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Weekend Destructainment: Booth babe trivia


5:00 PM on 06.25.2011



Bitmob's Chloe Dykstra interviewed some booth babes at E3 to test their knowledge on videogames. The results are ... interesting.

Portal 2's theme gets covered, Halo: Reach gets a pinball table, a Contra henchmen gets smart, iJustine is not funny, Minecraft gets FPS'd, Dragon Age goes real life and L.A. Noire gets Awesomed all below. 

Portal 2's "Want You Gone" on electric guitar.



Halo: Reach gets a pinball table.



A Contra henchman resigns.



An analysis of iJustine videos. Spotted on Reddit.



Minecraft as a first-person shoot. Thanks, Zach!



Dragon Age in real life. By the guys who did the Metal Gear Solid crossed over with Modern Warfare 2.



Awesome Noire.






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