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The opening banner greets attendees.
A hungry zombie, caged for your protection.
Nintendo's Miyamoto introduces the latest Zelda game.
Gaming's biggest star of the moment: PlayStation "VP" Kevin Butler.
Yes, this Nintendo 3DS is chained to this demonstrator.
Miyamoto shows off more Zelda.
The Zelda control scheme.
A handy graphic explaining why 3D TV is so expensive.
A close-up view of the 3DS.
A list of 3DS software partners.
Nintendo execs on the run from Mario's nemesis, Bowser.
The portable Nintendo 3DS demo squadron.
Sony's faux VP, Kevin Butler, rallies the crowd.
Capcom's large booth on the show floor.
Another unfortunate victim of zombification.
Nintendo's area of the show floor was perpetually packed.
Sony showed off the PlayStation Move in a two-floor glass-enclosed complex.
Attendees demoing Wii software.
One of the classic games making a comeback at E3 2010, Twisted Metal.
Serious trade show research going on here.
A booth for upcoming music game Power Gig, made up to look like a music venue.
E3 takes show floor security very seriously.
The upcoming RPG Fallout: New Vegas had an over-the-top display.
A life-size Halo Reach display.
One of the only "booth babes" we saw.
Just because someone offers you a giant bag, doesn't mean you have to take it.
This is what convention center food does to you.
A Cylon cameo for the upcoming Battlestar Galactica MMO.
We were surprisingly impressed by the under-wraps shooter Rage.
Trying out Brink, a cooperative shooter from Bethesda.
The protagonists of the awkwardly named Hunter: The Demon's Forge, a two-player action/adventure game.
A lost artifact from the future of Las Vegas.
The armies of Killzone 3 are recruiting.
Checking out PlayStation Move.
Breaking E3 tradition, there's no date for next year attached to this goodbye banner.