The Electronic Entertainment Expo just wrapped up at the L.A. Convention Center.
Just like it happens every year, there were tons of announcements made about what the future of gaming will look like.
The biggest difference, though, is that this year's E3 was open to the public. So that meant one thing: long lines. Lots of them. Some lasting for hours on end.
"In all the shows I've been to -- and I've been to, like, 12 of these -- this was one of the harder ones to get around," KPCC's Redmond Carolipio tells Take Two's A Martinez.
Carolipio says that the long lines were usually due to people wanting to get their hands on the latest releases before the general public. "Like many people, I didn't get to play nearly as much as I've done in the past. At this show I think if you got to play two big things a day, that's amazing progress."
The big titles on the way from SoCal Gamemakers:
Marvel's Spider-Man by Insomniac Games in Burbank
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy by Naughty Dog in Santa Monica
Call of Duty: WWII by Activision
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