Guess Sony is really leaving E3 for good. This is not looking good for them. No games. No, buy.
Nintendo doesn't do live shows anymore, which honestly I like it more. It leaves less awkwardness and, from what I've heard internally, it makes it easier to showcase games due to hardware and software interference which is one reason they stopped doing live showcases on a stage. Nintendo usually has NWC there now, and still manage to belt out really good performances.They're probably hoping to avoid lots of awkward questions from the audience about why they hate tits now.
On a non shitposty note now that both Nintendo and Sony have left can E3 finally die?
I find it hilarious that I sold my Vita the day before the Senran Kagura censorship (which is how this shit all went down, unless you wanna go about the crossplay bullshit) and it just gets worse.Its because sony has no games
They are probably gonna start announcing playstation """"""games""""""" at film festivals
According to one of the managers there, speaking of, Sony's lost +2 million dollars in profits while Microsoft has seen more than that in positive profits. How the hell does that happen when they finally get a system seller or two, and then Microsoft has, well, not a lot?
E3 outlived its relevancy a long time ago.
Earlier today, Sony confirmed that it won’t be present at next year’s E3. Some might have been concerned about Nintendo’s status at the show, but fortunately, there’s nothing to worry about.
Fans can rest easy knowing that Nintendo’s presence is confirmed for E3 2019. Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime also said that the show is “an outstanding opportunity for us to share new games and experiences with fans and business partners from across the globe.”
His full statement reads:
“E3 is an outstanding opportunity for us to share new games and experiences with fans and business partners from across the globe. Every year, we discuss what will be the best way for us to take advantage of the next E3 show in order to bring smiles to people’s faces.”