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The E3 Bulletin: Tuesday
Our E3 bulletins run every day this week. Here is Monday’s.
Day Two of E3 week, day four of The Content, and time to update the trend board: it’s all about streaming in the business meetings and screaming at the conferences. Get you a man – and it will always be a man – who can do both at literally any point where more than 10 people are gathered together. We suspect this is due to E3 being an official consumer show now: the show always had a few yellers but they were routinely offset by the crack squad of miserable bastards in the media/industry section, while now any conference organiser can pack the hall with dedicated zealots conveniently surfaced by social media. Wes crossed the streams by interviewing the loudest voice at Bethesda’s show.
Just about every speaker has been interrupted by overenthusiastic whooping, and CD Projekt RED has made things worse by giving a free copy of Cyberpunk 2077 to the guy who heckled Keanu Reeves. Just imagine how bad it’s going to be next year when we’ve got actually exciting stuff to show off.
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