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Sony wants E3 to focus on the “pure story” of games, and save hardware announcements for a better time. Since everybody knows Sony is producing the high-resolution, VR-friendly PlayStation Neo, it raises a natural question – why not reveal it at E3? Especially considering Microsoft made waves with announcements for the Xbox One S and Project Scorpio on Monday. According to Sony’s ...read more
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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is getting remastered, and these new screenshots show it looking better than ever. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, remembered by many as the best Call of Duty game ever made, is returning on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It’ll only be available as part of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy edition. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will be available on ...read more
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Yesterday’s Xbox One S and Project Scorpio announcements have the potential to be major shake-ups from Microsoft, disrupting our entire meaning of a console generation. For consumers however, there’s a more practical concern: Why purchase a brand-new system after just buying a $500 gaming device? According to Xbox boss Phil Spencer, that’s not a problem. These devices are simply solely ...read more
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Yesterday Microsoft Head of First Party Studios Publishing Shannon Loftis mentioned that whether there would be exclusive games for the newly announced Xbox One Scorpio or not was “up to the game development community.” Apparently, that was not correct, as explained by Games Marketing Head Aaron Greenberg on Twitter.
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While Microsoft stole the show at E3 yesterday, when they took the wraps off the long rumored, but not until then confirmed Xbox One Scorpio, Sony declined to bring their iterative console to the show at all- they did confirm its existence ahead of E3, but they also emphasized that it would not debut at E3 this year, something that they lived up to their word on. Of course, that might have ...read more
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Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon are a few months away from release, however developer GameFreak has unveiled a new trailer at Nintendo Treehouse: Live at E3. Pokemon Sun & Moon is, of course, a Nintendo 3DS exclusive releasing on November 18, 2016. Check out the trailer below
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Microsoft didn’t just announce a new slim Xbox One at its E3 show, the company revealed a new update to its controller design as well. The new controller is the one that ships with the Xbox One S, and though it doesn’t have a name, it has a couple of neat little additions. Microsoft claims the controller has more precise sticks, which also have better better grips at the top. Similarly, ...read more
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Nintendo has released a new trailer for their upcoming adventure title The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The lengthy trailer shows off a decent amount of game-play and we get to see some of the lush green environments and some of the wildlife they’ll be teeming with. There’s also some combat and a variety of weapons, all so rich and colorful. This definitely looks like the most ...read more
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During its E3 2016 show yesterday, Microsoft revealed the slim Xbox One, model S, to the world. The new console is 40 percent smaller than the original Xbox One, and has an internal power supply. Although Microsoft confirmed the console supports 4K media playback and boasts a UHD Blu-ray player, no one expected it to actually play regular Xbox One games better. Head of The Coalition, Rod ...read more
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At the top of Microsoft’s press conference at E3 2016 yesterday, one of the expected announcements was the reveal of the Xbox One S, a smaller, more compact version of Microsoft’s console that will also seem to be eschewing built-in support for the Kinect. In an update from the Xbox Wire, Microsoft confirmed that the Xbox One S will not feature a built-in port for Kinect like the previous ...read more
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