Poll: Who Will Have the Biggest Gaffe During Its E3 Presentation?

The Electronics Entertainment Expo is next week and kicking it off is a round of press conferences where the biggest publishers will try and dazzle you with game announcements and spectacle in an attempt to win your dollars.

Of course, these presentations rarely go off without a hitch.  Everything from technical failures such as Nintendo's Skyward Sword demo from 2011 or EA's Battlefield 4 false start last year to horrible hosts such as "Mr. Caffeine" from Ubisoft's 2011 presser and Jamie Kennedy who MC'd Activision's show in 2007.

While it's doubtful anything will ever top the cringe-inducing embarrassment that was Konami's E3 2010 press conference, major publishers will continue to find new and interesting ways to humiliate themselves in front of a large audience at what is arguably the most important and highest profile gaming event of the year.

So, who do you think will have the biggest, most embarrassing gaffe during its E3 presentation next week?  Vote in the poll and let us know!  EZK and I will reveal the poll results on next week's podcast.

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-Reporting from San Diego, GamePolitics Contributing Editor Andrew Eisen

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    MaskedPixelante says:

    It's going to be hard to top last year's "just lie back and let it happen, it'll be over soon", but I'm sure Ubisoft could pull it off.

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    Wymorence says:

    Part of me thinks MS has a darn good chance of it, what with their near incessant flip-flopping on things with the XBone, but then I remember Ubisoft's very recent 'oops' with Watch Dogs and the uplay service…

    It's kind of sad to see so many companies that could very well shoot themselves in the foot in what's basically an extended press conference.

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    sqlrob says:

    Hard choice. With MS and its track record vs EA and its penchant of saying just the wrong thing over the course of a year it's really hard to choose.


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