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Published on 03 Dec 2020 / In Gaming

E3 video game announcements that didn't go according to plan! These mistakes and fails are hilariously brutal!

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THE CRINGIEST MOMENTS IN E3 HISTORY. E3 is a great place for video game giants to showcase their plans for the upcoming year, but sometimes, things don’t go exactly as planned.

This is TheGamer’s list of 10 Biggest E3 Mistakes And Fails Of ALL TIME

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The Electronic Entertainment Expo, commonly known as E3, may be the most important event of the year for the video game industry. It’s a time for the big companies, Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft, to strut their stuff and show us their big plans for the upcoming year. Gamers all around the world get so anxious waiting to learn about what the next year of gaming is shaping up to be. From new consoles to new exclusive releases, there is plenty for gamers to get excited about. It’s also a time for developers to showcase their future releases and get us hyped up to purchase these amazing games. Some gamers even unleash their hardcore side and cosplay for the event. Walking around the Los Angeles Convention Centre to see a Fortnite Love Ranger here and a Super Mario there makes you feel like you’re in a different world. An incredible world, but a different world nonetheless.

E3 has given us some incredible moments that will forever live on through the annals of gaming history. Hearing the roar of the crowd after a grandiose announcement is something special. However, E3 is also known for it’s blunders, mistakes and hilarious fails.

How could we forget Sony’s presentation at E3 2006 where they initially announced the PS3 was going to be 600 dollars! Yeah, that didn’t go over well with gamers. And who can forget E3 2011’s infamous Mr. Caffeine? Without further ado, here are some of the biggest fails in E3 history!


Script by: Justin Pietrodarchi

Voice Over by: Michael Neeb

Edited by: Kyle West

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