It was a decent showing games-wise, but the most interesting games to me were all multiplatform titles. And of the confirmed XBox One exclusives, most of the ones that were interesting to me (Quantum Break & Insomniac's game) were too far off to know what they would really be.
The only thing that looked cool near launch was Forza, but the big innovation they talked about just seems like the system that Real Racing 3 uses on mobile devices mixed with an improved version of the Drivatar learning AI that they have had since THE ORIGINAL FORZA on the ACTUAL Xbox 1!
Leaving aside the issues of XBL Gold paywalls and the always online DRM and the used games restrictions, there wasn't anything that was compelling enough to make me want an XBox One anytime soon.
And for that pricetag, it certainly won't be an impulse purchase. That would actually get me most of the way to a new computer next year that would be truly competitive with next-gen consoles.