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Mike Thompson, art director at Avalanche Software, gestures (Credit: Bloomberg News)

Mike Thompson, art director at Avalanche Software, gestures in front of a screen as he gives members of the media a demonstration of the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

Disney unveils Infinity video game system

The Disney Infinity video game system was unveiled at a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles as part of the E3 video game conference.

Mike Thompson, art director at Avalanche Software, gestures
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Mike Thompson, art director at Avalanche Software, gestures in front of a screen as he gives members of the media a demonstration of the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

Plastic figurines of characters from Walt Disney Co.
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Plastic figurines of characters from Walt Disney Co. films and "power disc" components stand near a base unit of the Disney Infinity video game system during a demonstration at a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

A plastic figurine of Lightning McQueen, a character
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A plastic figurine of Lightning McQueen, a character from Pixar's "Cars" film, stands on a base unit of the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

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Sully, a character from Pixar's
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Sully, a character from Pixar's "Monsters University" film, right, stands on display next to members of the media as they receive a demonstration of the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

A Microsoft Corp. Xbox 360 console is connected
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A Microsoft Corp. Xbox 360 console is connected to a demonstration of the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

Members of the media receive a demonstration of
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Members of the media receive a demonstration of the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

Kelsey Mann, story supervisor at Pixar, gestures as
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Kelsey Mann, story supervisor at Pixar, gestures as he speaks about the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

A member of the media tries out the
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A member of the media tries out the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angele. (June 9, 2013)

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Members of the media try out the Walt
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Members of the media try out the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles, California. (June 9, 2013)

Plastic figurines of Mike, a character from Pixar's
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Plastic figurines of Mike, a character from Pixar's "Monsters University" film, left, stands with Mr. Incredible, center, and Syndrome, characters from the company's "The Incredibles" film, components of the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system, during a demonstration at a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

A member of the media tries out the
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A member of the media tries out the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system in front of a display of plastic figurines of characters from the company's films during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

Signage for the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video
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Signage for the Walt Disney Co. Infinity video game system stands on display at a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

A plastic figurine of the Lone Ranger, a
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A plastic figurine of the Lone Ranger, a character from Walt Disney Co.'s "The Lone Ranger" film, stands on a base unit of the Disney Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles. (June 9, 2013)

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