This is, effectively, the Mecca of gaming events.
And I’m here.
Through a little bit of stubbornness and a whole lot of coercing my partner in crime, I have found my way to what might be the piece de resistance of my gaming coverage career.
Except it won’t be.
Microsoft’s teraflop pushing powerhouse the Xbox One X is here. As will Sony touting their 60 million PS4s sold to date. Nintendo won’t quit with their surprisingly robust Switch. And that’s just the major players.
As always we will heed the Call of Duty, experience all the Final of Fantasies, let our lightsabers do the talking on the Battlefront and witness the Gran Forza of racing.
E3 might be shifting with the times, especially selling public badges. But this is certainly not the prophetic doom that some may feel is coming.
It all starts here. In more ways than one.