Realistic Suggestions to Fix E3
For instance, instituting a dress code for attendees of E3. It’s sure to spawn groans from gamers, but that could do wonders for pushing the attitude of the conference to a more serious tone. It doesn’t have to be about dress shoes and a tie, but it shouldn’t be about shorts and sandals. As much as we’d like it to be, E3 isn’t a vacation.
And I couldn’t agree more with the Best in Show being reworked, especially making sure to exclude having the same game being given the award multiple years in a row. That’s not Best in Show, that’s Best in Last Year’s Show.
These ideas aren’t hard to implement and the organizers should pay attention. It’s obvious that the measures taken at this year’s E3 were too drastic, and to everyone’s detriment.
We’ll have to see what evolves in the next six months.