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Sony's on-site PlayStation booth.
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PlayStation Move and Sony's upcoming EyePet app.
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Nintendo's GDC booth.
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Another view of the Move controller.
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Some of the groundbreaking new games on display at the Game Developers Conference.
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How can you tell it's a video game event? The untouched fruit plate.
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Sony unveils the PlayStation Move.
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Demoing a fighting game for the PlayStation Move.
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Playing a first-person shooter with the Move and its awkwardly named sub-controller.
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An excited young man tries out the PlayStation Move for the first time.
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More Move action.
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A closer look at the Move controller.
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Tech companies such as Intel dominated the expo floor.
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Nintendo demoing new games.
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The Crytek game engine in 3D--not that it really translates well to photography.
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A faux living room setup for music game Power Gig.
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Blizzard was, not surprisingly, popular with attendees.
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It wouldn't be a trade show without DeVry.
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EVE Online is a cult favorite MMO that has managed to survive in the post-Warcraft era.
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Microsoft's game demo station.
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If you've seen a tree in a game, it's likely a product of a program called SpeedTree.
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More PlayStation Move demos.
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The stage at the IGF and Game Developers awards shows.
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