For fans of the videogame world, there is little that can coax the wide-eyed wonder out of jaded gamers the way E3 can. We here at MyGamer had the pleasure of attending the show, and as you may expect, it was truly a sight to behold. As always, there were exclusives, movie stars, wrestlers, behind closed door sneak peeks, and of course games.
Within this industry that we work in, the LA Convention Center can prove to be a place of both great inspiration, and surprising frustration. As readers, you may have noticed the start of our E3 coverage that will soon become a deluge. Courtesy of our awesome staff who were willing to brave the crowds, and weave throughout the 500,000 or so square feet of gaming wonderland on behalf of you, our valued reader. In the coming days, you can expect to see previews and interviews regarding most of the games you will be looking forward to during the next year, we also have a top twenty booth babe feature in the works which any E3 fan will surely appreciate!
The team that we sent out this year was a truly wonderful one, all of whom got on like a house on fire. The duration of the E3 trip revealed several things about our staffers that we may not have known about, yet now we feel compelled to share, so that you, our readers may have some idea as to who was working the show floor for your coverage needs. So without further ado, let me introduce the gang:
Matt “Gotta collect them all” Cook: A truly gifted writer, Matt hails from our PC crew, and heading to E3 was something of a dream for the excitable journo. Unknown to many, his rather interesting middle name actually has nothing to do with Pokemon, instead it refers to his trade show pastime of chasing down booth babes on behalf of the rest of us, so that we may provide you with a great feature article! The last time we heard anything from Matt, he was still tearing around the concourse between the South and Kentia halls, looking for the most enchanting babe of them all – the angel lady. Matt was sure that he had a credible sighting on Saturday afternoon about 3pm. We didn’t have the heart to tell him that the show finished on Friday night.