Is E3 now too streamlined?

Originally published on GamesIndustry.biz by Ryan Janes

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Last year marked the first without any form of E3 event since its debut all the way back in 1995 — a strange absence, for sure, especially for gamers who’ve come to expect that high level of hype and excitement that usually surrounds the month of June and the show itself.

In its place of sorts were a mishmash of other live streams and shows from publishers, media outlets and other figures within the industry, with a majority of these attached to what Geoff Keighley called the Summer Game Fest.

While the industry would continue to push forwards, gamers saw

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