The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) seems to get bigger and gain an increasingly higher profile every year. This year, the show – which is a trade event and not open to the public – had national broadcast and print news coverage – helped in part by the number of Hollywood celebrities who headed down to the Los Angeles Convention Center May 14-16 for the fun and games, mingling with the 60,000 global industry professionals who attended the most influential event in the interactive ...
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