E3, the Electronic Gaming Expo of the year has been made available to the public for the first time since it’s beginning. This is going to make for an interesting show floor, since it won’t be catering to industry or press only. The gamers will be there and they will be heard.
E3 2017 is June 13-15 this year, while briefings will begin Sunday June 11.
Pricing for the tickets were $149.00 for the first 1,000 people. After that it bumped up to $249. This is a decent price for attendance to this exclusive event.
Many details of the show haven’t been disclosed to us yet. We do know EA will be there, inside and usually outside too. This I find to be one of the best parts of E3.
If you haven’t bought your tickets yet and will be in the LA area, swing over to the E3 website.
June is one of my favorite months sole because E3is in June. I always see things that I will think about for the next few months and possibly years. The atmosphere is very up beat and there is a ton of gaming what can I say?
This year I am hoping to see some mind blowing things from Rockstar. Maybe Red Dead 2? Please. I would like to try out the newestCall of Duty and Battlefield 1.
Now I have also been waiting for The Last Guardian for I don’t know how long. This would be a great game to be able to get my hands on. Heck I’d even be okay with another video. Made from the Ico folks I’m sure it will do well.
How about some new Virtual Reality? Im curious. The only time I’ve encountered in Virtuality was the Interstellar movie before the premier. It felt so real!
What are you looking forward to this year? I am taking requests to check out different things
Wonder Con begins this weekend, March 25-27. It is usually held in Anaheim CA, but has now made the move to the Los Angeles Convention center. I’m not sure how I feel about this move, but I do know that other events that take place here do very well, such as E3 and Comikaze. It’s a much bigger venue than the Anaheim convention center.
So far the ease of buying tickets and even being able to purchase a parking ticket for all three days seems too good to be true. This should be a smooth convention if things go right.
I do know that they will be using a new RFID wrist band to allow people in and out access. I am curious as to how this is going to work and how effective it will really be against sharing and people entering for free with other’s badges. Will this count the number of people inside and maybe give the volunteers some information as to how to control the crowd?
I am very excited to attend Wonder Con this year in LA. I think it will make the convention better in so many ways. First it’s bigger, and more vendors and artists can show off their hard work. Two the location is great, I’ve always liked the LA Live area. There’s plenty of restaurants that aren’t in hotels. And it’s closer to my house.
I’m hoping for organization and a good time. Thats all I want, thats all anyone wants. Make sure you bring your backpack and stay hydrated. You’ll thank me. No-one wants to get out of line due to being thirsty. And if you do decide to buy something, you’ll want to have a bag handy to put your shiny new goods in.
Have fun everyone! I’ll be periodically updating this weekend.