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The E3 2018 Dumbstructoid Awards

The E3 2018 Dumbstructoid Awards screenshot

Right now, I’m overcome with an immense feeling of joy. I’m happy, content even, because after seven, long days of running around the crowded hallways of the Los Angeles Convention Center and sleeping in an apartment so cold Ice Man would ask that we turn up the heat a little bit, I don’t have to go to E3 anymore. Seriously, I am so glad E3 is a thing of the past. I don’t know if it’s because I was there in person this year, because the lead-up to the show seemed like it was four months long, or because a PR guy with 505 Games put up some information about Bloodstained that got a bunch of people mad at me, but I’m happy to be done with it and moving on to more interesting things.

I can’t be too upset about the past week. Afterall, I got to play Resident Evil 2 and that kick-ass Starlink game. This year may not have been the blow-out 2017’s show was, but there was still so much to love about it. I can’t wait to see what “Best of E3” posts we have coming our way.

This post is not about the best though. Like last year, I thought we should take a moment while E3 is still fresh in our minds to celebrate the aspects of the show that probably won’t get their recognition. I call it the Dumbstructoid Awards, and this year, there was plenty of shit to “honor.” I asked our staff to keep a close watch on the festivities and create their own awards for the sophomore year of the Dumbstructoids, and here’s what they came up with.

Source: The E3 2018 Dumbstructoid Awards

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