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With so many different ones to choose from, it’s a fair question.
The conclusion of E3 was almost as exciting as its beginning for fans of DC video games. Awards were won, Scribblenauts Unmasked's Maxwell continued to steal the show and DC Universe Online made an exciting new announcement. Here's a look at the show's final two days...
Things got off to a great start on Tuesday at E3, with long lines for Batman: Arkham Origins demos and fast and furious Infinite Crisis showdowns involving both professionals and expo attendees. Here’s a snapshot of E3’s first day…