A shot of the lowly PS2 floor from the PS3 balcony.
Another shot, this time including a distressed warrior-king.
Back to the PS3. Ah, Sonic. Sonic, Sonic, Sonic..... Sonic. Right... yeah, Sonic. Anyway, there was a final PS3
game called Genji, I think, but it looked boring and my picture is really blurry.
It was now past 4pm, with the show closing at 6pm. I had made 2 of my 15 stops, and I wasn't going to be back tomorrow.
It was time for Ikari mode.
Tecmo repeated their brilliant display from the previous year, as seen here. I take that back, last year they had a few games,
such as Trapt, in unplayable form on screens. This year they didn't even have that. Just some ropes, a jet ski and a sign about
a beach getaway or some such thing. Perhaps they were to busy perfecting their UDE (Unfair Death Engine) for the next
Ninja Gaiden title.
Ah, Bethesda! They must at least have Oblivion on the floor. No... they have... nothing playable. So let's see, they've
taken away the booth babes, now they are taking away the games. Soon E3 will consist of lines and yummy non-FDA approved