Max Paolucci (thankfully) took some video of the Joystiq E3 meetup, both as evidence it actually happened (that whole week was a blur) and as a kindness to those unable to physically attend. It suffices to say that we love Max dearly.

We'd also like to thank all of the developers who came out to make sure our meetup was the best it could possibly be, including Chris Hecker (SpyParty), Brian Provinciano (Retro City Rampage), Andy Schatz (Monaco), James Silva (Z0MB1ES), John Drake (Dance Central 2), Daniel Da Rocha (Q.U.B.E.) and Matt Gilgenbach (Retro/Grade). Thank you to those guys and any of their colleagues and/or friends who helped them work their stations and just generarlly rock the hell out of our meetup.

Update: Added a gallery of our own photos from the event!

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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