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The opening banner greets attendees.

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A hungry zombie, caged for your protection.

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Nintendo's Miyamoto introduces the latest Zelda game.

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Gaming's biggest star of the moment: PlayStation "VP" Kevin Butler.

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Yes, this Nintendo 3DS is chained to this demonstrator.

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Miyamoto shows off more Zelda.

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The Zelda control scheme.

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A handy graphic explaining why 3D TV is so expensive.

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A close-up view of the 3DS.

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A list of 3DS software partners.

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Nintendo execs on the run from Mario's nemesis, Bowser.

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The portable Nintendo 3DS demo squadron.

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Sony's faux VP, Kevin Butler, rallies the crowd.

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Capcom's large booth on the show floor.

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Another unfortunate victim of zombification.

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Nintendo's area of the show floor was perpetually packed.

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Sony showed off the PlayStation Move in a two-floor glass-enclosed complex.

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Attendees demoing Wii software.

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One of the classic games making a comeback at E3 2010, Twisted Metal.

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Serious trade show research going on here.

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A booth for upcoming music game Power Gig, made up to look like a music venue.

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E3 takes show floor security very seriously.

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The upcoming RPG Fallout: New Vegas had an over-the-top display.

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More Fallout.

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A life-size Halo Reach display.

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One of the only "booth babes" we saw.

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Just because someone offers you a giant bag, doesn't mean you have to take it.

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This is what convention center food does to you.

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A Cylon cameo for the upcoming Battlestar Galactica MMO.

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We were surprisingly impressed by the under-wraps shooter Rage.

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Trying out Brink, a cooperative shooter from Bethesda.

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The protagonists of the awkwardly named Hunter: The Demon's Forge, a two-player action/adventure game.

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A lost artifact from the future of Las Vegas.

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The armies of Killzone 3 are recruiting.

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Checking out PlayStation Move.

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Breaking E3 tradition, there's no date for next year attached to this goodbye banner.

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