We're sure everyone has something they wish came to fruition at E3, but we've collectively come up with 15 items that for one reason or another didn't come together this year.
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As E3 2010 comes to a close, we can't help but scratch our heads at a few things we didn't see that we thought were sure bets. Arguably, the biggest surprise absence from the show has to be Hulu on the Xbox 360. All the signs seemed to point to an E3 unveiling, but nothing regarding the video-streaming service materialized during the expo.
We're sure everyone has something they wish came to fruition at E3, but we've collectively come up with 15 items that for one reason or another didn't come together this year. Click through our slideshow to see our picks and be sure to let us know what you think E3 2010 was missing in the comments section below.