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Submitted by Jim Crikey 924d ago | opinion piece

Videogame “journalists” and the E3 circus

Critical Gamer's Luke K writes: I wasn’t at E3 this year, and I only watched one of the many live streams. That doesn’t mean I’m ignorant of all the relevant goings on, though I kind of wish I was; the internet is of course currently choked with E3 coverage. Most of it is dull and uninspired but, by picking over some of the best and sifting through my Twitter stream, I’ve had confirmed what I strongly suspected – very few surprises, games that could be renamed and presented at any E3 of the last five to ten years, and cringe-inducingly unprofessional behaviour from videogame – ahem – “journalists”. For these people I have just one simple yet important question:

What the hell is wrong with you? (Culture, E3)

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