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e3 2015

Seen At E3 2015

by Kyle Hilliard on Jun 16, 2015 at 09:31 PM

It's E3 time again, which means a lot of structures are being erected in honor of the industry's most exciting video games, and we took pictures of them.

We will surely become intimately familiar with these balloons when we get our hands on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain later this year. The blurry man, however? We will never learn his identity.

The booth is structured to look like the Mother Base structure you will soon be building in the game.

Just a collection of cool folks. And the mascots standing in front of them.

We all know it's Codsworth behind the curtain, but they insisted on making the reveal dramatic. Below is a severely edited Vine video that removes all drama from his unveiling.

Nothing says fun like Medieval stocks.

Every year, Natsume inflates a giant cow, and every year I take a picture of it.

For pictures of Nintendo's impressive booth, and the muppets used in the Nintendo Direct, head to page two.

I didn't want to make direct eye contact, so I took a photo from behind a large banner.

Honestly didn't think I would ever see a giant The Last Guardian display at an E3.

Mario stares down at all the unwilling participants forced to endure his Super Mario Maker courses.

Woolly World looks fun!

This is probably the closest an adorable yarn plushie will ever be to Call of Duty.

The Star Fox display is grand and imposing.

A single Arwing hangs from the ceiling, daring those brave enough to stand below to test the strength of the wires holding it in the air.

Nintendo had the puppets featured in the bizarre opening of the Nintendo Direct on display in its booth.

For more pictures, including a Dark Souls III blood fountain, head to page three.

A handful of Battleborn's diverse cast of fighters in statue form.

Sure, why not.

Just a couple of doomed red shirts from the Starship Enterprise.

Hulk probably shouldn't smash because he looks very delicate.

Master Chief and Jameson Locke, who is of course brother to John Locke from the TV show Lost, I assume.

Banners are all the rage this year.

I can't tell if he's sorry or in the middle of shaking the blood off his hands. If you want to see what it looks like in motion, I might be able to help you out below.