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With Sony and Microsoft seemingly on cruise control, Ubisoft and Nintendo could steal the show simply by rejecting conservatism
Xbox boss Phil Spencer responds to Sony's reasoning for not following Nintendo into cross-platform play
Additional icons aim to make it clear which titles will benefit from new console's 4K capabilities
E3 2017 was about speaking to diverse audiences, says the Xbox chief, but VR is "years away" from being ready for mainstream gamers
"The price point is the most obvious weakness, giving Sony an opportunity to drop its current PS4 Pro to $350 and raise the stakes"
The sheer number of gorgeous-looking games on display shows perhaps that teraflops really do matter
Controller customisation program now available outside of North America
Free games offered to Xbox users as platform holder strives to establish Twitch rival
Console, Windows, mobile and VR players are finally playing the same game, but PlayStation users remain in limbo
First looks at Anthem, Metro: Exodus, and Assassin's Creed: Origins highlight a game-packed conference
With its Scorpio console set to dominate the show, is there any way Microsoft doesn't win E3 2017? Find out June 11 at 2 p.m. PDT / 10 p.m. BST
With 4K TV adoption still low, crafting a message around console hardware that includes most consumers is a tricky balancing act
The hardware comes with 12GB of RAM, and now 9GB will be made available for games
Xbox 360 titles usually in Microsoft's daily ranking of most played games
Microsoft says it's focusing on PC right now, believes that console VR should be wireless
Monthly all-you-can-play subscription service arrives with a catalog of 112 games
Minecraft Code Builder is now available, will add Code-org's Code Studio later this year
Xbox Live users up 13% to 52 million in the third quarter, but other Gaming figures were thin on the ground
Phil Spencer says subscriptions could be a viable way to fund original story-driven and single-player content
More than 1bn hour spent playing these games in 2016, 1,000-plus games still in development
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