In this very special, extra-long installment of Office Chat, I'm joined by Dale North, Jim Sterling, and Jordan Devore to discuss what the Electronic Entertainment Expo is expected to bring (and how much longer E3 might be expected to bring it).
Is Nintendo's move to eliminate the bombastic press conference in favor of the more intimate Nintendo Direct going to pay off for them? What might this mean for the future of the Electronic Entertainment Expo and would it really be that awful if it shriveled up? Who will walk away from this year's show with the biggest response? All this and more awaits you.
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