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Metal Gear Solid V Coming to Xbox One

Nobody but the biggest Xbox One fanboy would have expected Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain to be the first game to get actual gameplay footage on the Xbox One, and that Hideo Kojima would be there to talk up the system afterwards. It was a huge surprise and a huge screw-you to gamers who had doubted that the Xbox One would be able to pull in the core titles that made the 360 a must-own. The surprise was short-lived, however, as the game itself was absolutely stunning.

 
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Microsoft Releasing New Xbox 360… Today

Love the look of the Xbox One but are bummed out that you'll have to wait until the end of the year until you can get it? Don't worry about it, Microsoft have you covered. From today (or tomorrow/later in the week, presumably, depending on your location), you'll be able to buy a brand new Xbox 360, made in the same design as the Xbox One.

 
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Ryse: Sons of Rome Announced

One of the first exclusives shown at tonights Microsoft E3 Conference was Ryse: Sons of Rome, and although it was very pretty (and although it features some rather nifty SmartGlass support), it was a little underwhelming in the gameplay department. The idea behind it - that you get to feel like a real Roman warriors, a real Roman commander - was sound, and a lot of what was shown supported that, but the combat left a lot to be desired.

 
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Dead Rising 3 for Xbox One announced

The new Dead Rising 3 was revealed at E3 today and with it comes much anticipation. For the first time ever players can now freeroam an open world while fending off hordes of zombies.

 
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Project Spark is LittleBigPlanet, Next-Gen Style

It's impossible not to make the connection. Project Spark is a whole new way to enjoy the create and play genre of games and is everything I'm sure LittleBigPlanet fans wished that that franchise could have been. Built upon by Kinect and Smartglass technologies, Project Spark makes building games easier and more intuitive than ever before, giving players (creators?) the ability to create entire third person RPGs, table top games, pinball, retro titles and more all from a single piece of software. That's pretty impressive.

 
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New Xbox One Exclusive: Quantum Break

A new exclusive title for Xbox One was announced at E3 titled Quantum Break. Created by developers Remedy this action/adventure title looks like it may just be one to watch in terms of new IPs.

 
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Microsoft Making Changes to Xbox Live

Microsoft have announced some major changes coming to Xbox Live, both in the way it works and in the things you'll get for subscribing. Some of these changes have been a long time coming, while others will affect only a small subset of the Xbox Live community. Even so, they're welcome changes and have a lot of potential.

 
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Battlefield 4 screens and info

After an awkwardly long wait on stage the new trailer for EA's Battlefield 4 finally got shown at E3 earlier. EA promises a stable 60fps and timed exclusivity of future DLC for the Xbox One.

 
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New Halo Coming 2014

Master Chief is returning next year, in a new experience currently just called Halo. The CGI trailer - which we'll add to this post when it's made available by Microsoft - showed Master Chief walking through the desert, his visor cracked and his armour beaten down. The desert wind hits against his iconic green suit (covered only by a sack cloak of sorts), until he arrives in front of a giant mech. The crowd understandably went wild.

 
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Titanfall Announced for Xbox One

Respawn Entertainment, a company made up of much of the team that left Infinity Ward after the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, officially unveiled the long-awaited Titanfall this evening and the Microsoft 2013 E3 conference. It was much as any fan of Call of Duty might expect - silky smooth multiplayer action with a few clever ideas to really capture the player, keeping them coming back time and time again. There were also mechs. A lot of mechs.