Probably start in the South Hall. Square usually gives away big tote bags. You can usually wander around the smaller third party booths for stuff. Nintendo/Atlus usually require you to play something before giving things away which can take forever with the lines but they're obviously the better quality stuff.
What in God's name are you playing, my guy?
I'm thinking that WB Montreal report is fake. They haven't released a game in four years and it's hard for me to believe that a studio would have one game cancelled in that time and start over on another and still be open
There's so many rumors. Jason Schreir said the Damian game was rebooted but didn't say anything else, and he was wrong about the game awards trailer for it. I don't think he has a solid source. I can't imagine a studio that hasn't released a game since 2014 would be able to start over on everything and stay open. What a waste of money.There were rumors swirling that they started work on a Superman game for Rocksteady and let them take over at Arkham Knight was done. It's tough to know what's really going on over there, too many rumors and different "leaks."
Isn't Microsoft running their own fanfest adjacent somewhere too?
Gonna miss this hallway
I honestly thought Nintendo was done with E3.
Underrated post. lol
Isn't fan fest generally a pretty small a fair? Like just 500 tickets? I haven't heard of MS doing something like an EA Play Event for their own stuff.
Originally I suspected MS to have a nice presence their with Scorpio running FIFA, Madden, a Battlefield 1 expansion but with the rumors of FIFA going with PlayStation for marketing and Battlefront already there I'm doubting myself.
Really hoping we get a nice one more thing that's more than just a $399 pre order now for Scorpio.
But as others have said, wouldn't this mean the booth should be bigger, especially if there's going to be hands on for new games? Nintendo has had a different area for press and another area for investors since the first direct and their booth hasn't gotten any smaller.Didn't Spencer say that their booth this year would just mostly be lines of demo stations instead of 'fluff' areas?
Something about they wanted to focus on the people who come to E3 and make it easy to play the games. Which I guess is especially important this year when they need to properly show off what the new console can do. I'm sure he said something along those lines a while back.
But as others have said, wouldn't this mean the booth should be bigger, especially if there's going to be hands on for new games? Nintendo has had a different area for press and another area for investors since the first direct and their booth hasn't gotten any smaller.