Cant Bethesda have its super hardcore fan?I mean, if that happened at Sony conference(or happens), I bet most people here would think its legit, just because its Sony.
I just cant see the benefit of having one single crazy employee screaming on the crowd would make for a good strategy to hype more the games.
If that happens at Sony's conference I'll call bullshit there, too. It was obvious, man. No fanboy/girl is going to scream about every little announcement related to every little game or dlc from every last speaker, let alone several fanboys. I dunno if you were listening with headphones or not, but there was clearly at least one other guy in the same part of the audience shilling the conference just as much as the loud girl, gasping and oohing and ahing at the most trivial shit. It's no different from the stuff MS did at some of their conferences back in 2013, just more annoying in this case. No one gets equally excited about mobile ports and new AAA games.
The guy that screamed once in a while "Hell Yeah!" or something like this right?I did hear him, though he did this only once or twice if Im not mistaken.
The problem is, not everyone is like me or you.There are people that do get excited over this.For example:Imagine if Rockstar came to the conference, be it Sony or Microsoft or whatnot, and announced Red Dead 2 or GTA 6.People would get really excited for it.I wouldnt, simply because I dont like Rockstar games in general(yeah Im weird lol).The same can be said for this conference.While the chance is low, there are people who like their games to be expanded or are just too excited about everything a company produces for their own good.It happens.
Now, dont get me wrong with this.I do also believe there is also a possibility that the girl(and guy) was just either faking it or they were paid to be the ultra-super fanboys of the show, but dismissing the possibility, even if it is low, that they were legit, it is just as silly.