Head of Xbox Phil Spencer discusses Microsoft’s exciting E3 plans

Head of Xbox Phil Spencer discusses Microsoft’s exciting E3 plans

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We’re less than two weeks from E3 2014, but that hasn’t stopped Phil Spencer, head of the Xbox division, from hopping on Twitter to spend some time answering questions and discussing (in understandably vague terms) what we should expect to see in June. As we’ve noted previously, Spencer has been known for his community interaction for years — it’s nice to see the trend continue, even days out from one of the industry’s most important events.

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Playstation News: June’s Playstation Plus Games Revealed

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Sony have revealed the PSN Plus Games for June for Playstation 4, Playstation 3 and the PS Vita. It will also mark the 4th Anniversary of the service, with this statement on the Playstation Blog acknowledging the event:

PlayStation Plus will reach its 4th anniversary. It’s evolved a great deal since its inception, providing our PS Plus members with exclusive discounts, beta access and even select games early, as well as, of course, great games to play through our Instant Game Collection. As our members have grown with us from our introduction on PS3, PS Vita and now PS4, together we’ve built a really strong global community of gamers.

PlayStation Plus has been an essential part of PlayStation 4, providing access to next-gen online multiplayer and a steady stream of great games including ResogunOutlast and Don’t Starve. Since we are always looking to continue the evolution of PS…

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E3 is coming… Do we need it?

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With E3 2014 looming around the corner, the rumor mill has begun its inevitable wind-up. From the Fallout 4 and Half-Life 3 rumors, the supposed death knell of Microsoft’s Kinect, or the massive list of sequels to be pressed within the next year, speculation is reaching critical mass… and the show isn’t even for another couple of weeks. The pageantry and media frenzy regarding E3 has always been relatively large, but as video games begin to market themselves so heavily, does E3 still need to boast the extravagance it is so well known for?

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