Video Gaming Goes Hollywood

Crowds file past a futuristic warrior at the 2005 annual E3 convention in Los Angeles

Crowds file past a futuristic warrior at the 2005 annual E3 convention in Los Angeles -- the largest exhibit of cutting-edge video games in the United States. Jacob Appelbaum hide caption

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Day to Day technology contributor Xeni Jardin visits the annual E3 video game convention in Los Angeles, and reports on how movies are having greater and greater influence over the video game industry.

She tours the event with Wil Wheaton, an actor who won some fame among the "geek" crowd for his role in Star Trek: The Next Generation. He's now become a celebrity in the world of video game voice-overs and writes game reviews.

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