This week’s episode sees us celebrating the history of E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo. We spent the past week hanging out in Los Angeles checking out what’s coming up in the year ahead, so it seemed like a perfect time to take a look back at just how we got to where we are.
From the expo’s inception back in 1995, through the turbulent years of the last decade which saw the event literally split in half before reforming (better, stronger, more full of hype), right up until this month, we cover it all.
New consoles, new technology, the big reveals, the big flops… there’s a bit of everything here for you history buffs, and next week, we’re nice and caught up to the present, with a look at 2016’s show!
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Each week, we take the biggest and most interesting news to hit the pages of Player Attack and wrap it all up into a half-hour show. Player Attack is screened Friday nights on Australian subscription TV channel Aurora and in New Zealand on FaceTV. The following Monday, the video is released online as a handy-dandy Player Attack vidcast.
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