- 15 Jul 08, 14:10 GMT
If you want to find some of the best video games during E3 then I would advise driving away from the convention centre north east to the suburb of Glendale.
Hidden away in a work shed is the Vintage Arcade Superstore, a treasure trove of some of the greatest jewels in video game history. Retro-loving gamers can pick up a piece of history for as little as $1,500 (£750).
An original Williams' Defender machine, Ms Pacman, Battezone, Gauntlet, a classic Asteroids cabinet, Star Wars, Pinball Machines and hundreds of other gems fill the room.
There are dusty circuit boards, old cathode ray tube monitors, the empty housings of classic arcade games and row upon row of some of the greatest games ever made.
The store is the property of Gene Lewin, who started the arcade superstore 31 years ago after falling in love with Pinball as a teenager.
"They are imaginative, creative, a lot of fun," he said of arcade machines.
But why arcade machines when you can play games in high definition on a game console for as little as $400 (£200)?
He said: "It's the real arcade experience; the original games, the original cabinets, the original artwork. You can get a piece of your childhood, a piece of history."
Gene and his team both sell and restore arcade games, from the monitors to the boards and cabinets.
And his most prized possession?
"I have the very first Asteroids Deluxe machine, serial number 001.
"It's one of a kind and the first off the assembly line."
So if you want this piece of history you can pick it up for only $2,495 (£1,500).
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