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For the first time in its 20-year history, E3 is open to the public

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A player tries out the demo of "For Honor" at E3 in Los Angeles this week.
Redmond Carolipio

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Gamers and game-makers from all over the country — and across the world — are here in Los Angeles this week for the Electronic Entertainment Expo.

It's an annual event that's been going on since 1995. 

Industry insiders get a peek at the latest video games and the hardware that powers them.

But this year, E3, as it's known, is doing things differently: For the first time, the event will be open to the public.

Redmond Carolipio is a digital producer for KPCC and a pretty devoted gamer. He'll be at E3 all week, but he spoke with Take Two's A Martinez before he went to the event.

Video of one of the hottest new games previewed at E3, "Marvel's Spider-Man" for Playstation 4:

Marvel's Spider-Man