Watch Microsoft's E3 press conference again

See the video from the Los Angeles event

GamesIndustry International streamed Microsoft's E3 conference right here, and now you can watch it all over again.

Watch to see if Microsoft manages to avoid the tricky topic of used games and always online requirement, and instead dazzles press and gamers alike with a line up of new games for the Xbox One console.

As well as the live stream of the conference, GamesIndustry International will also be bringing you all the news as it breaks, interviews from our team of reporters on-site, developer reactions, opinion and more during E3. And if you like your news in 140 characters or less you can also follow the conference via Twitter.

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Daniel Hughes Studying PhD Literary Modernism, Bangor University3 years ago
Killer Instinct. Sold.
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Paul Jace Merchandiser 3 years ago
They stayed true to their word. This show was all about the games. I iwsh the price was lower but it wasn't totally unexpected. Also, XBL gold members will now be getting two free games a month. This show was just what Microsoft needed.
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Greg Wilcox Creator, Destroy All Fanboys! 3 years ago
Welll... unless you're a 360 owner in an area with low/no broadband, yeah, it was a REALLY fine kick in the ass into next-gen.
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Brian Smith Artist 3 years ago
I thought the games looked great in the briefing... It wasn't until later though I thought, where was the kinect. It rings alarm bells a bit that the most it got mentioned was the odd voice command comment. kinect needed to change minds as a core hardware component and it was totally left out. If it's that much better than the original kinect it should have been out there justifying the whole units premium pricepoint.
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