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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.
At the entrance to the South Hall, fans could rock out in the lobby before even setting foot inside.
Gamers swing with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2009 at the Electronic Arts booth in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center.
EA also shows off its NCAA Football 10 game.
Electronic Arts booth also features upcoming games like Brutal Legend and Madden 10.
Activision's newest addition to the Tony Hawk Franchise, Tony Hawk: Ride, includes a controller board with motion detection.
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.
Gaming the gamers at the Sony Online Entertainment booth.
Gamespot's live show is front and center, just inside the main door to the West Hall at E3.
Watching trailers for the latest from Square Enix, including updates to the Final Fantasy series.
Microsoft's E3 booth.
Expo-goers play Batman: Arkham Asylum at the Warner Brothers booth.
Gamers try their hand at Overlord 2.
On Wednesday night of the Gamespot hosted a courtyard afterparty where guests mingled with stars of CBS' "NCIS."