Day two of the EB Expo was headlined by massive lines as the event coped with its first sell-out during the Saturday Day session.
It was considerably easier to move around during both sessions yesterday, but the layout held up well against maximum capacity, and was aided by cooler temperatures.
However, the sell-out crowd ensured the "line ride" was back in full force, as queues for the big name games all stretched to over two hour waits during the peak of today's session around midday.
The likes of Assassin's Creed III, Halo 4 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 required a two hour wait, while ZombiU was advertising a generous 1.5 hours.
The Wii U and Nintendo's booth remained the most popular, with a line far exceeding any other and stretching around the entirety of the booth. At 1pm today, with just three hours remaining in the session, anyone committing to the Nintendo booth was unlikely to play anything else.
The Express Gamer lines were considerably shorter, but didn't grant instant access to those with more expensive tickets.
If you're heading to the EB Expo tomorrow, bolt for the game you most want to play first. Otherwise you might be waiting a while.
This is 1/3 of the line. It turns around two more corners of the booth.
By Ben Salter