E3 Expo 2008

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    Lola Shiraishi, left, and Derek Enos play the music/rhythm video game 'Rock Band' at the E3 Media and Business Summit Wednesday, July 16, 2008, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

    AP
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    Belinda Cheng, left, Cherry Lu, center, and Marcella Fernandez play Ubisoft's 'Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party' video game at the E3 Media and Business Summit Wednesday, July 16, 2008, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

    AP
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    Gunnar Johansson, left, helps Lindsay Cramer try on a bionic arm, which is being used to market Capcom's 'Bionic Commando' video game at the E3 Media and Business Summit Wednesday, July 16, 2008, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

    AP
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    Sony Computer Entertainment America CEO Jack Tretton, far right, reviews Sony's PlayStation platform game console sales and market performance during Sony's E3 news conference at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Tuesday, July 15, 2008.

    AP
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    Laurent Detoc, president of Ubisoft Noth America, plays Rayman Raving Rabbids video game at a news conference at the E3 Media and Business Summit, Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles. Ubisoft unveiled its new Ener-G series of video games for the North American market created for girls ages 6 to 14, the first games in the Ener-G series feature dancing, gymnastics and horse riding.

    AP
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    Attendees use Nintendo Wii remote controls to play video games at the E3 Media and Business Summit Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles.

    AP
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    Kaz Hirai, Chief Executive Officer of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. watches a trailer for Zipper Interactive's new Massive Action Game, MAG, a 256 interactive player online battle game for the Sony's PlayStation 3 game console, during Sony's PlayStation E3 news conference at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Tuesday, July 15, 2008.

    AP
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    Attendees play and browse video game on the exhibit floor of E3 Media and Business Summit, Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles.

    AP
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    Attendees play video games on the exhibit floor of E3 Media and Business Summit, Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles.

    AP
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    Sony Computer Entertainment America CEO Jack Tretton announces the new Sony PlayStation 3 game console with an 80-gigabyte hard drive for $399 during Sony's PlayStation E3 news conference at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Tuesday, July 15, 2008.

    AP
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    Sony Computer Entertainment America CEO Jack Tretton announces the new Sony PlayStation Network during Sony's PlayStation E3 news conference at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Tuesday, July 15, 2008.

    AP
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    Mike McCartney, lead producer for Electronic Arts' video game 'Skate It,' plays using a Wii balance board at the E3 Media and Business Summit, Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles.

    AP
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    Celeste McWhorter uses a Wii remote controller to play a video game at the E3 Media and Business Summit Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles.

    AP
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    Renelly Morel, right, joined by two other attendees, play 'Rock Band,' a music/rhythm video game, at the E3 Media and Business Summit Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles.

    AP
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    In this photo released by Nintendo, Cammie Dunaway (right), Nintendo of Americas executive vice president of Sales & Marketing, uses the Wii Balance Board while showing off her snowboarding skills to U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist Shaun White, Tuesday, July 15, 2008 in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. 'Shaun White Snowboarding', a new video game for the Wii console was unveiled during the company's media briefing on the opening day of the E3 Media & Business Summit.

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    In this photo released by Nintendo, Legendary Nintendo video game designer Shigeru Miyamoto plays a guitar solo in 'Wii Music' using the Wii Remote during Nintendo's media briefing on the opening day of the E3 Media & Business Summit, Tuesday, July 15, 2008 in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Calif.

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    Snowboarder Shaun White monitors his movements while playing the forthcoming 'Shaun White Snowboarding' game at a news conference at the E3 Media and Business Summit Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles, where Nintendo also unveiled the new MotionPlus accessory for the Wii Remote.

    AP
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    Satoru Iwata, President and CEO of Nintendo Co. Ltd., speaks at a news conference where Nintendo unveiled an enhancement for its Wii Remote controller and new games at the E3 Media and Business Summit Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles.

    AP
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    Shigeru Miyamoto, Senior Managing Director and General Manager, Entertainment Analysis & Development Division Nintendo Co., Ltd., demonstrates Wii Music at a news conference where Nintendo unveiled new games and an enhancement for its Wii Remote controller at the E3 Media and Business Summit Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles.

    AP
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    Cammie Dunaway, right, executive V.P., Sales and Marketing Nintendo of America, Inc., duels Reggie Fils-Aime, president and COO Nintendo of America, Inc., in a game of the forthcoming release 'Wii Sports Resort' at a news conference at the E3 Media and Business Summit on Tuesday, July 15, 2008 in Los Angeles.

    AP
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    Reggie Fils-Aime, President and COO Nintendo of America Inc., speaks during a news conference at the E3 Media and Business Summit Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles, where Nintendo unveiled new games and Wii MotionPlus, an enhancement for its Wii Remote controller.

    AP
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    Microsoft Corp. and Netflix, Inc. today announced an exclusive partnership to enable consumers to instantly stream more than 10,000 movies and TV episodes from Netflix to the TV via Xbox LIVE. Above is a rendering of how movie choices from Netflix will appear on the TV via the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system, also pictured.

    Microsoft/Netflix
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    Microsoft Corp. and Netflix, Inc. today announced a partnership to enable consumers to instantly stream more than 10,000 movies and TV episodes from Netflix to the TV via Xbox LIVE. To mark the occasion, promotional Xbox 360 game consoles with Netflix branding were produced.

    Microsoft/Netflix
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    Matt Roussotte, with THQ, plays 'De Blob' at the E3 Media and Business Summit Wednesday, July 16, 2008, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. With 'De Blob,' designed by a group of college students, THQ Inc. wants to offer a game that 'succeeds in a mix of accessibility and challenge' and attract both a casual and core gamer audience, said Brad Carraway, vice president of global brand management.

    AP
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    An show attendee plays the game 'De Blob' in the showroom of video game publisher THQ Inc. at the E3 Media and Business Summit, Tuesday, July 15, 2008, in Los Angeles. With 'De Blob,' designed by a group of college students, THQ Inc. wants to offer a game that 'succeeds in a mix of accessibility and challenge' and attract both a casual and core gamer audience, said Brad Carraway, vice president of global brand management.

    AP

 

 

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