It seems that the ESA (Electronic Software Association) just can’t make up their minds. First they pulled the plug on the large scale Electronic Entertainment Expo in favor of the E3 Business Summit to be held this July in Santa Monica, but now citing a lack of positive response from the major game publishers, the trade association for the video game industry has announced that for 2008 the event will return to the regular venue at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The ESA will announce this week whether the E3 Business Summit can be moved back to the LACC for the July event, or whether 2007 will the year without an E3.
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