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E3 models get a little less naked

E3 Babes Word on the street is that the people behind E3, the year’s biggest gaming expo, are cracking down on scantily clad models.


Which is too bad, because that’s the main reason we were gonna go.

But seriously, Gamespot has sliced and diced the rumor and concluded that, though models in general won’t be banned from the E3 floor, their attire will be subject to some tighter regulations. Though the expo has apparently had these rules in effect for a long time, they’ve gone unenforced — until this year’s new addition: a $5,000 fine.

So, if you like cute girls holding video games, this is a sad, sad day. Here’s more from Gamespot’s rumor mill:

Like at virtually every other trade expo, E3 exhibitors will use attractive women to help make inroads with mostly male E3 attendees. But are they on notice not to be as risqué as in past years? Given the still-simmering fallout from last year’s “Hot Coffee” Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas sex-mini-game scandal, the answer appears to be “yes.”

• Booth babes banned at E3 2006? [Gamespot]

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