Analyze This: What Went Under-Reported at This Year's E3?

Gamasutra asked Michael Pachter of Wedbush Morgan Securities, Colin Sebastian of Lazard Capital Markets, and Doug Creutz of Cowen and Company -- all of whom attended this year's E3:

Were there any announcements or events at this year's E3 you felt went under-reported but were notable for you and your analyst colleagues?

From a professional or personal view, what were some of your favorite things about this year's E3? Least favorite?

Is E3 back? That is, does the annual event still matter in the industry, and if so, did this year's E3 prove it?

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MajestieBeast3793d ago

In my opinion Eyepet absolutely no footage of it while it was demoed.

FamilyGuy3793d ago

I ton of thing were "under-reported"
At least for PS3 owners we got an E3 section on the PSN with tons (like 64) on trailers and videos and Qore, not to mention the video store having E3 vids and episodes from game trailers and G4TV.

Lots of things were over-looked but most videos are in the wild now if you do some searching, I'd of liked to see more on Eyepet, Castlevania Lord of Shadows and Quantum.

StanLee3793d ago

Dragon Age is shaping up to be nothing short of mediocre. There has been nothing but negative impressions of the title and using UE3 middleware adds to the underwhelming impressions of the game.