E3 2007 Not Canceled, Really?

Today was not the day to write an op-ed about this incident. I started and restarted, edited, and edited, and then had to add more. I *think* all the news of the day is out. You can read my op-ed that is published on Blogcritics.

You may also wish to read Next-Gen's Ten Reasons for E3's Collapse. It has some good points.

I am not sure what to think about the 5,000 people small show in a hotel in LA. I am going to wait for more news from the ESA. Is the "new" E3 a way to salvage a show without the big names (Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft, EA) and is Lowenstein spinning this "evolution"? I have no idea. But I want more solid answers first, before I form a hair-brained idea.

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