The show was disappointing but it really was what I was expecting. Which is why I'm not really judging anything until E3 shows some games. But the consistent negativity and the unclear messaging since the unveil is the worst damn thing.
So Alex basically articulated what I was thinking in article form.
Pretty much this.. that MS show was all the boring parts of an E3 presentation. They could still win or loose big. To early too tell.
This debate is confusing to me. With some ppl and Shane implying\stating "would you pay $60 for the TWD?".. well the game is not $60 so that has nothing to do with anything really. Also "retail $60 games are forced to have longer gameplay times that could drag on".. Again TWD was 12-13 hours long.. that is as long as many full retail games so I dont see Shane's point there. At times no buget or Indie albums win grammy's, or low buget movies win Oscars, why not with games? Im sure Bio-shock or some big buget game will win next year.