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  • Watch Microsoft’s Xbox One E3 2014 Press Conference Here

    Watch Microsoft’s Xbox One E3 2014 Press Conference Here

    It’s safe to say that Microsoft is once again the underdog in the gaming world. The PS4 is handily outselling the Xbox One and Microsoft just retreated on its stance about the Kinect by releasing an Xbox One version minus the motion controller. A lot is riding on this year’s E3 press conference. Tune in on Monday, June 9 at 9:30 am PDT to watch Microsoft’s E3 press conference. Read More

  • Watch Sony’s PlayStation 4 E3 2014 Press Conference Here

    Watch Sony’s PlayStation 4 E3 2014 Press Conference Here

    Tune back on Monday, June 9 at 6:00 pm PDT to watch Sony’s E3 press conference. Sony will also broadcast the conference in 40-50 movie theaters across the U.S. and Canada. Last year, Sony’s E3 conference was all about the PlayStation 4. The console had yet to launch, and many gamers were eagerly waiting for the successor to the PS3. But this year, Sony shouldn’t be announcing… Read More

  • Sony To Broadcast Its E3 Press Conference To Movie Theaters

    Sony To Broadcast Its E3 Press Conference To Movie Theaters

    Sony really wants you to watch its June 9th E3 2014 press conference. For the first time ever, Sony’s massive show, which is always amazing, will be available for viewing at 40-50 movies across the US and Canada. It’s free to attend, and space is obviously limited. Read More

  • What Games Are: E3 Was Wild, But AAA Games Are Still A Mess

    What Games Are: E3 Was Wild, But AAA Games Are Still A Mess

    E3 was wild and loud, and Sony seemed to rise while Microsoft fell low. Yet it doesn’t really change anything as regards the long-term future of big budget consoe games. With costs continuing to escalate and the break-even point passing 5,6 or 10 million copies, the next generation will be the last for some. Read More

  • This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: E3, The Death Of Symbian, And WWDC

    This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: E3, The Death Of Symbian, And WWDC

    It was a big week in gadgets, and thus, a big TC Gadgets podcast it shall be. This week, we discuss developments at E3, including Xbox One and PS4 pricing, the death of Nokia’s Symbian OS, and of course, WWDC. Will you buy a PS4 or an Xbox One? Does despair fill you from nose to navel when you remember the good old days of Symbian? Is the new iOS 7 design repelling, attractive, or… Read More

  • You’re Not Wrong, Microsoft, You’re Just An Asshole

    You’re Not Wrong, Microsoft, You’re Just An Asshole

    “We have a product for people who aren’t able to get some form of connectivity,” explained Xbox chief Don Mattrick. “It’s called Xbox 360.” With those snarky words Microsoft lost E3. That much was clear as soon as Sony’s press conference started. And it’s not because the Xbox One is a bad system. If we ignore Microsoft’s terrible marketing… Read More

  • Who Won E3?

    Who Won E3?

    By now we’ve heard most of what the big three have had to say. Nintendo is holding the line with the Wii U, Microsoft has announced an always-on box for $499, and Sony has made nice with gamers by offering a $399 device that allows users to share and sell games. All of the consoles are HD, all of them support multi-player, and the console wars are essentially over. Each console is a… Read More

  • Twitch Integrates With Xbox One For Live Broadcasting And Viewing Of Video Game Streams

    Twitch Integrates With Xbox One For Live Broadcasting And Viewing Of Video Game Streams

    Today at its E3 press conference, Microsoft announced that it has integrated with Twitch to allow live streaming and viewing from its upcoming Xbox One game console. The integration will allow Xbox Gold Live customers to instantly broadcast their game streams to their own Twitch channels, as well as view the streams as others. Read More

  • Microsoft Announces Updated Xbox 360 And Vows To Maintain Gamer Support Through The Xbox One Launch

    Microsoft Announces Updated Xbox 360 And Vows To Maintain Gamer Support Through The Xbox One Launch

    Microsoft announced their Xbox 360 in 2005 and has maintained the console for most of a decade. Today the company announced an updated version of the console that mirrors the look and feel of the upcoming, next-generation Xbox One. The new console is “small, sleek, and quiet” and eschews some of the curved surfaces of the original model. Read More

  • Thanks To Twitch, Watch Microsoft’s 2013 E3 Press Conference Right Here

    Thanks To Twitch, Watch Microsoft’s 2013 E3 Press Conference Right Here

    Forget WWDC. E3 is where it’s at. Except we’re not there in person this year. But of course all the action is streamed live on the interwebs, and Twitch is all over it. As expected, Twitch, the gaming community startup, is going big at E3 this year. Throughout the show the company will be streaming all sorts of content from their E3 booth. The full schedule is here. Read More

  • Live From Nintendo’s 2012 E3 Keynote

    Live From Nintendo’s 2012 E3 Keynote

    The geeks have gathered, the music is loud, and paired with the graphics on the big screens, this place is basically a stoner’s wet dream. The doors of the Nokia Theater have opened, and as more nerds filter in, we’ve set up shop to bring you the event live. It’s safe to expect Wii U news, plenty of video game trailers, and maybe, just maybe, a hint of renewed strength in… Read More

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