Ben Kuchera writes:
"The Entertainment Software Association has itself a PR problem. This year, the ESA seemed more defined by its misses, such as an increasing number of publishers not renewing their memberships and an E3 that was widely considered to be lifeless and a shadow of its former self. But the ESA has just released its 2008 annual report and, after reading all 37 pages about intellectual property, piracy, and the US government, it's clear that most of the ESA's work isn't sexy. It is important, though, making the recent defections even more puzzling."