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E3 2011 Banner Breakdown

After seeing a bunch of the banners at the show, Jason lends his commentary for each one.

Now that Jason has arrived in LA and has had the opportunity to stop by the convention center, he lends some commentary on all of the banners. He splits his thoughts between each of the publishers represented and offers some ideas of what everyone can expect from each. Some of his expectations are driven by last year's showings, while others are based on his best intuition. His introduction to the article is available below, so check that out and click through to each page for the rest! Also, be sure to check out all of the banners here!

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Jason Ross Senior Editor

06/04/2011 at 11:36 PM

Turns out the crazy banner I thought was exciting is actually from Saints Row. Whoops.

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