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Double Fine, Media Molecule attending E3-alternative Horizon

Double Fine, Media Molecule, and Capybara Games will appear at the E3-alternative Horizon conference on June 13 in Los Angeles.

Independent developers (Sony owns Media Molecule, but close enough) have had a tremendous influence on video games in the last decade, but E3 still caters mainly to big-budget, traditional projects. Hosted by indie gaming blog Venus Patrol and MOCAtv, the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art's TV channel, Horizon will present a lineup of games and studios "as an alternative to what we’ve come to expect from standard E3 fare."

Attending developers--indie and non-indie alike--will present unreleased and unannounced games live to an audience of press and peers, and via livestream to the world.

Connor has been doing news and feature things for GamesRadar+ since 2012, which is suddenly a long time ago. How on earth did that happen?