Lots of people were playing video games in the Los Angeles Convention Center last week. Here are some of their faces -- not all of which were obscured by virtual reality goggles. Looking good, everyone! So much focus!
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The voice of evil supercomputer GLaDOS, Ellen McLain, and the face of test subject Chell, Alesia Glidewell, appear to get along just fine in real life - unlike their Portal counterparts - in this photo by Heather "makani" Campbell.
Isaiah "Triforce" Johnson, the Power Glove-wearing superfan whose attempts to start the 3DS launch line as early as Tuesday were thwarted by zealous security and suspicious cops, was in fact the first person in North America to be sold a Nintendo 3DS. Here he is receiving it at Best Buy's 3DS launch event in Union Square, New York City, from Reggie Fils-Aime, president of Nintendo of America, and Michael Vitelli, president, Americas, for Best Buy.
I like to imagine this being done in video game prison. Where this guy's serving 10-12 for rage-quitting. As seen on KATYOSHKA.
They take a little longer to eat in real life. And taste better with a good bottle of red. By Mario Siabatto.
Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight play the split-screen mode of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 back in the day. As seen on Tiny Cartridge.
Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono takes no chances as he prepares for a visit to Namco Bandai's Sunnyvale offices to talk the Street Fighter X Tekken crossover fighter, as seen on Capcom Unity.
This is a shot taken from an upcoming documentary about Minecraft, by the same guys who did chiptune doco Reformat the Planet.
This man, JC Rodrigo, works for Nintendo. He's good at explaining the 3DS' surprise features, but he mustn't roam free with Nintendo's next hot thing. Yesterday at a Manhattan event, he had to keep his 3DSes tied to his body.
Waiting for her friend to come home so they can play the game together, Flickr user iwinatcookie gets creative with her collector's edition LittleBigPlanet 2 Sackboy.
LittleBigPlanet 2 hits stores today, and while it does a lot of things, the Xbox 360 is one thing it will not do. As seen on BertieA's Flickr stream.
Snoop Dogg and Zac Efron spent last night at the H.O.M.E. Foundation's STIKS Celebrity Video Game Challenge in Hollywood, where Efron battled fellow actor Michael Strahan in Madden NFL 11 for the I'm Too Young For This! Cancer Foundation.
From his mouth to the screen, as seen in the PlayStation blog interview with thatgamecompany's Jenova Chen about the artistic inspirations for his upcoming PlayStation Network game Journey.