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  • Benjamin Fennell
  • January 17, 2008 05:49:01 PM
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Musings of an aspiring author, ranging from political and pop cultural ramblings to absurdist humor and heartfelt thoughts and commentary on the world around us - life, love, and what it is to be human, in all its trappings.

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There's an electricity in the air.Yes, once again, it's time for the Electronics Entertainment Expo, otherwise known as E3, the big annual video game industry trade show in Los Angeles which we always hear is becoming more irrelevant. And granted, we seem to be seeing less games there every year - what with the ever-increasing industry woes I've chronicled my thoughts on here for years - but still, everyone goes and makes it out to be a big deal. There's always awkward technical glitches and...


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More important than things that actually matter.So, I wrote earlier this week about how increasingly apparent it had become that Sony and Microsoft have no business being in the video game industry in the first place. They both went on to hold their respective E3 press conferences and ultimately only reinforced my statements, entirely as I expected. Even their intended 'big surprises' were the result of exceedingly poor planning and an utter lack of understanding of this industry, their place...


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