GamesAsylum: "E3 is over for another year. Tired journalists are boarding their return flights, trying to make sense of the incomprehensible messes scribbled on their notepads, while those who held the fort at home attempt to scrape every morsel of information out of those glitzy game trailers.
We saw Minecraft played on a coffee table, EA show their caring side via a simple toy made of string and Reggie flex his foam pecks. His puppet body was ready.
Many agree that it was the best E3 for years – the beginning of an era where publishers actually listen to gamers and give us what we want. These seven surprises played a large part in that"