When Booth Babes Go Bad

As a girl reporter, I know I’m not supposed to like booth babes, but I actually found them to be part of the sensory overload of music and lights and scenery and action that gives the E3 show floor such a Roman games feel.

Zombie promo girl throttles random passerby.


Impromptu execution on the show floor.


Yeah, she’s having a bad day.

“What’s a booth babe?” my dad asked on the phone the other night.

I told him.

“Oh! You mean a demo dolly!”

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0 Responses to When Booth Babes Go Bad

  1. DarkTouch says:

    I might not be the most PC person, but I’ve never had a problem with Booth babes either. If anything I feel for the female population a little and think they should have male booth babes (Promotional Models?)

  2. Nick McDowell says:

    The number one request our model had was to pretend to eviscerate someone. I think there is a masochist streak that runs through the E3 attendee.

  3. Meg says:

    @Bill The only thing I found a bit annoying was that some of the booths offered a chance to have your photo taken w/ a booth babe and that didn’t interest me at all.

    @Nick Great to finally meet you in person! Yeah, I did see some other model-on-game attacks but couldn’t get a picture quickly enough.

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