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The Working Gamer : Who Won E3

Nick Linnell writes : For nearly 20 years E3 has been delighting people. Whether it was initially the retailers, whom the conference was originally aimed at, getting excited at the prospect of millions of dollars, to the consumers who now flood into the event after the press conference day, there has always been someone to impress. Recently however, it has become more of a competition based around the press conferences on the first two days, here at The Working Gamer, we’ve taken a look back at those conferences to decide who won.

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NewMonday770d ago (Edited 770d ago )

Nintendo wins on presentation style.
Sony win on massive content.
MS are starting to get rid of the stigma they got associated with.

It was important for Sony not to slip up, what they showed should let them maintain momentum for now, but they should be cautious that both Nintendo and MS are dropping the casual trend and focusing on core games any slip up and they will take advantage.

this is the first time since the releas of the Wii that all the big 3 are focusing on games, don't know about you folcks but it's going to be an exiting time to be a core gamer.

2014 will have a strong finish and 2015 will be MASSIVE!

Uncharted 4
Halo5
Zelda
the Order
Quantum Break
MGS5:PP?
Witcher3
Bloodborn
Xenoblade X?

TheWorkingGamer770d ago

Agreed, though as in the article, I feel that if anyone had to "win" Nintendo did overall, as a company that relies upon their first party content for everything, they had the strongest showings. EA was a mockery of a conference.

NewMonday770d ago

as game publishers they did the best job, but as platform managers no.