Crispy Gamer writes:
"Mama always said, 'It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game.' But Mama drank a lot of chardonnay from a box. And she got all of her sayings from back issues of Reader's Digest. And, as any fool who made it past the fourth grade knows, all that really matters in a more global, existential sense is who wins.
Which brings us to the Crispy Awards: E3 2009 Edition. The Game Trust saw about one bazillion games last week. Some of those games -- a full week later -- are still stuck in our craws. They haunt us, the way that Kathy Griffin haunts our televisions. (Exorcist doesn't work; we tried that.) Still, other games magically, mysteriously vaporized from our gray matter only seconds after the demos were over.
What is it about these games that stay with us?"