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E3's been hit with some pretty big setbacks in recent years, the worst of which being the indefinite cancellation of E3 2020, but back in the 90s (and I think the 2000s) E3 was a huge gathering of developers and gamers alike.

We'd get to see fun and awesome booths for then upcoming games, extravagant announcements on stage, and most of all the public was actually excited for what they saw.

I don't know what all the other factors were in E3's decline, other than maybe the advent of online video presentations, but what are ways that E3 can be revived? Would it need new types of displays for games and hardware? Make the conference more open to bigger crowds? Or new ways to connect with visitors?

I'm all ears, so tell me what you think can be done to revive E3?