2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo Wrap-Up

Posted on Friday, May 19 2006 @ 05:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Annual videogame industry gala the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), held May 10-12 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, drew a whopping 60,000 industry insiders to Tinseltown for a look at tomorrow's hottest digital diversions and sweetest next-generation consoles. Although a good 10,000 people fewer showed up than last year, most of those unaccounted for were, happily, the hordes of frothing fans notorious for previously making traversing the show floor a precarious proposition. And, wouldn't you know, like the event's organizers, who'd made an active push to limit the number of random pedestrians at the convention, so too did Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo cut back on press conference and party invites.

Read on over at Digital Trends.


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