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Sony closed up the end of the big three's (Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony) E3 media briefings at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo hall in downtown Los Angeles.
For very little reason whatsoever, a gull-wing door Mercedes was parked outside.
Jack Tretton, Sony's president and CEO, kicks off the event.
Upcoming PlayStation Move-enabled title Sorcery is demoed on stage.
A Move-enabled version of Tiger Woods 2011 is demoed.
Sony's fictional "Vice President" Kevin Butler from the humorous TV commercials struts onto the stage.
The long-awaited price of the Move was unveiled. On its own it will be $49.99.
Child actor Bobb'e J. Thompson is one of Sony's new spokespeople.
This is the first year that Sony is offering its E3 booth to PlayStation Home users.
Media Molecule's Alex Evans comes on stage to talk about new features in the company's LittleBigPlanet 2 game.
Players come on stage to give LittleBigPlanet 2 a spin.
LittleBigPlanet 2 is played.
Medal of Honor's executive producer, Greg Goodrich, comes on stage to talk about how the PS3 is getting exclusive downloadable content, including beards.
Valve's Gabe Newell comes on stage to announce that Portal 2 will be headed to the PS3 next year.
One of the longest running PlayStation series "Twisted Metal" is getting a new title for PS3 due next year.
Twisted Metal's Sweet Tooth came onto the stage in a candy van, complete with weapons attached to the front and a creepy knife made out of saw blades.
Gameplay footage of the new Twisted Metal was shown off live.