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Microsoft's AI-powered game launching can be used with titles in the Xbox Game Pass catalogue
Machine learning would train AI to notice "outlying" interactions between games and gaming platforms
Cable network orders 10 episodes for series; Mind Games creator Kyle Killen named showrunner
Players will earn in-game currency purely by streaming their gameplay session to platform holder's Twitch rival
Xbox publishers will now receive royalty statements faster and with less process effort from Microsoft
"Better together" say newfound allies in the face on Sony's cross-platform reluctance
Company is "dismayed" by children being separated from parents by ICE; will continue work on Azure for government
Industry analysts on Sony's muted E3 briefing, and why it's too soon to know if Microsoft's studio acquisitions will be proved "smart or dumb"
Industry analysts see Microsoft as well positioned to be the leader in game streaming, in a way that Sony will struggle to emulate
Phil Spencer and Reggie Fils-Aime both want their customers to play with and across other consoles
Casual references toward next-gen consoles and games risks overshadowing the huge releases coming in 2018
Chief marketing officer Mike Nichols explains Microsoft's "forward-leaning pivot" in how it has viewed its game studios this generation, and why it just added five more to the operation
Games-as-a-service drained life out of the show floor, while the major publishers all gestured toward streaming and the next generation
Microsoft's flurry of studio acquisitions lit up E3's opening weekend, Bethesda showed every ace in its hand, and EA promised to do better
"We want to take bigger creative risks, and create genre-defining games without constant threat of annihilation," says creative lead Tameem Antoniades
Phoenix Point and Warhammer: Vermintide 2 will hit the service day-and-date, all games to launch "twice as fast" through machine learning
Microsoft will need more than Forza and Crackdown to emerge from E3 with much credit - expect the return of some major IPs
Delay to fan favourite confirmed, leaving a hole in the Xbox first-party line-up for 2018
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