For the last few years, we have tried to do something fun and different with our annual E3 predictions. Three years ago, we went to a real-life psychic. The year after that we made a trip to the L.A. Zoo. And last year, a local Los Angeles animal shelter was our destination (resulting in the adoption of some of the adorable puppy and kitten participants!).
This year ... well, this year is a surprise. But before the final predictions post is revealed, we need your help!
Like every year, we need a list of yes/no questions that apply to this year's E3. You can check out these previous posts to get an idea of exactly what is needed, but, as an example, you could ask something like "Will Pikmin 3 be playable on the Wii U?" or "Will Rockstar show off the new Grand Theft Auto?" As long as it is a yes or no question, anything goes!
Let us know your questions in the comments! The more fun and creative, the better! Thanks in advance for all the help!
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