E3 2008 was on the whole a rather lame affair. A lot of what was shown was great of course, but given the number of brilliant-looking games currently teetering perilously close to release, we got a miserable amount of content in terms of new unveilings. You've no doubt by now read a lot of articles questioning the future relevence of the show, and those articles have a good point, but we want to take a more positive angle on the whole situation.
You see, there is a great big hope on the horizon, and that hope is the Leipzig Games Convention, which happens next month in Germany. And these days it's bigger than the old E3.