IN PICTURES: EB Expo 2013 in Sydney, part 3 (42 photos)

Australia's largest video game exbition returned to Sydney's Olympic Park
The EB Games Expo show floor

The EB Games Expo show floor

  • The EB Games Expo show floor
  • Online gaming in progress
  • Online gaming in progress
  • The Gigabyte booth
  • Asus booth
  • Entertainment by Red Bull
  • Red Bull V8 Supercar on display
  • Audio Technica booth
  • Online gaming in progress
  • Geek Bomb presentation
  • Statue of Master Chief
  • Disney booth
  • EA booth
  • Ferrari at EA booth
  • FIFA demonstration
  • The Sims 4 demonstration
  • Assassin's Creed 4 keynote
  • Assassin's Creed 4 keynote
  • Assassin's Creed 4 keynote
  • Retro Dreamcast demonstration
  • Retro Mega Drive and Amstrad demonstration
  • Retro Amiga and Jaguar demonstration
  • Retro Dreamcast demonstration
  • Jaguar console
  • Retro Apple PC demonstration
  • Retro Super Nintendo demonstration
  • Retro Nintendo 64 demonstration
  • Retro Saturn and PC Engine demonstration
  • Retro PlayStation and Nuon demonstration
  • Retro Neo Geo demonstration
  • Retro Gamecube demonstration
  • Retro Nintendo Entertainment System demonstration
  • Minecraft stand
  • Battlefield 4 booth
  • Battlefield 4 booth
  • Battlefield 4 booth
  • Astro booth
  • Konami booth
  • Konami booth
  • Plantronics booth
  • Plantronics booth
  • Activision booth

(Photos taken with Nikon D3200 @ 18-55mm focal length)

EB Games Expo was held once again at Sydney's Olympic Park, bringing video game vendors, publishers and developers together under one roof.

This year marked the debut of the Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One, with playable games for both systems available to attendees on the show floor.

The Nintendo Wii U made a repeat showing following its launch last year, as well as new software for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Highlights from this year's event included Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Call of Duty: Ghosts, and Batman: Arkham Origins.

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Patrick Budmar

Patrick Budmar

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Topics: EB Games Expo, retro gaming, GeForce, radeon
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