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Although we've seen it reported that E for All is dead and buried, the quote being used appears to be a rehash of the same cryptic response Big Download reported two days ago. So, we contacted event organizer IDG for a definitive answer and were told, "Unfortunately, E for All will not be occurrin...

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October 24, 2008 at 3:15PM
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Despite IDG World Expo's press release touting a "second successful year," attendance at this year's E for All Expo was down. Official attendance numbers were reported to be 15,000, that's down from last year's inaugural event, which saw 18,000 attendees. The E for All attendance numbers aren't ex...

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We wandered the booths of E for All in Los Angeles over the weekend, taking in what the show had to offer. It all inexplicably began with a rousing tune played by a troupe of bagpipers. What? We weren't sure what the tie-in there was either, unless there's a Bagpipe Hero in the works. You heard it...

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You know, our characters take a lot of punishment on a day to day basis. We may get roasted in hellfire, sliced nearly in two, buried alive, or disemboweled in the course of a regular game day. Yet through it all, our characters just keep coming back for more. Haven't you sort of wondered how our c...

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Last year, Nintendo was a major exhibitor at the fledgling E for All Expo. If you were headed to this year's show (which takes place October 3-5) for a look at, say, Wii Music or Animal Crossing or a surprise announcement of Fatal Frame IV or something, don't bother, because Nintendo won't be there....

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The E for All Expo website has relaunched to reveal EA will attend the show for a second year. Ticket prices are a little easier to swallow than last year, with an early bird special to the three-day event costing $45 for ages 14+ and $25 for kids 6-13 with registration by July 15. After that, tic...

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