See Lara Croft And A Hot Minion At The E3 2016

Posted: Jun 17 2016, 8:30am CDT | by , in News | E3

 
See Lara Croft and a Hot Minion at the E3 2016
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The E3 2016 is history. It was one crazy show.

The E3 2016 puzzled with the weird Death Stranding and showed that watching porn in virtual reality is a social experience. We like to add to the crazyness and feature a photo series of Lara Croft and a Minion attending E3 2016.

If you have been at the show floor on Day 1 of E3 2016 you might have ran into the models Tatiana DeKhytar and Caitlin O'Connor. Tatiana is Lara Croft, she is quite convincing. Caitlin O'Connor discovered her funny side as a sexy minion.

See the photos.

Microsoft has unveiled the new Xbox One S and teased the Xbox Scorpio project, enabling 4K gaming. Now that the E3 ended, Microsoft's hardware news take second place. Video game fans talk more about the announced games or engage in conspiracy theories about Hideo Kojima surprise Death Stranding reveal.

I believe Microsoft is better served to make their own events for hardware unveils and just introduce new games at the E3. The next E3 in 2017 will be different.

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