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June 11, 2013 at 6:59 PM

E3 photos: Battlefield 4, Fight Sticks, Disney ride and more

LOS ANGELES _ Here are a few images from E3 today, including this view of the “commander mode” in EA’s “Battlefield 4.”

You can use an iOS or Android tablet lead a game – or use an Oz-like wall of monitors:

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Fight Sticks aplenty at “Killer Instinct” station in Microsoft’s booth:

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Wardrobe malfunction:

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Getting pictures of Sony’s PlayStation 4:

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Unable to move in Microsoft’s booth:

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Facing off in the hallway:

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Nintendo game designer Shigeru Miyamoto explains, via translator Bill Trinen, how the company tried to develop new features for its big franchises:

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Disney brought a nice ride to the show:

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