campaign and will feature space dogfights. Both features were missing in the first game. Content-wise, Battlefront 2 includes characters and locations from the original trilogy, prequel trilogy, and even the sequel trilogy, which is set to continue with Star Wars: The Last Jedi this December. Battlefront 2 releases a month before Episode 8.