E3 2018: What Worked, What Didn't, and Even Further Ramblings From an Advancing Journalist

MonsterVine: "E3 2018 has come and gone in the most definitive of ways. This article will be the final E3 2018 piece that I write, and the last piece to go live in the week after the event. After making 13 previews, two interviews, two podcasts, and this one feature, it’s safe to say that I’m kind of tired."

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Garethvk118d ago

They put a great deal of thought and effort into it. We have always found it worth the time and I was very happy with the changes they added this year. The three hour window they have us on Tuesday and Wednesday before the "15" were allowed in was a great thing as was the earlier start time on Wednesday. Naturally any show like this depends on which games are revealed and shown on the floor That being said; we got in our coverage, had some really good meetings, and even got some extra hands on time beyond what was scheduled. As for the rooms, we stay out of the downtown area and drive in. You can knock 2/3 off your cost if you are ok with a 45-60 min drive. I get it is not for everyone but it is still a very important event for us and aside from the crowd crush last year and for a very short time this year, we had a great show.

kevnb118d ago (Edited 118d ago )

E3 isn’t really important anymore.