There's a saying about the "me" generation that says we're
"absolutely terrified of someone, somewhere, trying to sell them something." I
disagree, but it's hard not to see how frustrated people can get when a company
reduces their passionate involvement to a number on an accounting sheet. To the
dismay of gamers everywhere, the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo - also
known as E3 - has done just this.
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