Opening of Day Two

As the doors open at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Day 2 of the E3 gaming conference in Los Angeles, attendees stream into the West Hall and race towards the lines to try out the latest game releases.
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Rock and Roll at E3

At the entrance to the South Hall, fans could rock out in the lobby before even setting foot inside.
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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2009

Gamers swing with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2009 at the Electronic Arts booth in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center.
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NCAA Football 10

EA also shows off its NCAA Football 10 game.
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EA at E3

Electronic Arts booth also features upcoming games like Brutal Legend and Madden 10.
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Tony Hawk: Ride

Activision's newest addition to the Tony Hawk Franchise, Tony Hawk: Ride, includes a controller board with motion detection.
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The Beatles: Rock Band

It's Beatlemania in the South Hall, where multiple stages and even a recording studio are set up. Attendees try their best to play like John, Paul, George and Ringo in The Beatles: Rock Band game.
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Sony Online Entertainment

Gaming the gamers at the Sony Online Entertainment booth.
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Gamespot

Gamespot's live show is front and center, just inside the main door to the West Hall at E3.
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Square Enix

Watching trailers for the latest from Square Enix, including updates to the Final Fantasy series.
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Microsoft

Microsoft's E3 booth.
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Batman: Arkham Asylum

Expo-goers play Batman: Arkham Asylum at the Warner Brothers booth.
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Overlord 2

Gamers try their hand at Overlord 2.
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Gamespot E3 party

On Wednesday night of the Gamespot hosted a courtyard afterparty where guests mingled with stars of CBS' "NCIS."
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