This year at E3, I managed to get a photographer for the event, and today I’m gonna share as much as the E3 experience as I can with you guys through the magic of pixels on your screen!

Sorry I interrupt half the photos, many E3 Demos required any photos included the person playing as to prevent people from thinking it was a screenshot of the final product.

If you got any cool pictures from E3, leave them in the comments below!

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Ubisoft had “For Honor” cosplayers walk around the booth all day

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The “Coon and Friends experience” was a surreal one without a doubt

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The Bethesda booth showed off a LOT of cool statues
This statue was 7 feet tall
This was made with real iron and fur

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I felt so special
The demo was buggy as all hell, but oh well, its beta

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2K’s Mafia 3 Booth definitely had the most effort, with a fortune teller and live jazz band

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The Fractured butthole I mean but whole did a great job mocking Marvel’s films

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505 games showed off two of its new IP’s (and payday 2 but who cares)
I got to play the murderer in Dead By Daylight (of course, I chainsawed everyone to death, great fun) and I got a tshirt too!

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Raid WWII is really just a world war skin on top of PayDay 2. Didn’t blow me away at all.
The game showed great potential, but a fully functioning PC version seems a LONG way off. The demo was missing many features default to PC

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Inversus was an ingenious multiplayer game which can only be understood by playing it. Its great fun.

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E3 had few great VR experiences outside the oculus booth this year, but Floor Plan was one of the several exceptions

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Some damn fine business cards
Playing “Move or Die” against RoosterTeeth members Meg Turney and Gavin Free

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Yeah I lost badly
I missed IndieCade last year, but I’m glad I checked it out this year! E3's IndieCade showed a lot of talent from small developers
Waiting at the back of the line for Breath of the Wild (when the attendant at the end noticed I was press she led me to the front. Well alright)

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This was only a third of the line. The wait time was around 4 hours
There were around 80 monitors set up for the 40 minute demo
seconds before the grizzly murder of an innocent boar

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Nintendo had the prettiest booth by far.

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And you cant forget...

JOHN CENA

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Photo courtesy of Gamespot, the photo I took was corrupted (thanks Google Drive)


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