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E3 Floor Plans Reveal Whose is Big and Whose is Bigger

Posted on Tuesday, May 10 @ 15:23:33 PST by

The image above was released last night. Every year before E3 takes place in June, you can bet that people scrutinize how much space each developer, publisher, and platform holder has reserved on the show floor. There'll be a ton of games, trailers, and... very loud speakers crowding the space in the West and South Halls.

[Click the image above to embiggen it and see the details for yourself.]

You'll see that Nintendo and Sony are facing off against each other with equal, double-sized booths in the West Hall. Capcom will be front and center and Bethesda will be tucked off to the side. I doubt you'll be able to keep Skyrim or Rage from view though. Big publishers and developers fill up the majority of the South Hall, including Microsoft, Ubisoft, Activision and Square Enix. I think we might want to find Warner Bros too. Anyone else excited for some new Arkham City news?

You know what's funny though? You don't even need to be at the show to get all that juicy information you're craving. Game Revolution is going to be in force at the Electronic Entertainment Expo with liveblogs, hands-on, eyes-on impressions and more breaking news than ever. Keep a tab opened and locked on our E3 2011 tag page to stay in the know.
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