Discussionist: An E3 to remember

The Electronic Entertainment Expo is often a source of shock and awe. For some, it could be the revelation of unexpected hardware, the migration of a once platform exclusive title or the underwhelming showing of a particular game or developer.

For others, however, it may simply be the resurrection of a once-dormant franchise or the continuation of a seminal series.

With the impending advent of E3 2011, we ask a simple question: what is your most memorable E3 moment?

Of course, feel free to discuss fears, expectations or, perhaps, personal accounts from attending the show itself.

Let us know below, folks.

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