As a video game journalist site, it's hard to not get hyped up about going to - and covering - E3 2016 in Los Angeles any year you're invited. The E3 Expo is one of the biggest expos in the US where a massive chunk of new game news is released for our consumption, and this year marks our 10th straight attendance.
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I have some ingrained expectations for the
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