Best Games Quotes of E3
Every week IGN compiles a list of the best quotes in gaming. Obviously, during E3 there’s a lot of people doing a lot of talking. So we decided to just bring you the biggest and best quotes of the week, from the biggest personalities in gaming. Add your favorite quotes in the Comments or send them to this article’s curator Colin Campbell, via Twitter or IGN.
“I feel just like a purple Pikmin”
Reggie-Fils-Aime knows how that feels.
“We’re all a little gay. Admit it.”
Ubisoft conference host Aisha Tyler.
“How many times have you been watching an episode of South Park and thought ‘I’d like to be able to watch this on my television, while hooked into my mobile device, which is being controlled by my tablet device, which is hooked into my oven all while sitting in the refrigerator’?”
South Park co-creator Trey Parker has a little joke at Microsoft’s expense.
Image Credit: Tecca
“I got in enough trouble with News at 11. There is no way I could survive Twitter every second. Don’t ask that.”
Former Dallas Cowboy Michael Irvin at the EA conference, says he won’t be doing social media.
Image Credit: Heavy in the Games
“I love you, man.”
SCEA boss Sony Jack Tretton to his boss, Kaz Hirai.
“We’ve never been first. We’ve never been cheapest. It’s about being the best. If you can build a better machine, and it’s going to come out a little bit later, that’s better than rushing something to market that’s going to run out of gas.”
Tretton again, talking next-gen.
“There are some people that are looking for what’s next. And I love that. Those are the catalysts for our business, those are the people who are going to line up outside the store the night before and get the newest piece of hardware when it comes out.”
Microsoft’s Phil Spencer doesn’t love it enough to show any Xbox 720 at E3.
“God Save The Queen.”
Criterion’s Craig Ferguson offers some unscripted Brit patriotism from the stage the EA conference, on the day the monarc celebrated 60 years on the throne.
Image credit: The British Monarchy
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