Completely Reductionist E3 News

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The concise, reductionist summary of E3 2010: Many games were shown. Some were sequels. Some will never see release. Others were delayed or downplayed. All were accompanied by trailers and screenshots. Most will excite gamers by completely transforming the genre or the "way we play games." Some crappy-seeming games looked better to attendees thanks to over-the-top parties. Many games rely upon motion-sensitive or video-capture technologies that will be released late this year. Of those games, most are gimmicky and aimed at casual gamers, rather than exploiting what is unique about these technologies. Oh... and people should be excited about 3D.

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