Gamespress launches E3 mini-site

The kind folks at Gamespress have supplied journalists travelling to E3 next week with a dedicated assets site at

Media can register at the site to download press releases, screenshots, videos, trailers and product details on the year’s hottest PC/console titles as soon as the show begins.

Video game publishers or other E3 exhibitors can make use of the site free-of-charge by emailing their E3 press kits to or by uploading materials to the Games Press ftp (contact Jonathan Davies at

" continues to remain the most popular resource for journalists on tight schedules and even tighter deadlines to effortlessly access game information and assets remotely or straight from the show floor," said Scott Steinberg, publisher of Games Press USA.

"For the third year running, we’re proud to offer publishers a resource that lets them instantly put vital information into the hands of both mainstream and enthusiast media."

Journalists and industry pros can access the site free-of-charge once they’ve registered and received a login.

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