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Gamers all over the world salivate as the biggest companies in the multi-billion dollar video game industry unveil their latest creations each year at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). There are plenty of expos that roll through the Los Angeles Convention Center, but E3 is different. It’s at once Sundance and the Olympics, where fresh upstarts and established juggernauts show off on a global stage that leaves everyone arguing over who “won." It’s a three-plus day summer camp for the gaming industry with the occasional open bar. And, for better or worse, it’s distinctly LA for these five reasons.
RECOMMENDED: E3 2014 (slide show)