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Submitted by TFXR 1332d ago | news

Is E3 Staying In Los Angeles After All? [UPDATE: Uh, Maybe Not]

FleshEatingZipper writes: Just after E3 ended, word spread that its owner, the Entertainment Software Association, was looking at alternate sites for the world’s largest gaming exposition. While we’ve nagged about how dreadful a place Los Angeles must be to live in based on our visits (except Johnny, natch), any site capable of hosting E3 would have to be massive, overdeveloped, and annoyingly crowded, but perhaps in a slightly different environment. (E3, Industry)

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