Nintendo and more at E3

During the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, taking place this week in Los Angeles, gamers and developers from around the world converge.
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Tony Hawk Ride

Activision's latest game in the long-running skateboarding series is "Tony Hawk: Ride," which was demonstrated on the E3 floor by the legendary skateboarder himself (right).

Gone is the standard handheld controller. The game is controlled with a realistic wheel-less skateboard simulator with light, motion, and touch sensors.

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Charles Martinet

For more than 20 years, Charles Martinet has been the voice of Nintendo's Mario. Martinet got the job doing the voice of the classic game character when he crashed an audition to speak as a "plumber from Brooklyn." He also voices Luigi and Wario.
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Prototype

The new action-bio-horror game Prototype from Activision will be released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
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PS3

Gamers at the Sony booth try out Zipper Interactive's upcoming PS3 game MAG, which can support 256 simultaneous players including remote players.
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Wii Fit

At the Nintendo booth at E3, people try out their athletic skills.
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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2009

Trying out the Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2009 at the Nintendo booth during E3.
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Sony booth games

The Sony booth was packed Tuesday as fans crowded in to try out Sony's latest.
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Sony

Playing the newest PlayStation games in the Sony booth at E3.
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Activision

E3 attendees play the latest titles from Activision.
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Nintendo

Nintendo's booth took center stage on the E3 floor, with new gaming concepts for the Wii and classic characters like Mario and Luigi.
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Sony

This is Sony's multilevel booth inside the convention center.
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DJs

The Activision booth was loud and flashy, as DJs took the stage to spin tunes and introduce the newest in the Hero game, DJ Hero.
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DJ Hero

With Activision's newest DJ Hero, you can step into the club and mix up the beats.
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Booth Babes

Nurses sometimes do more harm than good at E3.
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