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E3 2011: Electronic Art’s from Orpheum

Written on June 07, 2011 by Lulu

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A press conference was held at the Orpheum theater for the release of Electronic Art's newest game offering.

Electronic Art’s E3 an event from EA at the Orpheum Theater to release their newest games that will be out in the shelves.

The conference was started by a video clip from the game Mass Effect 3 showing massive comets streaming toward the earth. Casey Hudson, the executive producer of ME3 step up on the stage. Then they demonstrate the games using video clips video clips of its gameplay.

After the demonstration of ME3, John Riccitiello,the CEO of Electronic Arts (EA)jumps on the stage and said “At EA we do it a little different. we don’t invite random celebrities to our press events for guest appearance. We demo our games.”

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