In pictures: My first E3 by Spandas Lui

I ventured to the US to fulfil my lifelong dream as a gamer.

The Electronics Entertainment Expo, dubbed E3, is the Mecca for all things gaming.

Every year, tens of thousands of people descend upon the US-based expo to preview gaming goods slated to hit the shelves in the next 12 months. These include the some of the hottest, most anticipated video games and ultra cool hardware.

Gamers around the world collectively hold their breath for new announcements from the big three (Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft) along with news from the biggest gaming publishers in the world.

The event is closed to the public but, armed with a journalist pass, I wrestled my way into E3 and crossed one thing off my bucket list (Yes, I have a bucket list at 22 – blame it on the gory deaths that befall me in video games).

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