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 Oct 21, 2008 - 08:14 AM - by Michael
* E3 To Return?

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Newsweek says E3 is going to try to get big again after a couple years of near-nonhappening.

Internally, the ESA and its members are referring to the event as a "prosumer show," a term our source found puzzling. Presumably it refers to the ESA's intent to reach out to not necessarily the world at large, but to media, industry professionals and the most avid gamers. For while attendance is expected to rise dramatically from the 2008 show, our source informed us that the ESA is aiming to cap next year's attendance at 40,000. That's significantly less than the record 70,000 people that attended E3 in 2005, and it's also less than the nearly 60,000 people who attended this year's Penny Arcade Expo in August in downtown Seattle.
We'll see what happens. I miss the days of E3 as a big happenstance.
 

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