Fans lined up for hours at New York Comic Con to demo new, unreleased video games - these were the hottest demos at the show
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But for me, one of the best parts of the event were the video games.
During the weekend thousands of attendees had a chance to play unreleased games at booths across the convention floor and developers were able to showcase their upcoming titles during exclusive panels.
Some games were more popular than others, requiring fans to wait in line for hours, but by the end of the weekend it felt like time well spent. From "Kingdom Hearts III" to "Jump Force," New York Comic Con gave me a bunch of new games to look forward to in the next six months.
Here are some of the Comic Con highlights for video game fans:
The long awaited "Kingdom Hearts III" drew the biggest crowds.
Returning to "Resident Evil 2" was frightening in all the right ways.
"Devil May Cry 5" returns to the stylish roots of the franchise.
Soulcalibur 6 swings back into action.
"Ace Combat 7" will bring the franchise to new heights.
"Jump Force" is an awesome anime mashup.
"My Hero One's Justice" was a fan-favorite at Comic Con.
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