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    The PC Gaming Show returns to E3 for a third year

    However this year Intel, not AMD, is the main event sponsor.
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    Re: The PC Gaming Show returns to E3 for a third year

    Never heard of it..?

    Anyone else of the opinion that E3 has been going steadily downhill for a good few years now?

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    Re: The PC Gaming Show returns to E3 for a third year

    "The state of innovation on the PC has never been stronger... "

    Yeah, no thanks to Intel, though.

    I have to wonder if this is a play by Intel to attempt to reduce AMD's gain in the CPU market share.

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    Re: The PC Gaming Show returns to E3 for a third year

    Didnt expect to see tripwire interactive there with them being a small studio but I do love their killing floor games.

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    Re: The PC Gaming Show returns to E3 for a third year

    Quote Originally Posted by virtuo View Post
    Never heard of it..?

    Anyone else of the opinion that E3 has been going steadily downhill for a good few years now?
    its an ad show and people watch ads less than ever...so...

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    Re: The PC Gaming Show returns to E3 for a third year

    Quote Originally Posted by virtuo View Post
    Never heard of it..?

    Anyone else of the opinion that E3 has been going steadily downhill for a good few years now?
    I'm pretty sure I read somewhere (although I forget when or where) in the past that gaming companies are putting less prominence on E3 these days and instead focusing more on events that the general public can also attend, like Gamescom.

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