A couple of weeks ago, I took my first trip to E3. I've been doing this for half a decade now, the whole games writing lark, but Gamescom has always been my big annual show. This year, I opted in to E3 as well. I had a good, meeting with interesting people and playing lots of good games, but E3 is clearly in a state of change, with major publishers locating themselves elsewhere in LA and inviting the public to events, in what is traditionally a trade-only week.
So, yes, E3 is changing and it'll be interesting to see what happens. But here's what I'd do to make it a more enjoyable experience right now.
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