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Fans clamored to board EA's replica speederbike at E3, promoting the new game Star Wars: Battlefront. It's available November 17, 2015 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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The upcoming Lego Dimensions game will feature Lego minifig characters from DC Comics, "The Lord of the Rings," "The Lego Movie" and the "Back to the Future" trilogy (with Hill Valley shown here).

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How could these Street Fighter cosplayers miss a perfectly good hadoukening opportunity?

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Hulk took a selfie in the first trailer for the upcoming Lego Avengers game, but it looks like he might've dropped his selfie stick somewhere along the way. Chill out, man!

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The Ubisoft booth showcased a ton of new games from the developer, including a sequel to the South Park RPG, the next Assassin's Creed, and another Rainbow Six game, starring the vocal talents of Angela Bassett.

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For Fallout 4, six years in the making, developer Bethesda focused on adding incredible detail to the world to help make the latest installment more immersive and fun. The game hits in November of this year, but iPhone users can get the companion Fallout Shelter game right now.

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Besides Fallout 4, Bethesda also announced plans to launch a specialized social network connecting game players to compete and discuss its games, as well as share modifications they've made.

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CNET's sister site, GameSpot, had a huge presence on the show floor.

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Microsoft's Xbox (booth shown here) and Sony's PlayStation once again vied for dominance in the console landscape.

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E3 attendees were eager to go full throttle on all the demos at the show.

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The new Ford GT (shown here) is featured prominently in Forza Motorsport 6, an Xbox One exclusive due later this year.

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This guy is clearly very excited about the release of Fable Legends.

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Dancers get busy on the dance floor to promote Persona 4's Vita rhythm title, Dancing All Night.

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While Nintendo skipped an E3 press conference -- again choosing to make some small announcements via an online video stream -- the company's booth at E3 was still busy with fans eager to check out Star Fox Zero, Super Mario Maker and more.

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Ever wanted to create your own Super Mario level? You're in luck. The new Super Mario Maker for the Wii U lets anyone make, play and share custom levels from Nintendo's classic side-scrolling games.

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Destiny, last year's hit team shooter, gets a 2015 expansion pack in the form of The Taken King.

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XCOM 2, the PC exclusive coming in November, got the statue treatment on the show floor.

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Master Chief is getting back in the saddle, with Halo 5: Guardians -- a highly anticipated Xbox One exclusive coming in October.

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The upcoming Halo 5 will feature a new playable protagonist named Jameson Locke -- who doubles also as an antagonist from the perspective of franchise hero Master Chief.

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We're not sure if this was a zombie from one of the games on display, or an overworked journalist seeking retreat at the E3 infirmary.

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CNET's Ashley Esqueda (here, flanked by characters from Media Molecule's upcoming PlayStation Vita exclusive, Tearaway) spent the week soaking up as many game demos as possible. You can hear her thoughts about E3 2015 on CNET's daily talk show, Tomorrow Daily.

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That's a wrap for E3 2015, but you can catch any of the coverage you missed from CNET and GameSpot.

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