E3: The show is over, but we're only getting started - destructoid

E3: The show is over, but we're only getting started

8:29 PM on 06.09.2011

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor


Wow, this has been an insane week. We want to thank you, faithful readers, for commenting, tweeting, giving us feedback, and on the whole, putting up with our nonsense. It's been our pleasure getting genuinely happy about videogames during E3 2011.

The show is (officially) over, with the Entertainment Software Association declaring that some 46,800 people attended. It's always a blast, especially when we get new hardware announcements, more follow-ups to beloved franchises, and the occasional refreshing new IP.

We've already done hundreds of posts, but there's even more where that came from, remarkably. In particular, you can expect further hands-on impressions and video coverage from the on-site team over the next couple of days. Better start recovering now. The ESA says E3 2012 will take place from June 5 - 7.

Tell us, what was your favorite E3 moment?




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