Electronic Arts took a shot at Activision and Vivendi’s decision to drop out of the association and future E3 shows.
Jeff Brown, EA vice president of corporate communications revealed to GamesIndustry.biz that both Activision and Vivendi’s departure from
+1 on that, Once EA stops destroying successfull franchizes (C&C) and stops releasing unpolished hyped up games (Crysis), then they can attempt to criticise leadership of other better developers like Blizzard and Activision, both of whom have an excelent reputation with releasing high calibor quality games. After all, its not like Activision or Blizzard needs to advertise their next batch of games, any fan would already be watching them closely, especially in the WoW crowd. Shelling out the cash for E3 would be redundant and unnecessary for these companies. Long past are the days that I would look forward to E3, I believe the joy of E3 left when I made the jump from Consoles to PC gaming.