I’m almost 100% certain that the management at TRR would like to stay out of politics, and I certainly agree with that. Only on a rare occasion should we as a news and entertainment outlet should make an opinion. I want to draw a line here, what I’m about to write represents my performance as TRR’s Gaming Editor.
I’m more sure that readers of TRR are aware of the PROTECT IP (PIPA) and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), two bills that are making their way through the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives, respectively. TRR is not in the business of commenting on these bills (hint: they will be bad for TRR, by the way).
Instead, I want to talk about the Electronics Entertainment Expo, or E3 as it is called in the industry. E3 is run by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA). I hope you are still with me, I realize the logic pattern is (legislation)>(law)>(effect)>(ESA)>(E3)>(TRR). Read the rest of this entry »