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GR's Best of E3 2005 Awards

Posted on Sunday, June 12 @ 11:12:31 Eastern by Duke_Ferris

Year in, year out, we're faced with the daunting task of doling out awards to the games shown at the annual E3 convention/ad campaign. This is great for the people who make the games but can be quite problematic for us, as much of the show is comprised of totally unfinished, hastily thrown together demos that may or may not be representative of the final products. It's like giving an NBA contract to a 5th grader because he's wearing cool shoes.

 

So you know what? Screw it. Why give out a thousand awards to a thousand games that might never even see the light of day? Do you all really need to know which of the four strategy games present we think might turn out to be good? Aren't we better than that? By a show of hands, I see that we are!

And so welcome one and all to

GR's Completely Revamped Best of E3 2005 Awards!

We've gone to painstaking lengths to cover the breadth of E3, the entirety of the experience, if you will, not just the best games in the best categories. Speaking of which, we've come up with a crop of new categories altogether since the old ones were starting to stink up the joint.

>> PAGE 2: With no further ado, let's get rewarding!

 


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