11 Funniest Tweets from E3 2015

Folks who livetweeted E3 2015 said what we were all thinking. Here are 11 of the best tweets from this year's E3.

E3 conferences have been livestreamed for a few years now, providing gamers the opportunity to watch the industry's biggest event along with the press. As a result, social media outlets - Twitter in particular - are hit with passionate conversations about new developments as they happen.

But it certainly isn't a wellspring of seriousness, with many Twitter users pointing and laughing at the elephants in the room. Here for your reading pleasure are the 11 funniest tweets from E3 2015.

1. Chris Kohler tells us what the devs think about Super Mario Maker

2. Rami Ismail is brutally honest about how he'll play the new Deux Ex

3. John Ricciardi discusses the subtext of the Nier 2 announcement

4. Rami Ismail lampoons Square Enix

5. Hideki Kamiya has some kind words for his fans

6. Rami Ismail lampoons Square Enix again

7. Ben Cousins reveals the contents of his designated event pants

8. Rami Ismail with some real talk regarding Star Ocean

9. Jason Schreier gives us an accurate Kingdom Hearts 3 timeline

10. CEO Kaz Hirai on the real purpose of Super Mario Maker

11. Aevee Bee asks the most important question


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Published Jun. 18th 2015
  • David Fisher
    Featured Columnist
    I'd love to have some context behind the Kamiya post. I mean... didn't he leave Starfox? Or is he working on it again? Idiots + I love you? I'm so confused...

    I don't know why everyone is so supportive of Sony this E3. All it seems to be - for me at least - is a bunch of vaporware and old games getting a shiny coat of paint. What's actually new from either Xbox or Playstation this year? I must have missed something...
  • K.W. Colyard
    I don't think he was ever on Starfox? It was my understanding that Kamiya fans bombarded Nintendo with requests to put Kamiya on the project, after he expressed interest in working on the game. Nintendo declined, but the fans continued to ask.

    And I think we all got played re: Sony and Microsoft, but I don't think it's much different than any other announcement. Let's not forget all those broken console promises, haha.

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