Is E3's demise a good thing? 12 replies

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Tyr4nt

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#11 12 years ago
EndemicWDid E3 go too commercial? Was it just not delivering to people who admired gameplay over graphics? http://www.ggl.com/news.php?NewsId=3711&gm=dmc&at=hg /discuss

all E3 was was a giant commerical. They had a lot of sponsors who they needed to give ad space to but thats the only negative thing about E3's comericalism. E3 was a ground for companies big and small to showcase their stuff for the upcoming year it in itself is a giant advertisment so theres nothing wrong with it being flashy or anything because all it was suppost to be was a flashy display of companies breaking out there secret projects.




Fear-No-Evil

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#12 12 years ago

I'm mostly dissapointed that E3 was downsized, attending was on my list of things, y'know? But now that it's out of the way, the Penny Arcade Expo will probably be the next big gaming evet. They're having booths for Nintendo and Microsoft, I think.




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#13 12 years ago

I never got to go. E3 was like THE game party of the year. I wanted to see it in all its glory, especially in the next few very important years.

Although it was a bit to commercial. It had more trash on companies then games.




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