There is no reason as to why these models should be at e3 with almost no clothes on. I have nothing against good looking women with almost no clothes on, but there are far better places for them to be at than e3.
Its not the models fault, they just want some money, can't blame them for that. The fault lies with the people hiring them. And also this whole thing about them being "marketing" thats bullshit. E3 is ment for retail business men and the game journalists. And i would like to think that none of them would be persuaded to take a shit ton of stock or be more interested in game x, just because of the models at the booths, and their silly bullet point speeches.
I know i wouldn't. I would much rather hear those sales pitches from the dudes who made the product, and could give me better insight into why their product is the new black.
Someone doesn't actually understand what marketing is.
The Grey was one that really stood out to me. I went in thinking it was about Liam Neeson fucking up wolves in a variety of ways. Instead, I got emotional characters and a story about life and survival. Yet, I still loved every minute of it.