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E3 Exhibitors Revealed, PSX Extreme Gets Invite

PSX Extreme is going to E3. We were fortunate enough to receive an invitation to this year's all new E3 Business and Media Summit in Santa Monica, and I'll be attending on behalf of the site. Good ol' Benny said he'll remain back east and ensure coverage of breaking news, as well as screenshots, while I report on my experiences from the floor. As you guys may know, this year's revised E3 is going to be an exclusive and intimate experience, as only 2000 members of the press are expected to show up. In total about 4000 people are expected to be present, which is a stark difference in comparison to the 60-70,000 that showed up in 2005 and 2006.

We've received word that 30 exhibitors will be present at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. 30 may not sound like a lot, because it isn't. Previously, practically every known publisher had a booth when E3 was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, but such is not the case anymore. The companies present will be:

1C Company
Activision
Akella
Atari
Atlus
Buena Vista/Disney Interactive
Capcom
Codemasters
Crave Entertainment
Eidos
Electronic Arts
Konami
LucasArts
Majesco
Microsoft
Midway
Namco-Bandai
NCsoft
Nintendo
Sega
Sony
Sony Online Entertainment
Square-Enix
Take-Two Interactive/Rockstar
THQ
Ubisoft
Vivendi Games
Warner Bros.

4/23/2007 Arnold Katayev

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