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Posted: Jun 4th 2009 10:02AM (Unverified) said

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I have reached E3 saturation point. All things they are talking about now look the same to me…

Great coverage this year, not just by Mass but every gaming press site… too great though…

It’s like the bloody expenses scandal (UKer here). Very nice but now my ears hurt from hearing about it and my eyes are bleeding from reading about it. Suddenly all I’m bothered about is what’s out next week rather than all this exciting looking games which are coming in xx months.

Not Mass’ issue, of course. But I think E3 has had it’s day. I prefer a nice drip feed of information so I can get excited about each upcoming game one at a time… not all at once. It’s like trying to force a melon into my brain through my ear.

Posted: Jun 4th 2009 10:48PM (Unverified) said

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Global Agenda looks as it is defining the MMOFPS genre, forcing players to work together and creating constant objectives for all players to pursue. The futuristic style is believable, and not too far fetched, leaving tasteful and enjoyable environment to become part of. Hopefully, when it reaches its release, Global Agenda will leave an impression on the gaming world. GAMC!

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