We’re less than two weeks from the start of E3 2015, yet the time can feel like it is slowing to a crawl waiting for the event. While the wait for the games that are announced at the show will be inevitably worse,
Daily Reaction has come up with some tips on how to spend the next 10 days leading up to the conference so that you don’t stare at the clock, unless you consider that one of the tips entails staring at clock. In that case, you’ll be staring at the clock.
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How to Spend the 10 Days Leading up to E3 2015
Time not moving fast enough? Well the Daily Reaction crew is here with our tips on how to spend the next 10 days until E3 2105. Enjoy!
Thursday, June 4th
Chandler: Watch the again. Hold mixed feelings about the visuals. Speculate on if the game will be good or bad based solely on the Fallout 4 trailer extremely limited information we know, and reminisce about the good old days of Fallout. Attack anyone on the internet who liked New Vegas more than Fallout 3. Harbor a deep love/hate relationship for just because you can’t fully hate the half-tuck. Nathan Drake Collection,
Friday, June 5th
Dan: With your anger still smoldering over the Fallout 4 visuals, you can take out your aggression online with this week’s on Trials of Osiris challenge . So, make sure to gather a group of your best buds, turn on every download you can find to make that ping nice and red, and go get ‘em tiger. Remember, if they can hit you, you aren’t downloading enough E.D.M. You angsty teen, you. Destiny
PS. Don’t forget your
Rockstar Red Bull energy drinks.
Saturday, June 6th
Chandler: If you missed The Industry comic on Friday June 4th, go back and check that out. I’m sure it will have been hilarious in its own special way. In fact, why not take a look at all of them and then catch up on some of the past Daily Reactions while you’re at it? It’s Saturday, so you should probably play some today while thinking about all that yard and housework that you should be doing instead. It’s ok. It can wait. Witcher 3
Sunday, June 7th
Dan: With only 48 hours to go till takes over your life, it is best to make sure you do finish up playing everything else. Haven’t gotten to the The Elder Scrolls Online Lighthouse in Well, at this point it is too late, you aren’t going back and you know it. Haven’t beaten Destiny? The Witcher 3 yet? Well, no one has, there’s just too much to do. So, now is the time to start working on that cough so you can call in to work tomorrow, because you, the couch, and that family pack of Red Bull from Costco will have to get it done.
Monday, June 8th
Chandler: With The Elder Scrolls Online mere hours away, you can try to play other games, but you know you’ll be compulsively checking the countdown timer until the game unlocks on Monday at 9 PM PST and you can finally dive into Tamriel with your friends. Instead of wasting your time trying to figure out what to play in the meantime, maybe you can hop online and plan out your character loadout. Your TESO race and faction may be the most important life choice you ever have to make.
Tuesday, June 9th
Dan: With ESO officially out, why are you reading this. Go play it. See you just before the atrophy kicks in.
Wednesday, June 10th
Chandler: Two major life choices in one week? Well, listening to the Bad Gamer’s podcast isn’t so much a choice as it is a simple necessity. Be sure to compulsively check the internet for new announcements, leaks, rumors, or Illuminati conspiracies to ensure that you’re the first one to know about Nathan Drake’s new 1080p moles. Sully calls it his “beauty mark.”
Thursday, June 11th
Dan: With only a few days to go before the first of E3’s press conferences kick off, someone somewhere will have leaked something or posted a rumor about some highly anticipated game making an appearance at the show. So, either you are pissed off that we are seeing yet another [insert name], or [insert name] just looks terrible. Maybe we are finally getting The Last Guardian, but we aren’t, because by now Bird-Cat has died of old age, and so has the last guardian himself. Either way, the internet has probably fueled your rage batteries so that you can ready your keyboard for the wars ahead.
Friday, June 12th
Chandler: Last day of the work week before E3. You ought to be following up on those reports, or filing some kind of form with someone in corporate, but you can’t keep your eyes off the clock. Why? E3 conferences aren’t until Sunday at the earliest, and it’s not like you’re actually going to DO anything when you get home. Try to forget about E3. It will make it go faster. Seriously. Forget about E3 2015 for right now. Don’t think about E3. You still have many hours to wait until E3, so Friday is all about not thinking about E3 and doing something non-E3 related. E3.
Saturday, June 13th
Dan: Forgotten about E3? Good. Well, now its time to remember. Make sure everyone else knows that you are going dark over the next week. By now you should already be prepared. Bottled water? Check. Canned food? Check. Answering machine letting people know you aren’t dead, but to come check on you after the week lets out, and to burn your hard-drive if you don’t make it out? Check.
Now it is time for E3 2015.