LOS ANGELES — When it comes to video games, it still felt like a man's world at E3.
One look at the crowded halls of the Los Angeles Convention Center this past week, and it was easy to see that most attendees of the Electronic Entertainment Expo were men. Yes, plenty of women were at E3, which wrapped up on Thursday. But some were there as so-called "booth babes" — female models hired to hype products and attract attendees to exhibitors' displays on the show floor.
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