The crowds gather

Sony closed up the end of the big three's (Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony) E3 media briefings at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo hall in downtown Los Angeles.
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Fancy cars

For very little reason whatsoever, a gull-wing door Mercedes was parked outside.
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Jack Tretton

Jack Tretton, Sony's president and CEO, kicks off the event.
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Sorcery demo

Upcoming PlayStation Move-enabled title Sorcery is demoed on stage.
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Move-enabled Tiger Woods

A Move-enabled version of Tiger Woods 2011 is demoed.
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Kevin Butler

Sony's fictional "Vice President" Kevin Butler from the humorous TV commercials struts onto the stage.
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Move pricing announced

The long-awaited price of the Move was unveiled. On its own it will be $49.99.
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Sony's new mouthpiece

Child actor Bobb'e J. Thompson is one of Sony's new spokespeople.
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Sony's E3 booth on PlayStation Home

This is the first year that Sony is offering its E3 booth to PlayStation Home users.
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LittleBigPlanet 2

Media Molecule's Alex Evans comes on stage to talk about new features in the company's LittleBigPlanet 2 game.
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LittleBigPlanet2 gameplay

Players come on stage to give LittleBigPlanet 2 a spin.
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LittleBigPlanet2 gameplay

LittleBigPlanet 2 is played.
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Medal of Honor developer

Medal of Honor's executive producer, Greg Goodrich, comes on stage to talk about how the PS3 is getting exclusive downloadable content, including beards.
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Valve's Gabe Newell

Valve's Gabe Newell comes on stage to announce that Portal 2 will be headed to the PS3 next year.
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Twisted Metal for PS3 announced

One of the longest running PlayStation series "Twisted Metal" is getting a new title for PS3 due next year.
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Twisted Metal's Sweet Tooth

Twisted Metal's Sweet Tooth came onto the stage in a candy van, complete with weapons attached to the front and a creepy knife made out of saw blades.
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Twisted Metal in action

Gameplay footage of the new Twisted Metal was shown off live.
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