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This year’s E3 will be open for everyone, not just journalists; any gamer can pay the ticket and go check the games and conferences, and the gaming media is not happy about it at all. It’s understandable; the relevance of gaming media has been on great decline in the recent years and they may just dissapear. People has been fed up with their lack of ethics, their lies, their injection of politics into their reviews, their constant attacks on gamers and their corruption. And at the same time, a lot of alternative ways of checking the games have been born. From hundreds of gaming youtubers, to how easy is to pick a demo or an early access or a beta, to the tons of gaming events that show those games publicy. And now the possibility of checking the recently announced games on the E3 itself, makes gaming media even more unnecesary and irrelevant.

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