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No TV, just games at E3 Xbox One presentation

When Xbox One comes to E3 on June 10, TVs will still take center stage. But instead of cable programming and Skype calls, those TVs will be there to show video games.

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Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb took to Twitter to confirm what many gamers already hoped was the case about the continued roll-out of Xbox One details.

PS4 games were at the center of Sony's reveal event, but its other entertainment features are still largely unexplored. We'll see how Sony and Microsoft wrangle consumer expectations for their respective consoles very soon.

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