Once upon, there was something called the Electronic Entertainment Expo, mystically referred to at times as “E3″. E3 was the gaming conference of the year, drastically altering an industry’s fiscal year within a period of three days. Some hiccups caused it be diluted down. The booming growth of gaming, however, showed we needed an E3 more than ever. However, when it meant one-upping the competition, systematically pushing forth innovation, sequel and block-buster titles, E3 was tough to beat.