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Join Date: Jun 2009
5 Things You Can Learn About Open Gaming at E3 in Just 5,000 Square Feet
Games you can't resell or share with your friends. Devices that don't work with the games you've already purchased. Closed ecosystems that don't work with the content services you enjoy on your tablet, smartphone, or TV without tacking on additional fees. There's a lot of grumbling about where gaming is going.
But here's the good news: PC gaming ' the most powerful, open gaming ecosystem around ' is thriving. And a new generation of mobile devices and cloud services are putting more powerful experiences into a ridiculous variety of portable devices.
We're going to be at E3 this week in Los Angeles. And we plan to do more than just talk about where open gaming is headed. We plan to show you. Here's five things you can learn about the future of gaming by spending a little time with us in the 5,000 square-foot black and green temple of triangles we've erecting on the show floor.
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