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Submitted by LightForceJedi 832d ago | opinion piece

GamerLive.TV's Top Five Disappointments Of E3 2012

The idea behind E3 was to showcase the latest and brightest games of 2012, but there are always a few games that disappoint us. Some games on our list made serious changes to their formula, and not for the better. Other games took center stage at E3 when they shouldn’t have. There were many games at E3, but here is our top five list of disappointments. (Call of Duty Vita, Dead Space 3, E3, Enemy Front, Metroid, PC, PS3, Silent Hill: Book Of Memories, The Legend of Zelda, Wii U, Wonderbook, Xbox 360)

kazumao1   832d ago | Spam
LightForceJedi  +   832d ago
Look Kazumao ... it's not just about the launch lineup. Wii U has the same third party support as it did with Nintendo Wii, which isn't a good thing. Once the flair is gone, the Wii U will be left in the dust.
eagle21  +   832d ago
Ha, the only view ms or sony will see is Nintendo's ass.

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