In the days and weeks leading up to the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, video game enthusiasts always like to try and predict what big announcements will be made at the massive industry event.
“Microsoft will reveal a new franchise this year.” “Sony’s Vita lineup will rely heavily on indie games in 2015.” “Nintendo is releasing a proper Star Fox game.” (fingers crossed on that last one)
Thousands of you took to Twitter to voice your #E3predictions, and there are some really great ones that have a good chance of being spot-on. However, as I lurked through weeks and weeks of tweets, I saw more than a handful of people posting hilariously sarcastic #E3predictions. So being the diligent Gamezebo bear that I am, I clawed my way through the huge pile of tweets and present to you ten of the best, sarcastic #E3predictions tweets.
#e3predictions a smaller, portabler version of the Wii is announced. It's called "The Wee Wii"
— Super Scary Sophie (@S0phieH) May 29, 2014
Warner Bros. announces Lord of the Rings-themed racing title, "Mordorstorm: Sauron Through Middle-earth." #E3Predictions
— Xav de Matos (@Xav) May 21, 2014
kingdom hearts 3, 4, 5, and 6 released all at once next month. square officials embarassed, thought they were out already #e3predictions
— Snoozy (@snoozenstein) June 5, 2014
#E3predictions: Reggie Fils-Aime comes out, nude, covered in black greasepaint. Claims he has entered the Dark World. Announces new Starfox.
— Rob Simple (@Rob_Simple) June 4, 2014
Despite valiant efforts by devs and publishers, no one will care about sports games. #e3predictions
— Payton Knobeloch (@MaybeNotPayton) June 4, 2014
#e3predictions a bunch of old white men in suits really "get" what I, the gamer, wants. only… on xbox one.
— Patella Pete (@ThePilgrums) June 3, 2014
Peter Molyneux will be there in some capacity talking about who even cares anymore #e3predictions
— Terence Wiggins (@TheBlackNerd) May 29, 2014
Everyone is absolutely content with every announcement made by every company #e3predictions
— TheTitanova (@TheTitanova) June 9, 2014
#e3predictions Nintendo will finally confirm that Shigeru Miyamoto was never real, he was in your heart the whole time.
— Built to Play (@BuilttoPlay) June 8, 2014
#E3predictions Someone will say "This time, we're all about the games" and then proceed to talk about non-gaming things.
— Mitchell Wiewel (@Tricou35) June 4, 2014
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