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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:21pm 17/06/11 | 4 Comments
Throughout the past week Dan and I have been working on a feature going over E3 from a post-mortem perspective; offering insights into what stood out for us at the show, and what didn't.

We've dissected the main parts of E3, beginning with the Big Three (Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony) and how we think they went at the event. We follow that up with out Top Five games of the show, then biggest surprises, biggest let-downs and then a bit of a wrap on what we took away from E3 this year on the whole. All of this is honest opinion, and looks daunting in length, but we've broken it up for you to digest easily.

Click here for our E3 post-mortem.

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Posted 04:30pm 17/6/11
I've been trying to go through all the E3 stuff but there's just so much, this will make it easier to just read the good bit. Also great coverage of E3
Posted 04:39pm 17/6/11
Good round up. Only thing I would have done different would have been your round of each of the big three as a back and forth between both of you rather then a [Steve block] [Dan block]. For instance the first lines from each of you in the Nintendo section are practically the same. I still read both blocks but it felt that I was reading pretty much the same thing each time.
Posted 04:45pm 17/6/11
This would have been cool as a 10min podcast/video

agreeing with you completely on this point steve:
but being locked to only a single controller per unit, and no specific system specs yet left too many nagging questions and not enough excitement. I’m interested, but it didn’t rekindle the old Nintendo fanboy in me.
Posted 05:40pm 17/6/11
Tis a good idea, e3 was a bit of a confusing onslaught for me.

Only suggestion, and it may just be that I'm drunk, but it might be a good idea to include more images (even thumbnail sized) next to the intro paragraphs to help me identify what is being discussed and where I'm up to, if possible.

edit: Oh and bigger headers, to help my drunken skim-read jumping. :D

I hope my attempt at reader feedback doesn't come off as offensive. :P
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