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IDG: E for All is not coming back in 2009

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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E for All attendance drops in second year

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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Joystiq at E for All, the highlights and lowlights

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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Nintendo says 'No E for us'

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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E for All exhibitor list is quite small ... and here it is in chart form!

Our pals at Big Download hit the phones, tracked down PR people and figured out which companies, exactly, are going to this year's E for All Expo ... and the answers ain't pretty. In fact, the only two major exhibitors will be Microsoft and Electronic Arts! THQ and Konami – familiar faces fr...

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EA attending E for All again, ticket prices revealed

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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