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A giant robot with its human driver. We won't buy one until they make a hybrid version.
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This orc-like creature costume was highly animatronic (at least we hope it was a costume).
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Sonic makes an appearance, with an adoring fan.
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This DJ used two control-disc platters to spin tunes from his MacBook via turntable.
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Where there's a little sister...
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Big Daddy can't be far behind.
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Probably top of the list of games we never asked for.
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Are most games marketed towards a young male demographic? We couldn't tell...
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Playing dress-up in some Mafia II gear.
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A costumed pair promoting Shogun: Total War.
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The Kinect-filled Xbox booth.
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Emo dudes enjoy The Sims.
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A quick peek at the back of a new Xbox 360 (we call it the Xbox three-slimmy).
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These guys are playing with an off-screen Kinect (we hope).
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Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski.
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A lightcycle from the new Tron movie.
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Some re-imagined Mickey Mouse depictions from the upcoming Epic Mickey game.
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The single oddest game we saw -- Rock of the Dead.
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In case of a power outage, find these girls!
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Legendary director John Carpenter (center) discusses his work on FEAR 3.
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Giant Lego ninja -- need we say more?
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The luchadores of the upcoming Lucha Libre game.
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Are dancing games the next big trend? We saw at least three of them.
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Pac-Man hasn't done much of note lately, but we appreciate his early work.
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A rare appearance by some PC hardware -- in this case the Alienware M11x, now with Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors.
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Coming soon -- France: The Game.
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An esoteric sculpture. It's meaning and motivation remain unclear.
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A life-size sculpture of the retro protagonist from Splatterhouse -- a 1988 game getting a 2010 reboot.
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We're guess this isn't a display for a Mature-rated game.
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A Tron helmet, under protective glass.
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More from Tron -- this time a custom Wii controller.
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Show security goes to new levels. (Actually, it did -- badges were scanned with an ultraviolet scanner at each entry point to prevent counterfeits.)
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An idea so crazy, it just might work. This Nyko PS3 controller is laid out like an Xbox 360 controller.
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