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E3 Floorplans Now Available

by Mike Sklens - April 12, 2005, 1:25 pm PDT
Total comments: 8 Source: E3Expo.com

Want to imagine you're at E3? Take a look at the floorplans.

The E3 Expo website recently updated their floor-plan page. The page previously had a general overview of the convention center. However, now that E3 is only one month away, the final floor-plans are available. They're appropriately posted on the E3 Floor-plan Page. Nintendo has once again taken up residence in the West Hall along with Sony. South Hall remains the home of Microsoft and most the major third party publishers. A few third parties are scattered about the convention center's concourse and Petree halls. Finally, there's Kentia Hall, where tons of small publishers stake their claims.


kennyb27April 12, 2005

You know E3 is close when...

Bill AurionApril 12, 2005

FINALLY! But now I don't care that much anymore...

RABicleApril 13, 2005

Why does the German Government have floorspace?

Hostile CreationApril 13, 2005

Apparently for trade reasons, building stronger bonds between American and German countries. I'm not sure exactly what they intend to accomplish, but it could very well be a good thing for people like KDR.

KDR_11kApril 13, 2005

Probably sponsored space for local developers.

I don't know about the rest of you Canucks, but I'm curious to see what the "Canada Pavilion" is all about. Maybe it's a mini hockey rink? Or maybe they'll serve Molson Canadian, back bacon and poutine. Mmmmmmm...poutine.


RABicleApril 13, 2005

Well I was thinkign that things like the Canadian Pavilion, British Game Village and other such named zones would be showing off country specific titles.

But with Germany is says "Germany, Federal Republic of"

KDR_11kApril 13, 2005

German politicians aren't known for theirimagination when things don't involve taxing other things.

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