If you are missing out on being at E3 don’t you worry we got you covered. This week Activision showed up to the E3 Convention and brought some of their closest friends. There were appearances by Josh Duhamel at Skylanders SuperChargers, Rosario Dawson at  Call of Duty, Zach Braff at Destiny and Bella Thorne & Emily Osment at Guitar Hero Live.

Josh Duhamel at Skylanders SuperChargers- Josh is the voice of High Volt in the new Skylanders SuperChargers video game out September 20th. Just in time for Father’s Day, Josh made an appearance at the booth with his son Axl to talk about his first experience voicing a character in a video game, plans for Father’s Day (looking to you Fergie!) and how this video game is a way for him to connect with his son & nephews. Additional celebrities that stopped by the booth included Neil McDonough, Ty Simpkins from Jurassic Park, Scott Porter and more.

Rosario Dawson was at Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 booth. She is a big fan of the Call of Duty series and got hands-on with Black Ops 3, which features playable female characters in both the campaign and multiplayer modes, a first for the series. Although Rosario has not voiced a Call of Duty character yet, she tells us she’d love the opportunity, and her future Daredevil costar Jon Bernthal and her would then share a connection, as Bernthal has previously voiced a character in Call of Duty. Additional celebrities that stopped by to play Call of Duty include Karl-Anthony Towns (anticipated #1 NBA draft pick), Jay Ellis (actor), Joe P. Harris (actor), Kenneth Faried (Denver Nuggets), Ty Lawson (Denver Nuggets) and Michael Bisping (UFC fighter).

Bella Thorne and Emily Osment at Guitar Hero Live – Bella Thorne and Emily Osment are big fans of Guitar Hero Live and came together at E3 to play the game for the very first time. Guitar Hero Live showcased GHTV, the world’s first official playable music video network for hundreds of fans. Rock legends Avenged Sevenfold also joined the masses to check out the highly anticipated game.

Zach Braff was spotted at the Destiny: The Taken King booth. The Taken King is due out September 15. Braff, a new player to the game, comments on how much he enjoys playing the game with friends, and how it has helped connect with his 15 year-old nephew, who is a die-hard fan of the game.

Which games are you most excited for?

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