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    This is not a good thing. This will just encourage them to find newer and more cringier ways to deliver games in the future. If anything E3 should be held in someones basement with no mention of the proceedings taking place spoken outside of those walls.

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    Hopefully a better E3 next year

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    I'd say it's a good thing to allow the public in E3 but these days there's more and more companies are announcing stuff outside of E3 and at other events. I think they just need to start announcing a bit more stuff and keep some games under wrap til the big reveal at E3.