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Posted on Wednesday, June 13 @ 16:03:13 PST by

A lot of people were saying that there's no point to the Electronic Entertainment Expo anymore. They were saying that E3 is too big for its own good, that it's not worth the money the industry spends on it. Those people are a bunch of cynical assholes... at least in my opinion. They have no empathy or care for the gamers out there who've never been.

I've only been to three separate E3s at this point in my career, and while I'm exhausted and sick following gaming's big showcase, I argue that there's still a reason to head to the Los Angeles convention center and brave the crowds and noise. But that's my opinion. What about you?

Is E3 still worth it?


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