By: Andy Borkowski
For 22 years like minded players of games gathered in increasingly larger and larger rooms to talk about video games. What started as a simple developer expo has adapted into a multi-million dollar boondoggle that seems like a trade event for the pharmaceutical industry more than a celebration of gaming.
As we are about to user in E3 2017 I posit this to you, the fool who has read this far, E3 2017 needs to die. It doesn’t need to change. It doesn’t need to adapt, it needs to die. Here’s why: