At VideoGamer we're all beginning to get the E3 fear. Those of us travelling out to LA – Miller and Jim – are dreading the heat and manic dashing between booths to bring you videos direct from the show floor.
Here in the UK the rest of the team can't wait for stupidly long work days as the publishers unleash announcement after announcement during their conferences, all of which will be streamed for your viewing pleasure. If you want the hottest of hot takes (honestly, it'll be hilarious), make sure you're following @VideoGamerCom on Twitter.
So when and how can you see each of the E3 2016 conferences? All the details you need can be found below, and we'll also have news stories going up nearer the time with embedded streams to be sure you don't forget to tune in.
EA is staging EA Play on Sunday evening, and promises to show off Titanfall 2, Battlefield One, Mass Effect Andromeda, FIFA 17, and a whole host more.
This is an early hours show in the UK, so you may not see the VideoGamer team around, but those staying up will certainly get a few big game announcements. Expect to see a lot more of Dishonored 2, plus DLC info for Fallout 4 and Doom. There's an outside chance of an Elder Scrolls teaser, but it's more likely the only game from the franchise will be card battler Elder Scrolls Legends. Prey could also re-emerge, completely reworked at a new developer.
The first of the platform holders to take to the stage, Microsoft really needs to come out all guns blazing this year. It's expected we'll get a hardware announcement of sorts – likely a cheaper slimmer Xbox One – and Gears of War 4 will certainly get a big push. Other games we're hoping to see much more of are Rare's Sea of Thieves, Halo Wars 2, Forza Horizon 3, ReCore and Crackdown 3.
AMD is teaming up with PC Gamer to bring the excitement of E3 to pc gamers for a second year running. Bohemia, Relic, Microsoft and Ubisoft are all line-up to appear.
Girl wood activist Aisha Tyler is back to host Ubisoft's E3 conference, with the publisher already confirming it will be revealing Watch Dogs 2, along with For Honor and Ghost Recon: Wildlands. With the Assassin's Creed film set to hit cinemas this Christmas a plug or two is also sure to feature. No doubt The Division and RB6 will also feature in relation to upcoming DLC.
There could be more than a few fireworks from Sony this year, though if history is anything to go by it'll likely start a few minutes late. PlayStation 4 Neo could well be revealed, but Sony will also want to give VR a big push ahead of the planned October release. The Last Guardian is also sure to feature, but a show without a release date will only spark further delay rumours. With Uncharted 4 done and dusted, maybe confirmation of The Last of Us 2 will come, and what of the popular God of War franchise? Gran Turismo Sport is also sure to get a run out, hoping to impress more than it did on its reveal last month.
OK, so Nintendo isn't actually hosting a conference, nor is it planning to announce any games or new hardware. Instead Nintendo will use E3 to show off its new The Legend of Zelda title for Wii U, though the NX version won't be at the show. Reggie Fils-Aime will introduce the show, and Nintendo has also said it will have new footage of Pokemon Sun and Moon.
And if you are still alive after all that, you can be sure to find more announcements, trailers and gameplay appearing throughout the week.