Among the classic game consoles available for E3 play was Mattel's Intellivision, shown here serving up "Burger Time."
On display at E3's "interactive game museum" were classic game consoles like the Atari 2600 and original Nintendo system, as well as the Commodore, shown here.
Among the classic handheld games being showcased at this year's E3 were the early "Tomytronic Tron," "Pocket Simon" and mini-arcade versions of "Ms. Pac-Man," "Frogger" and "Donkey Kong."
A classic arcade set up at E3 drew enthusiasts eager for a taste of yesterday's game experience.
E3 drew its share of old-style game fans. Classic games have made a comeback in recent years, particularly because they now require such little horsepower.
Stacks of classic handheld games greeted visitors to an interactive game "museum" at this year's E3 trade show.