E3, by the standards of the internet, is now old news - it's been more than a week since it finished, after all. That said it's interesting to assess its overall impact this year, especially as some publishers scaled back their involvement - the suggestion has been that the LA-based show is losing some of its influence.
While that may be true, it's clear that E3 still carries a lot of weight. Fancensus, a data analytics company, has produced a snappy video to highlight some key facts and figures. It reinforces the fact that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild grabbed a lot of attention, gives Nintendo of America's YouTube team some good news, and also shows how rival brands and announcements also had a lot of joy on social media.
Oh, and over 530 games apparently earned coverage out of the show, which seems like a lot...
With thanks to Ryan Janes for the heads up.