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Booth babe protest: Bikinis, not bullets

Seen at E3: as the convention closed for the day, three booth babes wielding signs saying "Bikinis > Bullets" and "I'm rated E for Everyone". We're not sure what the aim of the protest is, as these ladies seemed happy to smile and have their pictures taken. The question that springs to mind is: ...

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E3 Day One: Booth babe spotting

At E3, we hoped to see some ladies wearing a little more than in previous years. Despite any enforcement of rules, there were still a lot of assets on display on the show floor -- here's some of the best (and worst) from day one. To our right is a classic uncomfortable, gimmicky costume. She (we ass...

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Overheard at E3: Which game is this?

A lot of the casual conversation at E3 revolves around girls, girls and more girls. Overheard at Webzen's display of whirling skirts and crop-tops: Gamer 1: Which game is this? Gamer 2: Dude, I don't even care....

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Overheard at E3: "Here, hold this for me."

Overheard amongst the cluster of gamers who were gathering around these fetching lasses to take photographs: gamerdude: Here, hold my bag for me. dude's buddy: Why? Ok. gamerdude: I need to take a shot of my future wife.   ...

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Webzen: a lot of fuss for one release

One MMO company definitely wants to get noticed at this E3. Webzen's booth is big, almost as large as nearby THQ and Activision, and they're putting on a show for the crowds. With dancing booth babes, a loud emcee and armour-clad models -- as well as plastering all the cafeteria tables with ads -- ...

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Girl gaming clans as next-gen booth babes

The idea of booth babes who are fanatical gamers isn't a new one, but the booth babe cliché tends to overlook the fact that becoming a babe is one way for gamers to get into E3. With a clampdown on the amount of flesh on show at this year's E3, companies are looking for a few other ways to gi...

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PGR3 Fun Time with Japanese 360 Girls

Marketing for morons tip #360: When all else fails, bring out the babes! Sensing that sex sells consoles, Xbox Japan sponsored an apparently successful promotional event subtly christened  "Xbox Live Fun Time" where three popular Gravia (pin-up) girls cooed over the 360 and showed of...

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Save the booth babes

Just as I'm getting psyched for my first trip to E3 on behalf of 360Fanboy and Joystiq, commenter Sinz points me to a buzz-killing story about the crackdown on booth babes at this year's expo—as if covering a few glistening breasts will make Senator Cankles call ...

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Booth babes update: E3's response

Yesterday we brought you news that E3 would be censoring its exhibitors this year, with a prohibition on nudity, partial nudity and even bikini bottoms. Gamecloud has obtained a statement from the director of E3 concerning this policy, and it seems that it's not a new development: In fact, it is the...

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Censorship at E3

Say goodbye to booth babes; this year's E3 is putting restrictions in place to clean up the show floor a little. The exhibitor's handbook apparently includes the following rule: Material, including live models, conduct that is sexually explicit and/or sexually provocative, including but not limited ...

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