The Demise of E3: ESA to Blame? Think Again.

Ripten writes:

"You never really appreciate something until it's gone - or in this case, chased from a city by angry gaming press with torches and pitchforks.

As E3 showed up, sputtered, then crept out of Los Angeles - hanging its head in dejected embarrassment - industry bloggers and reporters of every stripe began panning this years offering from the Electronic Software Association.

Some pontificated on the trade show's demise, stating that this year's incarnation was merely its death-throes, and that it had become a weary, tired beast, in desperate need of being tied to a tree and mercifully shot."

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