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You’ve see the coverage now play the game – E3: The Game

A lot is said about E3 each year and there’s often much debate over it. Is it worth it anymore? Should it have ever changed from being open to the public to just being a press junket? A lot of people wish they could get passes to experience E3; after all, it does sound like quite the spectacle.

Well, wish no more, because you can experience what E3 is like through E3: The Game. Really. Gamer Talent put together a quick game called E3: The Game in just a week, which replicated everything you could experience in E3 this year. From long lines to dubstep, to conferences and even the lighting, you’ve got the full press experience. Seriously.

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It’s actually quite hysterical to play and, according to some of those who actually got to experience E3 2013, a dead-on representation of what they all experience. So maybe you aren’t missing out on too much to begin with, eh? (I think my favorite part is being able to check Twitter while I wait on line.)

1 Comment

  1. Annette Lawless

    July 6, 2013 at 8:06 pm

    I’ve never heard of E3, but this looks like an interesting one for sure. You are beyond on top of it all, aren’t you hun? I thought I was a smart gamer. Guess not. 😉 Thanks for keeping us all posted on the hottest trends. xoxo -A

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