ESA Surveying Attendees for E3 Feedback

In the wake of this month’s poorly-regarded E3, the ESA is using e-mail to survey attendees concerning the show.

While the 20-question survey is a rather brief and not especially probing, it’s good to see the ESA, which has operated the show since it began in the mid-90’s, beginning to do damage control.

On the other hand, most, if not all, of E3 08’s problems have already been well-documented by the gaming press.

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    shady8x says:

    "bear in mind, any answers you give, can and will be used against you the next time we feel like smearing your name"

    "P.S. Be as detailed as possible and say things we can misqoute"


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    Haggard says:

    "Dear Dennis, I know you didn’t like our show, and we said some really mean things about you, but please answer for the following questions.."

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    shady8x says:

    Well they know it was terrible so if they are gonna keep this horrible thing alive without doing anything than they need to make it look like they are adressing the problems…

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    Oz says:

    I think the ESA pretty much knows they had it right the first time and any post E306 changes were all contributing factors to E3’s downfall, they just dont want to admit it because they want to save money.

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    Ares Draxus says:

    If the ESA wants a better E3 they need to pull a Comic Con styled event, catering not only the industry, the news media, but also the fanbase.

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