TSA E3 Bingo 2016

It’s the day that you’ve all some of you have been waiting for, as we open up the doors to our bingo hall and invite you to take part in the 8th annual TSA E3 Bingo! Is Mystic Meg your aunt? Do you wake up in the middle of the night with horrifying premonitions of the day to come? This is your chance to try and predict what’s going to happen during E3 this year.

Whether you’re a Bingo veteran or this is your first time, I’ll quickly recap the aim of the game. Below, you will find a set of 12 drop menus that contain things which may or may not appear or occur during the conferences for you to choose from. The bracketed number alongside signifies the number of points each item is worth, with the more likely options having fewer points, and the less likely and more unusual options rewarding you with more points. The person with the most points is the winner, and gets to feel terribly smug for a few days.

You have until the curtain lifts on the EA Play press conference on Sunday evening to get your entries in, so there’s not a huge amount of time, but given all of the leaks that we’ve seen earlier this week, we wanted to give you all as level a playing field as possible. That said, we’ll be have a few rumour round ups and predictions over the next couple of days, in the run up to all of the official announcements, so you might like to wait until then before deciding to play it safe or go all out with barmy predictions.

If you want to take a look at the full list in all it’s glory, you can head over to the second page. We’ve tried to cover a huge array of stuff, but don’t be surprised if we’ve missed something, or if our supposedly outlandish predictions actually, somehow, manage to come true.

The Rules

Simply pick 12 unique options from the list below and submit the form. You can only enter once, so make sure you’re happy with your choices and try not to pick duplicates, as they won’t count. Make sure you get your entry in by 08:59PM BST on Sunday 12th June, just before the EA Play conference, otherwise it won’t count. Where it’s debatable if an option came true or not, our decision is final.

Once all the conferences and E3 have wrapped up, we’ll aim to get the results to you as soon as we can, but please be aware that counting them all up can take a little while.

All that’s left to say is good luck, and enjoy E3!


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23 Comments

  1. Went for more than a few wild ones. Nice to see some bonkers high scoring options there, spices things up a bit, with a laugh if one of them is true.

    • I already miss having The Last Guardian as a joke entry… :(

  2. Those choices… I think/hope.

  3. Smashing stuff, i always enjoy TSA Bingo! I’ll peruse and choose later when i get home from work. Best of luck everyone.

  4. Love a bit of TSA bingo, but reading through those options reminded me just how boring this years E3 is gonna be. It also reminded me of the existence of Aisha Tyler **judders**

  5. I picked at least one from every category, but there weren’t any good ones for Nintendo.

    So I went with the “new game not featuring existing Nintendo properties”, and since it wasn’t specified I’m counting third-party titles as well. :-P

  6. Well that’s a horrible way to pick your 12 selections from 12 massive lists of options. Plus I couldn’t decide what to pick.

    So I was going to print out the list on page 2, cut each option out, and throw them at the dog. But then I realised that the only way to find which options he picked would be to piece together the remaining bits and see which he’d decided to eat.

    So that plan was a bit rubbish.

    In the end, I just sort of randomly picked a mix of plausible options and things I’d like to see.

  7. Out of the ridiculous 99 points options, the “Nintendo lied and the NX is revealed [99]” is a best bet than a “A new Mario game is announced [1]” or “Legend of Zelda gets a specific release date [9]”, as both would target the NX anyway :).

    • Mario comes in many shapes and sizes, some of them more mobile renditions of the portly plumber than others.

  8. I always do crap on this as I like to pick the ones that I want to happen.

    • Last year i found a happy medium between what i wanted to happen, and what gave the most points, whilst also carefully avoiding the ludicrously weighted improbabilities and most of the low-scoring inevitabilities.
      Managed joint third in the results.. What a fluke! :)

      • Your tactic sounds far too logical for my liking!

  9. Uncharted 5 by ND exclusive to the PS Vita – 500 points

  10. Releasing a game on schedule – 1000 points

    • LOL, yeah that and releasing a game without a patch for 2000 points. Oh and Sony suddenly turning around and supporting Vita, 5,000,000 points.

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