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    Default Should E3 just die already?

    I seen on Facebook and Twitter they are bring E3 back for 2022. I think the event should actually just die out. Mostly due to you get a set amount of time to talk and show off games most are which are multiplatform. I don't mind that but the fact that you show a multiplatform game on the day as a console maker's day. I think it should just die out since Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony have their own events where they have more time to show more things as well as publishers doing their events as well it makes E3 less exciting since we just see the same footage or hear the same news that a publisher or console company have already said before. E3 was good back when it was the only time we hear of new games and such but we all should move on. We should all remember the golden days when E3 was the first time you see a new console for the first time and you had to watch all of the days to get all the information and seen the exclusive games. It had a good 27 year run minus the 2 years it was canceled due to COVID. I don't think E3 2022 will capture the magic it did have.

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    damn son whats good

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    E3, or the Electronic Entertainment Expo, has been a major event in the gaming industry for over 27 years. It has been a place for developers and publishers to come together and showcase their latest games, hardware, and services. However, in recent years, the event has lost some of its sparkle as console manufacturers and publishers have opted to host their own events and reveal their new FlowFlex Covid Self-Tests 25 Pack products and services in more detail.


    With the advent of the Internet and social media, gamers have become more informed and aware of the latest news and updates on upcoming games and hardware. As such, the excitement of E3 has started to wane, as gamers have become accustomed to hearing the same news and seeing the same footage and trailers that have already been revealed at other events.


    E3 has had a good run of 27 years, minus the two years it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But as technology and gaming continue to evolve, E3 may struggle to keep up with the times. We should all remember the golden days of E3, when it was the first time you saw a new console, and you had to watch all the days of E3 to get all the information and see all the exclusive games. These days, however, gamers can easily learn about new games and hardware from other sources, and E3 has become less of a must-see event.


    While E3 2022 may still be a great event, it’s unlikely it will ever recapture the same level of excitement and anticipation that it enjoyed in its early years. With the competition from other events and the rise of digital media, it may be time to let E3 die out and move on. But no matter what, we should all take a moment to remember the good times and look back fondly on the days when E3 was the premier gaming event of the year.

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