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Submitted by CallOfDutyFan 149d ago | opinion piece

Who kept their E3 2013 promises?

E3 is absolutely the time to dazzle everyone with claims that would normally be thought impossible. But with last year's E3 showcasing a new generation full of possibilities, anything seemed possible. And nobody seemed to cry bullsh*t. We were all Fox Mulders. We wanted to believe.

Fast-forward almost 12 months and we're now in full-blown Dana Scully mode. We can now see which of the claims made at last year's show (both in the conferences and in contemporaneous interviews) were proven 'incorrect'. It makes for an interesting series of truths, half truths and with-the-benefit-of-hindsight- that-was-never-going-to-happen- uths. As you'll see if you step back into the auditoriums (E3, Industry)

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