Gamasutra's Christian Nutt dissects what went wrong with E3 and posits that the return to form sought by the ESA for next year's show might not have the intended effect -- or, at least, laments crawling crowded hallways once again.
It seems that the big E3's where to big and the small ones where to small. Can't they find a balance? I thought the bigger E3's brought more flare into the industry. When they made them small things seemed less interesting. Things like booth babes, smoke effects and cosplay amplified the excitement. Sadly most of that stuff was taken out the last few E3's. The last one seemed to flavor something slightly more exciting then a science fair. I suppose to each his own, Woo-hoo, It's backkkk!
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