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I played 59 video games, demos and prototypes at this year's E3, a mere 16 of them on the expo's third and final day. Mirror's Edge: Catalyst or Just Cause 3 would have made it an even 60, but EA took close to 90 minutes of my two-hour booth tour to get me through Star Wars Battlefront, leaving no time for Mirror's Edge, and Just Cause 3 cancelled its playable demos at the Square Enix booth on the show floor the night before E3 began.


At its worst, E3 is like a restaurant where the chef makes you watch a video of the meal he intends to make and then asks you to come back next year when it's ready. Sometimes, if you're lucky, the chef will prepare a sample of the food and then let you watch him eat it, so you can observe how delicious it is.