Capcom Opening Up E3 Booth to Unwashed Masses

Yes, the E3 of yesteryear may be gone, replaced with a press-only shadow of it’s former stupefying glory. However that’s not stopping Capcom from opening up to the public this year. Next week, they’re giving a set number of fans free access to their E3 booth for an hour and a half. Of course, you’ll have to be in L.A. next week Thursday and e-mail them to get on the list if you want in. The space will be fairly small, but they should have plenty of new games on hand, like Street Fighter IV. If you want to check it out, you need to head over here for specific instructions on how to secure your spot in the booth.

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2 Comments on Capcom Opening Up E3 Booth to Unwashed Masses

Bounce

On July 8, 2008 at 11:56 am

E3 is dead. It’s only a shell of what it used to be. There are far better ‘shows’ out there, and most of them are happening in Europe. No big surprise since 90% of the worlds PC gaming happens in EU.

Davn Kincade

On July 8, 2008 at 5:33 pm

I couldn’t agree more, back in the day it was something.

Rumor has it that their going to make a type of E3 for the masses E for All or some such nonesense.