Well, it's done. E3 has come and gone another year, and what a year it was. Some crazy ass stuff went on at E3 this year, and while we'll be bringing you content for days to come thanks to it, it is time to move on and look forward. Forward to what? Next year's E3 of course.
But wait, you're not ready to let go? Fine, I shall give you this bit of information on E3 2010. The conference had 45,600 attendees and some 300 exhibitors. The amount of attendees was a jump up from last year's 41,000, showing that E3 is indeed heading back towards or maybe even has arrived at it's previous epic awesomeness.
If you missed one iota of information do not panic. You can still seem cool around the water cooler by catching up on such subjects as Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony. If dividing things up by console isn't your bag then just head on over to our giant page of E3. It has everything you could possibly want to know including what all the cool kids are talking about. As long as you can recognize key terms like Kinect, Move, 3DS and "one million troops" you will be good to go.
Now, are we feeling more comfortable with moving on? Good, because the Entertainment Software Association has announced that next year's E3 will once again be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from June 7-9. Destructoid will of course be there rocking the face off of everything there is to see. Stick with us through the weekend for tons more E3 coverage.
We really want to say a heartfelt thanks to everyone for tuning in. The home team and the floor team had an absolute blast bringing you the news, and we wouldn't be able to do it if it wasn't for you, the Destructoid community.
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