E3 2013 Booth Babes Were Hard To Find [Photos]

Posted: Jun 13 2013, 9:16am CDT | by , in News | E3

E3 2013 Booth Babes Were Hard to Find [Photos]
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Our photographer could only find a few Booth Babes at the E3 2013. Last year we published 120 E3 Booth babe photos. This year its just a dozen. What is up with that?

The E3 2013 is over and was dominated by the Xbox One and Sony PS4 announcements. Overall the show was a great stage this year for new game announcements as two new consoles will launch this fall. Our photographer in LA, Glenn Francis attended again E3 in the hunt for beauty like he did in past years.

This year he basically came back empty handed. He had to bring even model Caitlin O'Connor (I4U's Miss Santa 2012) with him to get enough photos for a gallery. Is the predicted end of the booth babe? Just last year we posted a E3 booth babe gallery containing 120 hot photos.

See for yourself in the gallery below what the E3 show floor had to offer this year.

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