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Throughout the dark halls of E3, lines of gamers have formed, seeking out a chance to play just-announced titles from the biggest names in gaming. 

Here, under a UFO, 15 years later, Cryptosporidium 137 is back in a remake of the THQ Nordic classic. Destroy All Humans!

Check out some of the oddest things we've seen on the show floor at E3 2019.

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Waiting in line for Darksiders Genesis alongside a massive statue of Strife.

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Playing a giant, giant arcade game.

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Take a stroll through the Unreal Garden, an augmented reality experience.

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Join the game, you jump and duck to be the last one standing!

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Characters seem to step straight from the screen onto the show floor.

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Create your own wanted posted at Wolfenstein: Youngblood.

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Massive lines to play Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint at E3.

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Step into your own world of Doom with your friends, complete with full sized weapons.

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Luigi stops by the Nintendo booth to check out the dark hall inside Luigi's Mansion 3.

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A 1:1 T-51b Power Armor Statue from Fallout 4 by Chronicle Collectables.

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Playing Fallout 76 Nuclear Winter at E3.

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At the beginning of each Battle Royale match, Fortnite players jump from the Battle Bus and skydive down to the map.

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A massive climbing wall at Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, a crossover sports and party game developed by the Sega Sports R&D Department.

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Gamers wait in line to play dystopian role playing game Cyberpunk 2077.

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LEGO Han Solo in carbon freeze outside the upcoming Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga game.

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Playing Doom Eternal, the soon to be released first-person shooter from id Software and Bethesda. The game is set to be released on November 22, 2019 for Google Stadia, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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Playing Wolfenstein: Youngblood at E3, the coming first-person shooter by MachineGames and Arkane Studios, published by Bethesda set to be released on July 26, 2019.

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Standing guard outside a collapsing London at Watchdogs Legion. 

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There's some alien creatures walking the show floor at E3.

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Big person, regular-sized game, or regular-sized person, tiny game?

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DJ-ing in virtual reality.

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We hope you had fun, we sure did! 

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