E3 2017 wrapped on June 15th and this episode focuses on the Sony, Nintendo, Ubisoft, and EA press conferences. Sony kept a very game-centric show; Opting to minimize speakers on stage and emphasize their games. Among which were some big fan-favorite titles like the next Uncharted. Nintendo brought a line-up of the usual suspects including a new Mario title, some Zelda DLC and much more. Ubisoft Came in determined to win the trophy for awkward press conferences with their reveal of a Mario and Rabbids collaboration. Along with that was a lot of info on big franchises like Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, and more. EA came in with a huge display of Star Wars Battlefront 2, Anthem, Madden, and their usual franchises. In non-E3 related news, we got the incredibly disappointing bit of News that Mass Effect: Andromeda will be receiving no single player DLC. However, it will continue to receive multiplayer DLC and patches/updates. This appears to be Bioware's reaction the the overblown criticism of the game and it's issues at launch. A good DLC could've undone all of the negative perception, but it appears we won't get that chance; The franchise is seemingly on the shelf for the foreseeable future. Important note: This came out through news media and there hasn't been an official announcement from the company to date.