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Photos: Games galore at German show

The game industry hasn't wowed people in Germany--but exhibitors at a major conference opening this week in Leipzig hope to change that.
By Bill Detwiler, Contributor
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Fairgoers use Microsoft's Xbox console

Europe's biggest computer game fair opened Thursday, Aug. 18, 2005, in Leipzig, Germany. At right, fairgoers use Microsoft's Xbox console.

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Players try Xbox fighting simulator game

An Xbox fighting simulator game generates some action.

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Players test-drive "Need for Speed Underground Two"

Players test-drive "Need for Speed Underground Two," a new game from Electronic Arts.

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Fairgoers check out Nintendo's Game Boy Micro

Fairgoers check out Nintendo's Game Boy Micro.

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