It's work, It's a job. Trying to cover all the conferences, trying to cover the floor, getting in 3-4 hour lines just to see a game, you tell me you wouldnt be upset being a game journalist? Especially having a website where thousands or more people visit everyday? waiting for information and expect you to provide it?
Most of you guys see E3 as a vacation. and yes, i bet going to E3 would be great to attend if you were just a fan of gaming and have no responsibilities associated. But if you work for a big gaming website. Be ready to work.
I fully understand what the guys are going through and don't blame them one bit for complaining about E3. It sounds like a chore fully covering that show. and what you get from the Bomb crew are REAL TALK, its not all sunshine and candy like most publications make it out to be.