Great things happened at and during the 2015 E3 event. Nintendo released information on their future console. Square Enix regained the faith of once-disillusioned fans with their Final Fantasy VII remake. GamerGate held a successful meetup that featured photos with Mercedes Carrera and Jennie Bharaj rather than fire alarms and bomb threats. Anita Sarkeesian and John McIntosh even attended and put in their two cents on gaming booth babes, videogame violence, and US military recruitment via Twitter. Everyone was having a good time.
But on the last day of E3, posters were found glued to traffic posts around the Los Angeles Convention Center, from the Pico exit on the [...]