エディション:
日本
写真 | 2019年 06月 13日 02:50 JST

E3 gaming expo

Attendees test out new games during the opening day of E3, the annual video games expo revealing the latest in gaming software and hardware in Los Angeles, California, June 11, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees test out new games during the opening day of E3, the annual video games expo revealing the latest inmore

Attendees test out new games during the opening day of E3, the annual video games expo revealing the latest in gaming software and hardware in Los Angeles, California, June 11, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
1 / 16
Attendees wait in line at the Cyberpunk 2077 booth during the opening day of E3, in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees wait in line at the Cyberpunk 2077 booth during the opening day of E3, in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTmore

Attendees wait in line at the Cyberpunk 2077 booth during the opening day of E3, in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
2 / 16
Attendees pose at a large sculpture display as they attend the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees pose at a large sculpture display as they attend the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTmore

Attendees pose at a large sculpture display as they attend the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
3 / 16
A large display for the game "FORTNITE" is shown during opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A large display for the game "FORTNITE" is shown during opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mikmore

A large display for the game "FORTNITE" is shown during opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
4 / 16
Workers prepare gaming computers for attendees in front of a Borderlands 3 mural during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Workers prepare gaming computers for attendees in front of a Borderlands 3 mural during the opening day of E3 more

Workers prepare gaming computers for attendees in front of a Borderlands 3 mural during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
5 / 16
Attendees walk past a Twitch logo painted on stairs during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, California, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees walk past a Twitch logo painted on stairs during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, California, Jmore

Attendees walk past a Twitch logo painted on stairs during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, California, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
6 / 16
Attendees try out new gaming hardware called Pixxelcube as it makes its world debut during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees try out new gaming hardware called Pixxelcube as it makes its world debut during the opening day of more

Attendees try out new gaming hardware called Pixxelcube as it makes its world debut during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
7 / 16
A larger than life statue from Borderlands 3 greets attendees during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A larger than life statue from Borderlands 3 greets attendees during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, Junmore

A larger than life statue from Borderlands 3 greets attendees during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
8 / 16
Attendees walk past a sign for Xbox Game Pass during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees walk past a sign for Xbox Game Pass during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mimore

Attendees walk past a sign for Xbox Game Pass during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
9 / 16
Attendees test out new games during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees test out new games during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees test out new games during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
10 / 16
Miniature working arcade games are shown on display during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Miniature working arcade games are shown on display during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTmore

Miniature working arcade games are shown on display during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
11 / 16
An attendee tests out a new game on the Nintendo Switch during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee tests out a new game on the Nintendo Switch during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. more

An attendee tests out a new game on the Nintendo Switch during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
12 / 16
Attendees test out Pokemon Shield from Nintendo during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees test out Pokemon Shield from Nintendo during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/more

Attendees test out Pokemon Shield from Nintendo during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
13 / 16
Attendees pose at a large sculpture as they attend the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees pose at a large sculpture as they attend the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mikemore

Attendees pose at a large sculpture as they attend the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
14 / 16
A large display for the gaming company "Bethesda" is shown during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. Bethesda announced new games "Ghostwire: Tokyo" and "Deathloop" as well as updates "Doom", Elder Scrolls, Fallout and more.   REUTERS/Mike Blake

A large display for the gaming company "Bethesda" is shown during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 1more

A large display for the gaming company "Bethesda" is shown during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. Bethesda announced new games "Ghostwire: Tokyo" and "Deathloop" as well as updates "Doom", Elder Scrolls, Fallout and more. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
15 / 16
A display for Facebook Gaming is shown during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A display for Facebook Gaming is shown during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blakmore

A display for Facebook Gaming is shown during the opening day of E3 in Los Angeles, June 11. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
16 / 16

次のスライドショー

Best of Tony Awards

Highlights from Broadway's biggest night.

2019年 06月 10日

Inside Disney's new Star Wars theme park

Chewbacca climbed into the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon and fireworks flew overhead as Walt Disney Co dedicated the new "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" section...

2019年 05月 30日

Best of Cannes

Highlights from the 72nd Cannes Film Festival on the French Riviera.

2019年 05月 28日

amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS gala

Inside the amfAR gala, the biggest, starriest party at the Cannes Film Festival, where top celebrities help persuade the super-rich to part with their cash to...

2019年 05月 25日

その他のスライドショー

Women's World Cup: England 3 - Cameroon 0

Women's World Cup: England 3 - Cameroon 0

England marched into the quarter-finals after a 3-0 victory over Cameroon in a dramatic match that was overshadowed by the African side's anger towards the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) over several decisions.

Women's World Cup: France 2 - Brazil 1

Women's World Cup: France 2 - Brazil 1

France captain Amandine Henry came to the rescue as the hosts scraped into the quarter-finals with a 2-1 win against Brazil after extra time.

Women's World Cup: Norway 1 (4) - Australia 1 (1)

Women's World Cup: Norway 1 (4) - Australia 1 (1)

Norway beat Australia 4-1 on penalties to reach the women's World Cup quarter-finals for the first time since 2007 following a highly-entertaining 1-1 draw after extra time.

Women's World Cup: Germany 3 - Nigeria 0

Women's World Cup: Germany 3 - Nigeria 0

Double champions Germany, inspired by skipper Alexandra Popp, continued their unbeaten run at the women s World Cup by beating Nigeria 3-0 to qualify for the quarter-finals on Saturday.

Summer solstice

Summer solstice

Revellers welcome the longest day of the year, which heralds the start of summer.

Hats and horses at the Royal Ascot

Hats and horses at the Royal Ascot

Royals, races and headwear at the annual racing event that draws around 300,000 people over five days.

Best of the Women's World Cup

Best of the Women's World Cup

Highlights from the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France.

Pride worldwide

Pride worldwide

Celebrating LGBT rights around the world during Pride Month.

Paris Air Show

Paris Air Show

Highlights from the 53rd Paris Air Show at Le Bourget airport.

スライドショーランキング