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We all saw the focus Microsoft had on the XBox television experience at their reveal, combined with a patent application we may see TV achievements coming. Plus another patent shows how kinect may be used to monitor users.
While you wait for the official gameplay reveal at E3, Bungie delivers a Jon Favreau directed trailer to tide you over.
Marvel is currently working on the issue and hope to have it fixed soon.
Almost a day after the XBox One Reveal, we are finally starting to get answers to many questions we had far before the Reveal.
Artist Francesco Francavilla is auctioning off artwork to raise money for American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
"The fate of your planet rests in your hands"
Either someone changed their mind, or one hand doesn't know what the other is doing as EA now says they are making Wii U games.
Microsoft revealed an impressive piece of hardward today, but they came up short in a lot of ways as well and we look at them here.
Guillermo del Toro takes viewers behind the scenes to explain "The Drift" - the science behind the two pilot Jaeger system.
Although most game announcements for XBox One will be saved for E3 in a few weeks, Call of Duty did show off their new 'Ghosts' Trailer
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