In years past, all the biggest gaming news, exclusive reveals and world firsts happened in one place: the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, in Los Angeles. First held in 1995 and typically held in June, E3 is a multiday event in which game companies from around the globe gather to show off their latest titles to the press and fans. But this year, once again, E3 was canceled.
Others rushed in to fill the void, and now, the in-person Tokyo Game Show (TGS) this September is more important than ever.
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