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E3 is over. What did you think?
Sony was a surprise for me and not really in any sort of a good way. I recognize their idea to do something different, but I donâ€™t think it played to their favor. As much as I canâ€™t stand someone on stage talking on end from a PR checklist of things to say about a game, it goes the same for me watching someone play music from the game (and, as much as I love him, that goes for AWK as well). That isnâ€™t to say I donâ€™t appreciate it, but Iâ€™m really here to see the game theyâ€™re promoting. A compromise maybe would be to show some parts of the game intercut with the live performance. Same with someone on stage talking about the game, come to think of it.
Microsoft was a surprise for me in that they showed off A LOT of games. Not too many exclusives, however, but that segment where they rattled off all the new companies they bought may change that in the next few years. Plus, we got the very first mention of a new console, ever so small as it was. Then again, Iâ€™m not so sure some of the games we saw weâ€™ll actually be playing on our current systems anyway.
That was the other thing about this E3. A lot of publishers were short on dates. Very few games got them and those that did were either just â€œ2019â€, February of 2019 – have you looked at what weâ€™re getting in the span of 31 days starting on January 29th?
Seriously, check it out, weâ€™re all going to be VERY busy right after the new year if those dates hold.