Sean Halliday of Pixel Gate writes:
''Pre-note: The content of this post is based purely on the reactions of others towards VGX, and not of myself or the site as a whole.
In the aftermath of VGX, it seems people’s opinions on the event have been divided to say the least. Some have condemned the whole show as crude, poorly made, and utterly irrelevant; some merely viewed it as passable; others enjoyed the whole show from beginning to end. It’s strange that a show aimed at one large audience–the gaming audience–has garnered such a mixed reaction. But is this a good thing? Does it display the range of people who play videogames now? Or is it something a little less easier to bear?''