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PB & Jason Issue 44: E3 -- The Good, the Bad, (the Weird), and the Ugly

Find out all of Jason's opinions about E3 2011 in this special edition issue of PB & Jason!

E3 happens just once a year, and our hero, Jason Ross, was on the scene!

Embrace the highlights of this year's show!

Yawn at the less interesting and more dull happenings of E3 2011...!

Feign disbelief at the oddest moment of Jason's adventure through the show's halls!

Wash your ears out in terror as Jason details the most hideous moments of E3. If you don't, you never know what villainy you may hear!



Matt R Senior Editor

06/18/2011 at 08:10 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

"the LA Convention Center is not big enough..."


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