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Zurg in battle

Pixar's 'Toy Story 3' comes out on June 18. Three days earlier, Toy Story 3: The Video Game comes out on Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and DS, PlayStation 3 and Portable. The game features both a story mode--which follows much of the arc of the film--as well as a unique 'toy box' adventure mode. The game was made by Avalanche Studios, which took two-and-a-half years to make the film. The PS3 version will feature arch-villain Zurg as a playable character.
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Toy Story 3: The Video Game

The Toy Story 3: The Video Game box art for the PS3.
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Buzz Lightyear with a blaster gun

In a screen shot from the game, Buzz Lightyear fires a laser with his blaster gun.
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At the daycare

Buzz Lightyear and Lotso-Hugging Bear, a new character in the Toy Story universe, at the daycare center where much of the film--and the video game--takes place.
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Toy box

A screen shot from the 'toy box' mode of Toy Story 3: The Video Game. In this mode, players can create their own adventures, and play from the toys' perspective.
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Woody in the toy box

The Toy Story hero, Woody, as seen in a screen shot from the toy box mode of the video game.
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Mural with Lotso

Inside the Pixar headquarters in Emeryville, California, a mural featuring the main characters of Toy Story 3 adorns a wall.
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Kids give the game a shot

A group of schoolkids try out the new Toy Story 3 video game during a press event at the Pixar headquarters on May 5, 2010.
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Inside Andy's room

A scene inside the bedroom of Andy, the owner of the toys that are the heroes of the 'Toy Story' films and the new video game. In the original two films, Andy was a little boy. In the third film--and the game--Andy is grown up and the toys must discover a new life.
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Woody and Jessie

Woody and Jessie inside Andy's room in a screen shot from Toy Story 3: The Video Game.
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Mission completed

A very colorful screen greets players upon completing a mission in Toy Story 3: The Video Game.
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Toy Story 3 arch

During the Toy Story 3: The Video Game press day at Pixar's headquarters on May 5, 2010, a giant arch greets visitors to the spacious building. It seems probable that the arch, and other large display pieces related to the game, will be taken to Los Angeles next month for E3, the video game industry's giant convention.
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Headed for E3

Another big display piece that may well be seen at E3.
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Cowtapult

One humorous element of the game is the cowtapult, which allows players to launch cows far into the air.
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Luxo

Outside Pixar's headquarters is a giant Luxo lamp, the company's iconic logo.
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Woody and Buzz in Lego

Giant Lego models of Woody and Buzz Lightyear in the lobby of the Pixar headquarters.
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Woody and Buzz mural

A mural of Woody and Buzz hangs on the wall outside the Pixar theater.
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