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Submitted by TFXR 494d ago | opinion piece

5 Games You Missed At E3

FleshEatingZipper writes: In years past, E3 was usually a show where I focused on the big dogs: the Microsofts, the Sonys, the Activisions, but with the rise of crowdfunding and my growing distaste for the gaming zeitgeist’s lack of motivation to innovate, I made sure to spend plenty of time with the indie developers of this year’s show. Of course, the small-timers and oddities of E3 used to take up an entire hall at the Los Angeles Convention Center (Remember Kentia!) but are now a Battlestar Galactica-esque convoy of dreams and wishes. Here are just a few of my favorites. (E3, Legend Of Dungeon, PC, SoundSelf, That Dragon, Cancer)

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