Take Out #57
E3 is dead, and its time we all come to terms with that. It’s outdated, unnecessary, and frankly, a bit of a chore. But, E3 had a good run, with many fond memories that I am sure many of us with cherish, but its time to close the casket. Whatever E3 is thinking of becoming next year, that’s not the E3 I know, nor want to know. So lets mourne the loss of the true E3, the one that had absurd presentations by Konami and flubs by Nintendo along with the questionable practice of having booth babes, but also was the one time of year when we got to see new consoles first hand and all the things to be excited about for the year to come.