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

June 11, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

Last week we asked our readers, Who Will Have the Biggest Gaffe During Its E3 Presentation? A slight majority of those who voted believed that Microsoft would have the most mistakes during its Xbox E3 press event that took place on Monday.

Around 30 percent said Microsoft would screw up during its live E3 press event, while 25 percent figured that EA would screw something up, and 23 percent predicted that Ubisoft would make themselves look foolish in front of the entire gaming universe. Around 17 percent beloved Nintendo would eff something up during its pre-recorded Nintendo Direct event, and six percent thought Sony would end up with egg on its face.

Thanks to everyone who voted in last week's poll. A new one is already up and waiting for your vote!

For a more in-depth discussion on last week's poll check out the latest episode of Super Podcast Action Committee.

Surprisingly there were very few - if any - mess-ups during the six major press events earlier in the week.

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Re: Poll Results: Who Will Have the Biggest Gaffe During Its ...

Nin telling gamers what fun is, if that was part of E3....


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Re: Poll Results: Who Will Have the Biggest Gaffe During Its ...

This one was tough. There really weren't any real gaffe's in this year's show. The closest thing that I could reach was the forced swearing at the beginning of Ubisoft's show. That really came out as awkward. 

Re: Poll Results: Who Will Have the Biggest Gaffe During Its ...

I think LA Times is the winner.

Re: Poll Results: Who Will Have the Biggest Gaffe During Its ...

Sounds like I was right to guess Ubi.

 
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